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Ajeeb dastan hai yeh - Nov 13

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Sadhana Sargam will pay her tribute to Lata Mangeshkar on November 13 in a show titled 'Ajeeb dastan hai yeh'.
Sadhana Sargam will pay her tribute to Lata Mangeshkar on November 13 in a show titled 'Ajeeb dastan hai yeh'.

The songs of Lata Mangeshkar are so entrenched in the country’s musical consciousness that they pose a serious challenge to the interpreter. How does one make them fresh and alive again while possessing a different voice? Sadhana Sargam takes up this challenge in a concert with Chetan Ram and singers who were inspired by the legend and also who have performed with her before. They will pay tribute to Lata Mangeshkar by focusing on her most popular songs and the ones that made the most impact on people.

Weaving into the concert like a counterpoint is the noted voice-over artist Harish Bhimani, who has authored In Search of Lata Mangeshkar, a biography of sorts of the singer. He will anchor the show and provide anecdotes about different aspects of Lata Mangeshkar’s career. He will also provide a glimpse into the insurmountable highs she has attained in her singing career.

The concept is a unique one, as this format has never been attempted before. The concert will last around two-and-a-half hours.

Ajeeb dastan hai yeh: Sadhana Sarham, Chetan Ram & Harish Bhimani

November 13, The Music Academy, Chennai, 7.30 p.m.

For Tickets

Tickets are priced at Rs. 600/350/200. Student passes at 50% discount on least denomination. Limited number of reserved seats (seat number allotted) are available at Rs. 750 each. Call 9003016954 to buy reserved tickets.

Season passes are available for Rs. 3500/Rs. 2100.

Online tickets for all shows can be purchased at and Tickets for all shows also available at Landmark (Nungambakkam, Citi Centre and Spencer Plaza), Bose Store (Ispahani Center and Ampa Skywalk Mall), Hirco Office (Gee Gee Universal, Chetpet) and The Hindu Office, Anna Salai. Help Line Nos: 9841416933


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