Teddy Out-Ready: Beautiful Voices of Bollywood Aishwarya Nigam, Sanchari Bose & Bishakh Jyoti Perform First Time in Canada at Bollywood Monster Mashup

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Beautiful Voices of Bollywood Aishwarya Nigam, Sanchari Bose & Bishakh Jyoti Perform First Time in Canada at Bollywood Monster Mashup

Bollywood MashUp

Three Bollywood stars performing at Bollywood Monster Mashup, the largest South Asian Festival in Canada taking place in Mississauga this July! The Festival presented by TD, with attendance over 40,000 people, this year features international Bollywood sensation Aishwarya Nigam, brought to you by Crown Royal, for his first ever performance in Canada. Aishwarya is the voice of Salman Khan in the hit song “Munni Badnaam Hui” from Bollywood movie Dabangg and the voice of Ranbir Kapoor in the hit song "Lut Gaye Tere Mohalle" from the film Besharam. He takes stage on Saturday July 23rd. Fellow superstars, Bishakh Jyoti and Sanchari Bose take the stage on Friday, July 22nd. Thousands upon thousands are anticipating a dazzling show at Mississauga Celebration Square for the sixth annual Bollywood Monster Mashup festival. This year festival brings more beautiful voices, music,dancing, great food, activities and festive mood for everyone. Hopefully nice weather will allow us to enjoy all the performances.


And now learn about the favorites who will be at 2016 Bollywood Monster Mashup in Mississauga:

Sanchari Bose

With Sanchari's natural affinity for crafting and painting, she did not expect to end up a Bollywood singing star. Her musically-inclined parents encouraged her to pursue her creative passions in other ways, and Sanchari soon learned that she was a naturally gifted singer. Positive energy and enthusiasm are driving forces behind Sanchari’s success in Bollywood; And she appreciates hard work and dedication are just as powerful in skyrocketing her career forward.

Sanchari Bose

Sanchari was a contestant on "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" in 2005 and later Adnan Sami's Bol Baby Bol. Following this, she won "Amul Star Voice of India" in 2007 and won Agnee's Rockstar competition. As the date of her Toronto arrival draws near, she is looking forward to all the love that Canada has to offer - and hopes to get a picture in front of Niagara Falls!

Bishakh Jyoti

As a small child, Bishakh threw himself into music and was encouraged to follow his passion and develop his natural talent. The support from his family gave him the courage to audition for “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa", an Indian music reality TV show, where he won in 2007 and took second place in 2011. To add to his list of accomplishments, Jyoti was nominated for Best Music Director at the New York Film Festival and Florence Festival for the film 'Mrs.Scooter'. He was also nominated for a Mirchi Music award for Best Music Director for his compositions in Babloo Happy Hai.

Bishakh Jyoti

One of his favourite aspects of his career is traveling, and he is thankful that through the Bollywood industry, he’s been able to travel across the world and have incredible experiences in other cultures. The most important advice he’s gotten during his travels is “to sing from the heart,” and audiences lucky enough to catch Bishakh’s July 22nd performance will see that he truly does.

Aishwarya Nigam

Aishwarya is excited to headline Bollywood Monster Mashup for his first ever performance in Canada. “I want to transform, change or impact the lives of people through my music,” he enthuses. Aishwarya enjoys his incredibly close connection with his parents. His mother fostered his growth, sharing her love of hit Bollywood singer Mohammed Rafi with him. “She kept a photo of the legend in her prayer room,” he recalls .”He’s definitely influenced my music the most, and I owe that to my mother.”

Aishwarya Nigam

While his mother was his support beam, his father was his driving force. “He protected and guided me,” he asserts. “Whatever I am today is because of my family. To me, both my parents are the definition of true musicians.” And what is the international star looking forward to the most upon his arrival in Canada? “I heard Canada placed third for the cleanest air on the planet,” he says. ”I just want to come and feel the air, breathe it!” He’s also looking forward to trying the staple Canadian diet, consisting of all the maple syrup and poutine he can find.

In addition to Aishwarya Nigam’s much-anticipated performance is the Bollywood Monster Orchestra:Symphony Nights, featuring original Bollywood arrangements composed by Artistic Director Vikas Kohli. A 55 piece orchestra will perform Bollywood classics with a symphonic twist at the Bollywood Monster Finale on Saturday, July 23rd at Mississauga Celebration Square.

Bollywood Monster Orchestra

Hope to see you at Bollywood Monster Mashup on July 22nd and July 23rd!

26 comments :

  1. I didn't know these festivals existed! Such a great way for south asian people to feel more in touch with their roots and share their culture with the world. I'd love to go

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  2. This is fantastic, I love Bollywood music and this festival is a great way of getting South Asian artists names out there.

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  3. This festival is so great! I would love to go there and enjoy their music.

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  4. Sounds like an awesome festival and one that would expose kids to a lovely culture filled with music! I'm sure the whole family will have fun!

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  5. What a fun time to spend with family!

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  6. what a wonderful festival, I'd love to go. Pity we don't live in Canada or i'd be all over it.

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  7. This looks like such a fun time. I haven't been to a music festival in forever. This is something I would love to do.

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  8. Sounds like a pretty cool event especially for the summer! Kids will have a lot of fun here too especially with all the activities lined up for them. It's also perfect for people who love music.

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  9. Fantastic event indeed. Love their voices too. Amazing!

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  10. That sounds like so much fun. I bet the kids would have loved all those activities. My girls love doing stuff like this. How fun!

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  11. That's going to be quite the celebration since it lasts over two days long. I'll bet it will be highly attended!

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  12. I do not know much about Bollywood, but their voices are awesome! Thank you for introducing them to me!

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  13. This would be a great experience for anyone. Learning about other cultures is something we must teach our kids to love. It would stop the divide and make them understand that being different is not something to shun away from. I'd love to go and take part in this celebration!

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  14. This looks like it would be so much fun. I have only heard about these type of festivals, but would love to experience one if ever given the chance.

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  15. I never knew such festivals existed! I have seen a bunch of Bollywood movies and I think this will be really fun!

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  16. love the sounds that they make oh yes so awesome.

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  17. what a brilliant event filled with awesome talent! I would love to attend this, you make it all sound so magical

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  18. I have heard of Bollywood but I am afraid I don't know much about it. This festival looks like a lot of fun, though.

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  19. Wow sounds like a fun festival. I'm sure a lot of people attending will love it.

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  20. This is a must see event. I am excited to see and hear the orchestra.

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  21. Wow, sounds like one massive big party. Looks like a great family event for all, not just Bollywood lovers!

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  22. This is a fantastic two day event. I bet it will be a ton of fun!

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  23. This looks like a blast. My kids would really enjoy that kid zone.

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  24. How fun! My girls would love this.

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  25. This event will surely bring fun and enjoyment for the kids who will attend.

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  26. Have seen A few Bollywood festivities and they are indeed fun to watch.

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