The audience at Yuva Dasara were entertained with double dhamaka performances by singer Vijay Prakash and Indian Idol Junior winner Anjana Padmanabhan yesterday evening. Vijay Prakash, who is a Mysorean, rocked the stage with a thrilling performance. The songs such as Khali Quarter Bottli Hage Lifu... from the movie Victory made the audience dance to his tune.
Songs such as Hello Hello Hello... from the movie Bachchan, Tundaiklu Savasa... from the movie Drama enthralled the youth present at the venue. Vijay Prakash, throughout his concert praised Mysore and also spoke about his early life in the city.
Vijay also took the elderly people and the youth on a melodious journey back in time with songs like Banigondu Yalle Yellide..., Jeeva Hovagide..., Doni Saagali..., Yelliruve Manava Kaaduva Roopasiye..., Bisiladarenu Maleyadarenu..., Megha Bantu Megha... Later, he also sang his most popular Kavithe Kavithe... from Gaalipata.
Chitra who had accompanied Vijay Prakash, sang Huduga Huduga... from Amruthadhare, Thunturu Alli Neera Haadu... from Amruthavarshini. Another singer Nakul, sang Paravashanaadenu... from Paramathma. He also joined Chitra to sing Bidu Bidu Kaddu Kaddu... from the movie Pallakki.
Vijay who came back after a small break sang few other songs and signed off with ‘Jai Ho,’ a song that fetched him global recognition. Earlier to his performance, the first ever Indian Idol Junior winner, 10-year-old Anjana Padmanabhan enthralled the audience with her melodious voice. Though this was her first major performance after Indian Idol, Anjana looked relaxed and performed like a professional. She entertained the audience with songs such as Ishq Sufiyana... from Dirty Picture, Jiya Jiya Re Jiya... from Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Chance Pe Dance Marle... from Rab Ne Banadi Jodi, Titli from Chennai Express. She also sang a few Kannada songs, Male Nintu Hoda Mele... from Milana and Tanmayalaadenu from the movie Paramathma.
This apart, people were also entertained by a rock show from Stone Age, a rock band from Mysore, Galaxy Dance team from Mysore, Folk performances from T.Narasipur and H.D. Kote teams, Baredi dance by Madhya Pradesh artistes and college teams from Talent Composite PU College, Hunsur, Maharani Women’s Science College and NIE College, Mysore
Today being the fourth day of Yuva Dasara, audience are sure to have much more entertainment as the legendary singer Sukhwinder Singh will be performing for the first time in Mysore.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore