Mumaith sets the stage on fire in the city

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In full flow: Actor Mumaith Khan performing at the ‘Santoor mahajalsa’ in Vijayawada on Sunday. —
In full flow: Actor Mumaith Khan performing at the ‘Santoor mahajalsa’ in Vijayawada on Sunday. —

Wipro holds music and dance extravaganza ‘Santoor Maha Jalsa’

VIJAYAWADA: The Andhra Loyola College ground rocked with pulsating music on Sunday evening, as the music and dance extravaganza called ‘Santoor Maha Jalsa’ organised by the Wipro Consumer Care & Lighting for its dealers and their family members of the coastal region witnessed some electric dance performances and fun-filled programmes.

It was a special evening, as three Telugu actors descended on the venue to entertain the invitees with their gyrations to film numbers. The prime attraction was none other than Mumaith Khan, the ‘item girl’ catapulted to a new kind of stardom after her dance number ‘Ippatikinka Naa Vayasu…’ from Mahesh Babu-starrer ‘Pokiri’.

Along with her, the svelte Kamna Jethmalani and the chubby Navneet Kaur made a perfect trio to set the stage on fire. While Kamna and Navneet entertained the audience with their dance performances to Hindi remixes and some popular fast-beat numbers from hit Telugu films, Mumaith’s very presence on the stage was enough to send the crowd into a hedonic high. Striking a chord with the crowd, she said: “I love you all. I have reached this position because of your (film-goers) affection and patronage. I have no god-fathers. You are my god-fathers.”

The dance performances were interspersed with ramp walks and mimicry show by Siva Reddy, who had the audience in splits with his mimicking of the voices of politicians like Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, N. Chandrababu Naidu, M. Satyanarayana Rao, K. Rosaiah, and, of course, a good number of film personalities.



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