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Anant Ambani-Radhika Merchant Pre-wedding: Here’s How Much Rihanna, Arijit Singh, Akon, And Others Charged For Private Performances

Rihanna, Diljit, Arijit Charge for Anant-Radhika Pre-wedding
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Radhika Merchant and Anant Ambani’s pre-wedding bash was not just another lavish affair – a three-day musical extravaganza that mesmerized everyone. From Rihanna’s electrifying performance to Lucky Ali’s timeless melodies, here’s a glimpse into the star-studded event that set social media abuzz.

 

Rihanna Lights Up The Stage

 

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Kicking off the festivities was none other than Rihanna, the reigning queen of pop. With hits like “Diamonds” and “Work,” she had everyone on their feet. Reports suggest that her performance came with a jaw-dropping price tag, ranging from $8 to $9 million.

 

Diljit Dosanjh

 

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The Life of the Party: Diljit Dosanjh brought his signature energy to the stage, captivating the audience with his Punjabi tunes. Dosanjh proved why he’s a crowd favorite, from his viral Coachella performance to his impromptu Gujarati lessons. He usually charges around Rs 4 crore for a wedding performance.

 

Akon’s Bollywood Connection

Akon’s performance of “Chammak Challo” alongside Shah Rukh Khan was a nostalgic moment for Bollywood fans. Despite his international fame, Akon’s bond with India shone through, making his appearance at the event truly special. His usual fee for a private performance ranges from $300,000 to $499,000.

 

Lucky Ali’s Timeless Melodies

 

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Lucky Ali’s “O Sanam” performance brought nostalgia to the evening, reminding everyone why his music remains timeless. His mellifluous voice set the perfect tone for the final day of celebrations.

 

Arijit Singh’s Soulful Serenade

 

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No Indian wedding is complete without Arijit Singh’s soul-stirring ballads. His rendition of “Phir Le Aaya Dil” left the audience enchanted, showcasing why he’s one of the most sought-after musicians in the industry. Singh usually charges about Rs 5 crore for private events like weddings. He also performed with Shreyas Ghosal. She charged Rs 25 lakh for one song.

 

Pritam And Udit Narayan

 

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A Musical Duo: Pritam and Udit Narayan’s collaboration on “Main Yahaan Hoon” from Veer Zaara was a treat for fans of ’90s Bollywood music. Their performance, accompanied by SRK and Gauri Khan’s graceful waltz, was a highlight of the event. Pritam roughly charges between Rs 40-50 lakhs, while Udit Narayan charges about Rs 22-30 lakhs for a private gig.

 

B Praak And Other Musical Talents

From B Praak’s soulful tunes to Shibani Dandekar’s energetic performance, the event showcased musical talent, with artists like Shaan, Sukhwinder Singh, and Neeti Mohan gracing the stage. Thus, it was a musical extravaganza like no other. B Praak usually charges about Rs 10-15 lakh per song.

Radhika Merchant and Anant Ambani’s pre-wedding bash was more than just a celebration. Also, it was a testament to the power of music to unite people from all walks of life, with a lineup that included international sensations like Rihanna. Thus, for Bollywood icons like Akon and Arijit Singh and beloved artists such as Lucky Ali and Pritam, the event will be remembered as one of the most extravagant. And unforgettable evenings in recent memory.

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Passionate about the glitz and glamour of Bollywood & Entertainment Industry. With an innate flair for storytelling, I weave words to capture the essence, thus making entertainment a delightful escape through the lens of Savy's pen.

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