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Ghazal maestro Pankaj Udhas set for big musical return

Pankaj UdhasPopular ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas is returning to the UK after 10 years and will be performing at a special concert held at De Montfort Hall on Friday, April 4.



Udhas started performing from the age of 11 and has since found fame across the globe with numerous hits. He got his first dose of Bollywood fame with ‘Chitte Aaye Hai’ from the film Naam and produced classics likeChandi Jaisa Rang Hai Tera’, ‘Sharab Cheez Hi Aisi’ and ‘Ek Taraf Uska Ghar’.


The Indian singer performed his very first concert back in 1978 and from then on, has taken his voice overseas and performed at many significant venues, including The Royal Albert Hall in London.  Over the years he has received many awards for his hits and in 2006 was awarded the fourth highest civilian award of Padmashree for his commitment to ghazal singing and contribution to social services.


With a musical career spanning over three decades, Udhas has over 50 albums to his name.  After being absent from the stage for a number of years, he will make a comeback in The Return of the Legend Tour, brought to audiences by Rock On Music and Perfect Harmony Productions.


Udhas’ enthusiasm for his music and harmonious renditions of classic Bollywood hits creates a truly unforgettable experience for audiences. Delighting music lovers across the world, this year’s tour is set to be an incredible experience.


Pankaj Udhas will perform at De Montfort Hall, Leicester on Friday, April 4 and at the Hammersmith Apollo, London on Saturday, April 5. For tickets please visit


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