[Exclusive Pictures] Yo Yo Honey Singh in Udaipur

All is well that ends well!!

The most awaited event of the season for Udaipurites finally held today, i.e. 13th of Dec, 2012, with lots of pomp and show. The live concert of Punjabi Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh by Evershine Event took place in the Pacific University campus.

A rush of people especially the youth came by to attend this concert with great enthusiasm and excitement.

The show began with RJ Ankit’s gup shup session and few performances by the zealot audience and a dance group.

The audience was eagerly waiting for Honey Singh to felicitate the event as soon as possible, march to the stage quickly and start with his rapping. A patient hour of waiting swept off and the bang of Honey Singh coming or not coming began to startle the hoi polloi.

Eventually, came the moment of arrival of the desi munda Yo Yo Honey Singh along with Alfaaz and J-Star who rocked the stage with their songs like Brown Rang, Angrezi Beat, Gabru, Haye Mera Dil and More.. 🙂

The main event started at around 10p.m. in the night wherein Honey Singh sprinkled a storm of songs for the super delighted fans. Everyone enjoyed and danced to the tunes of rapper.

All the arrangements regarding the event were done pretty good. A swarm of police force was engaged for high security of the world fame rapper and also to control the unwanted and notorious audience from being pain in the neck during the event.

Still, after so much of protection, the only part which was unsatisfactory was the behavior of Udaipurites towards the event. The crowd was not being well mannered or civilized and subsequently created nuisance in the concert by destroying the property of the event organizers which made a seriously bad impact on the guests.

Apart from that, the show went a great hit in its opening session creating a sense of hope and expectation in the minds of Udaipurites for the commencement of many more celebrities in Udaipur in future for such concerts.

Lastly, for those who could not make it to the concert due to any reason and for the ones who were part of the concert, here are some of the snapshots by UdaipurBlog.com to glance at. Hope, you enjoy going through them. 🙂


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Honey Singh in Udaipur

Alfaaz performing in udaipur

Honey Singh performing

honey singh rocking the stage

Honey Singh Jumping and Dancing

Mafia Mundeer in Udaipur



Honey Singh Performing on stage

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RJ Ankit Mathur

DJ Dev Udaipur

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Honey Singh Event

Honey Singh in Udaipur

Photos by : Mujtaba R.G. , Yash Sharma



10 thoughts on “[Exclusive Pictures] Yo Yo Honey Singh in Udaipur

  1. Dear Shuchi
    I would like to throw light on some points written in the above article.
    Possibly no show could have been organised in a worse manner than this one. This being a high profile show, was most unprofessionally organised.
    It was committed by the organisers
    1.That VVIP will be seated in exclusive stands with 60 bouncers in the security and what was the scene there? There was highest crown in VVIP section coz they distributed /sold VVIP passes more that they could manage. There were less chairs than tickets.
    2.Security arrangements were pathetic, it was very hopelessly planned or not planned at all. The anchor and other people had to continuously monitor security from stage and make announcements!! What the crap!!
    3. The anchor himself!!Please make sure!! He himself did not know what he was saying. “mere kaka ka beta hai jo main us se phone laga k pooch lu kab aa rahe hain” Is this how anchor replies to the crowd? Pathetic!!
    4. Did you not look at the stage after Honey Singh came? There were atleast 50 people on stage talking, hugging, playing dj and in fact just casually walking on the stage!! This is how concerts/shows are organised? Apart from performers there should have been not a single person.
    5. And who all on stage??I just couldn’t believe my eyes. And what they were doing on stage btw??
    These are just the broad things that were awefully organised. There are 100s of things that were not organised at all. Thank God no mishap happened.
    And as far as crown is concerned what kind of crowd do u expect when u sell more VVIP passes than the chairs? In a honey singh concert, crowd will behave this way only.
    In fact its Udaipur’s crowd that is well mannered else had these things done somewhere else, not even the stage would have survived.
    First crowd waited for 2 hrs, then the pathetic anchor and in such a show he called people from crowd to dance there??Was that a gali ka dandia function? Organisors should be more than thankful to the crown who bought 5000 tickets for bullshit facilities!!
    Correct me if I am wrong somewhere.

  2. I couldn’t have agreed more with Mr. Siddharth. The show was THE worst show I could have ever been to. I have been to international concerts (NOT that I am boasting, just for a comparison sake) and the crowd (way more than what was there yesterday) is managed to effortlessly.

    People generally swarmed into the VVIP section and gave all kinds of trouble to people who genuinely should have been (and were) there.

    I do not understand the concept of chairs for a concert like this. If at all it was a classical concert I get the logic of chairs. At the end of the day people are there to dance and have fun and not sit on chairs and listen to what they call “high volage nos.”. Same with the sections like VVIP, Premium and all.

    The list goes on.

    And yes all kinds of relatively useless stuff before the show was nothing more than sheer time-waste. I understand the show cannot start right at the mentioned time but show organizers (who were being praised so much, totally not deserving) should have seen into it.

    I had hopes celebs would be smitten by the organized way and the behavior (which was THE worst part of the show, with people randomly tearing tents walls and gushing in) but with what i witnessed yesterday, I would rather sit at my home and watch a nice Nolan movie than go over such a unorganized concert.

    To sum it up, it was horrible, because even one month’s time wasn’t enough to plan such a small show.

    I hope for more planned events in the future.

  3. the show was ok, bt passes rates was high too much, nt 4 the general public it was..

    may be nxt tym, no issu will .. thnx

  4. “patient hour of waiting”
    “All the arrangements regarding the event were done pretty good.”
    “the only part which was unsatisfactory was the behavior of Udaipurites towards the event.” !!!!! ????
    “the show went a great hit”
    Think before writing over something already in knowledge of the mass.

    1. i totally agree with you Kalpit and yeah the show was pathetically organised and way more pathetically written was this article.

      For Ever Shine Events this has proven to be a Never Shine Events..

      And It seems that this was a paid article for Never Shine Events. But even though what ever they have paid the writer for it, they could not change the reality…

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