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2nd Kumar Sanu Awards held at the Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi

Recently, the second edition of Kumar Sanu awards 2019 was held at the Siri Fort Auditorium New Delhi. Prominent Singer Kumar Sanu started these awards for the welfare of underprivileged children and Mr. R.K. Sarkar organized the event.

The well-known personalities who were awarded for their amazing work are Kumar Sanu, Sukhwinder Singh, Babul Supriyo, Mamta Sharma, Meera Chopra, Rajpal Yadav, Ashok Mastie, Mohd. Salamat, and Zenith Dance Campany. The award night was studded with amazing performances of many famous singers like Sukhwinder, Mamta Sharma, and many others.

The Night started with the performance by zenith dance group on Ganesh Vandana, Singer Kumar Sanu spoke that “I organized these award night for the welfare of underprivileged children, I also request everyone to support these children who are forced to beg on traffic signals in the age of studying”. He also sang his song “Tum Dena Sath Mera”.

Kumar Sanu presented the award to the well-known actor Rajpal Yadav, after which Rapal Yadav shared ” I am very thankful to everyone who invited me here, Being an actor, I am honored to be present at the Singers’ award night.” He also shared his experiences of the initial days in the industry. He also amazed people with his comedy act.

Present at the event, Sukhwinder Singh appreciated the singer Babul Supriyo while he was singing on stage, Sukhwinder appreciated babul for his music skills and requested him to sing a song as he had very deep and good knowledge of music.

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