The penultimate day of this year’s Yuva Dasara witnessed overwhelming performances by drummer Shivamani and singer Mika Singh who made the audience dance to their tunes at the Maharaja College Grounds here.

Initially, drummer Shivamani, took the audience on a musical journey through his beats. He used a suitcase as a prop through which the beats came out just like any other musical instrument. He created different sounds using a stainless steel container, cymbal, etc. Shivamani also introduced his son Kumaran, his nephew Kuberan and Vertri, his student on the occasion. The trio joined Shivamani in creating a thumping aura.

Later, the Yuva Dasara audience went berserk with the entry of Bollywood singer Mika Singh.

People were treated to some of his best compositions who continuously sang for two hours. Before starting his concert, Mika Singh greeted people in Kannada saying ‘Namaskara Mysore, Heggiddira? Naanu Nimmayellarannu Preethisuthene’ which received thunderous applause from the crowd.

Mika began his concert from the song Kali Billi... from the movie Phata Poster Nikla Hero, Jintata Jita Chita jintata... from Rowdy Rathore, Dil mein Baji Guitar... from Apna Sapna Money Money, Taki Taki... from Himmatwala and his popular Mauja Mauja... from Jab We Met, Dhanno... from Housefull, Pungi... from Agent Vinod, Long Drive Pe Chal... from Khiladi 786, an album song Gori Naal Ishq Mitha... originally sung by Bally Sagoo, Singh is King... from Singh is King, Hookah Bar... from Khiladi 786, Dhinka Chika ...from Ready, Deva Sri Ganesha... from Agneepath and his debut album song ‘Sawan Mein Lag Gayi Aag... Mika also entertained the audience with a few Punjabi hits and also remix of old songs like Roop Tera Mastana... Bin Tere Sanam... Om Shanti Om...

He signed off in the most befitting manner by rendering the National Anthem.

Yesterday’s Yuva Dasara also witnessed Kannada Cine actor Dhruva Sarja’s performance who promoted his latest flick Bahaddur.

Kannada Music composer Arjun Janya will perform today, the last day of the grand Yuva Dasara.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore