Jazz is an acquired taste of music that does not appeal to everyone. But the people, who do follow it, do so with utmost reverence. The Indian form of Jazz is called 'Chappan Churi' or whatever it is that you want to call an unnamed entity. But similar fundamentals are surely found in the classic Indian music form called Ghazal.
Ghazals are those soulful pieces of art that transcend all conscious efforts of ignoring them. Their sheer depth and provocative power have helped many-a-man to express his innermost feelings with equal elegance. "Tum itna jo muskura rahe ho, kya gham hai jisko chupa rahe ho…" Those immortal lines, those immortal memories…
A Ghazal night, in itself, is a job well done. Add the evergreen melodies of Bollywood to it, and we have a night to cherish. Especially, with accomplished singers like Penaz Masani and Ajay Tiwari doing us the honors. Their captivating voices have already mesmerized audiences throughout the world.
This classy affair is offered at an inexpensive price of Rs. 150 per head, or Rs. 250 per head, dinner inclusive. There will be a free pick up from Yatri Nivas at 1800 and 1900 hours respectively. And they'll even drop you back, even though some of you would not want to return.