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Hungama to live stream Khazana ghazal concert

Post-show, it will also provide catch-up content on platforms including Tata Sky Music and Airtel

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MUMBAI: Digital entertainment company Hungama will make the most of its live streaming ability by broadcasting ‘Khazana – A Festival of Ghazals’. The company has been the digital partner of the concert for seven long years.

Users across the globe can tune in to Hungama Music, Hungama Play, Artist Aloud app and the platforms’ respective social media pages to catch the show. Moreover, post-show, it will also provide catch-up content from Khazana on Tata Sky Music, Tata Sky Music+, Airtel DTH, Airtel Linear Channel – Nazrana, Hungama Play, Mi TV and Mi Music.

The festival which will be held on 27 and 28 July will feature live performances from some of the greatest ghazal voices, including Pankaj Udhas, Talat Aziz, Anup Jalota, Rekha Bhardwaj and Sudeep Banerjee.

“Our association with Khazana is a unique blend of creativity and technology. It allows us to leverage the power of digital and take the craft of ghazals to an international audience. We are elated to take the festival live on our platforms and also extremely honoured to lend our support to the two charities,” Hungama Digital Media managing director and CEO Neeraj Roy said.

This year’s concert will also see performances from the most promising talent seen at the contest Khazana Artist Aloud Talent Hunt. The contest which has been executed digitally on Artist Aloud received participation from 75 cities across the country.

“Through Khazana we aim to help people discover the beauty of ghazals and fall in love with the art all over again. We are excited for this year’s festival as we’ll be introducing four fresh voices that we found through the Khazana Artist Aloud Talent Hunt. I am certain that through our association with Hungama, we’ll be able to take ghazal singing to greater heights,” the renowned Ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas commented on the association.

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