Last evening, Arijit Singh treated his fans by performing at a concert in Chandigarh. Actor Ranbir Kapoor was among those present for the musical event.
On Saturday, Arijit Singh took the stage by storm at his Chandigarh concert, treating fans to an unexpected delight as he shared it with none other than Ranbir Kapoor. At the venue, a surprise performance unfolded as Arijit performed "Satranga” - the latest track from the upcoming Ranbir starrer Animal. Many concertgoers believed that Ranbir was present at the event to promote his film Animal. While Arijit continues to be in the news, his fans have given him another reason to rejoice.
Fan gifts Arijit Singh a passbook during Chandigarh concert
During the concert, a fan of Arijit Singh gave a gift to the singer. He then paused the performance for a brief time. After observing the gift, Arijit said, ‘Yeh kya hai? Passbook?... Bhai, passbook hai’, and then he returned it to his fan. Arijit then resumed singing his songs.
This incident sparked mixed reactions on the internet. While some social media users liked the way he smiled at the fan, others wondered whether he understood the concept of poverty.
Taking to microblogging site X (formerly known as Twitter), one internet user wrote, “That smile...”
Another social media user wrote, “Poverty is real.”
Another user said, “Loved how kindly Arijit handled the situation.”
“Love Arijit sir’s voice,” wrote another X user.
Fun facts about Arijit Singh
Arijit Singh, an acclaimed Indian playback singer and music composer, boasts an impressive list of achievements, including a National Film Award. His musical repertoire spans various Indian languages, with Hindi and Bengali being prominent among them.
The journey of Singh's musical career commenced in 2005 when he participated in the contemporary reality show 'Fame Gurukul'. However, it was in 2013 that he truly captured widespread recognition with the release of chart-topping tracks like "Tum Hi Ho" and "Chahun Main Ya Naa" from Aashiqui 2.
His prominence extends beyond national borders, as evidenced by his titles as the most-streamed Indian artist in 2020, 2021, and 2022 on Spotify. Remarkably, he holds the third position in global artist followings on Spotify and stands as the most-followed Asian artist on the platform.