He can sing the same song in 84 different ways. Well, yes, so can you and us. The difference is, he trained for it. Okay, there's no way to make this sound right.
The Times Hyderabad Festival is back this year with 9 days of music and art. The festival will see some renowned musicians, dancers and singers, like Ustad Amjad Ali Khan on the inaugural day, Sonu Nigam on 1st April, and Vani Ganapathy, Ghulam Ali Khan and Ehsan Bharti Ghungroo Wale on 6th April. There are also a fashion show by Vinita Pittie and Neeta Lulla on 7th April, and renowned plays Dance Like A Man by Mahesh Dattani on 7th April and The Vagina Monologues by Mahabanoo Mody Kotwal on 8th April. In addition, there will be carnivals at Eat Street on 31st April and at Hyderabad Central on 7th & 8th April, and cooking classes at Taj Krishna, Novotel, ITC Kakatiya, Mainland China, Taj Banjara and Touch from 2nd to 6th April.
Today, the 7th day of the fest, Ehsaan Bharati Ghungroowale will perform a Muqabla-E-Qawwali, at the Chowmohalla Palace. Ehsaan Bharati is an audiences' man with his filmi qawwalis. He can make his crowds dance to his numbers. But the uniqueness of this qawwal is he can adjust and re-adjust his vocal chords to produce the sound of ghungroo and pajeb in as many as 84 different styles.
Due to this wonderful art, he has won many hearts in India and other countries. He has travelled to many places in the country and abroad. In addition to the filmi qawwalis, he also performs muqabla qawwalis and sufiana qawwalis.
The entry to the concert is by invitations, available at The Times Of India office, Planet M and Walden outlets. For further details, please contact 2335-5335.