Kalanjali Pongal Vizha; artistes arrived in Kuwait

IIK
Wednesday, January 13, 2010

The artistes have arrived in Kuwait to perform Kalanjali Kuwait’s Pongal Celebrations program. “Paattukku Paattu” being compeered by World Famous Radio & TV Anchor B. H. Abdul Hameed followed by Musical Nite by “Where is the Party” fame Mukesh (introduced by A R Rahman) and Kalpana. Music by Raj TV “Rajageetham” fame Jeevaraja Shruthi Musical Troupe will be held on 15th January 2010 from 6 pm onwards at American International School, Maidan Hawally. For Entry Passes and further details, you may contact 66457286 iv>

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