Fans of Punjabi synth-pop sensation AP Dhillon were in for a surprise in addition to a terrific show on Saturday in Mumbai as the 'Brown Munde' hitmaker flung an ukelele at the crowd. He did this during his performance at the BudX stage at the ongoing Lollapaloza India fest in Mumbai.
The Gurdaspur-born Indo-Canadian singer, who has delivered hits such as 'Excuses' and 'Summer High', took to the stage with his collaborator and rapper, Shinda Kahlon.
As Dhillon crooned the track 'Tere Te' from his album 'Hidden Gems' while strumming on his ukelele to a packed crowd that was intoxicated by his stupendous stage presence, he slowly ended the song going soft on vocal but contrasting it with the full-charged throw at the crowd.
Quite naturally, the crowd went mad with the gesture. The audience in the front pit almost had a brawl over getting the possession of the prized souvenir.
Lollapalooza India, co-produced and promoted by BookMyShow, is being held at the Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai.
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