People start to gather in numbers for the Navtarang/Sargam Bollywood Dhamaka Show

People start to gather in numbers for the Navtarang/Sargam Bollywood Dhamaka Show

By Karishma Kumari
Saturday 28/10/2023

People have already started to gather in numbers for the Navtarang/Sargam Bollywood Dhamaka Show at Churchill Park tonight.

An ardent fan of Navtarang/Sargam Ranjeeta from Ba says she is so excited for the show after 6 years.

She says she always listens to the Navtarang 5 to 6 segment and hopes to meet the Navtarang personalities, especially Satya Nand, Jai Prasad, Anamika Singh and Angeline Sharma.

Ranjeeta says she came with her husband and family to watch the show.

Radio Sargam/Navtarang Senior Content Director Satya Nand says people in the West are rushing for the tickets and he is urging people to buy their tickets at the earliest.

He says fans normally hear their favourite personalities' voices on their shows however, today they will also get a chance to meet them.

Dance groups like Vou, Dhoom Dhamaka, Yuva, radio personalities, and Charfar will also be performing on stage.

The show starts at 7pm at Churchill Park this evening.

You can get your tickets from Subrail’s Lautoka, Ba and Nadi, Rups in Natabua, Shankar and Sons in Saweni and at the gate.

Tickets are $8 for adults and free for children under the age of 12.

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