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DNJAI90797 | 7/8/2018 | Author : After Hrs Correspondent | WC :98

A musical evening featuring young bands like Band Pyasa and Harmonic Beats was organised on
Saturday Masala Chowk. The bands performed
Bollywood, classical and Sufi with fusion breathless songs.
Band Pyasa performed Kun faya, lag Ja gale, kuch to bata zindagi, choti si aasha, nadan parindai ghar aaja, breathless, pyar kai pal and more. While band Harmonic Beats performed Sufi with Fusion songs like mere rashqe kamar, mast nazro se allah bachae, chap tilak, Punjabi mashup, kina sona tenu rab ne banaya, kesariya balam and more. The event was organised by RIFF film Club and Jaipur Development Authority.

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