NEW DELHI: Nahan, a picturesque town on an isolated ridge in the Shivalik hills of Himachal Pradesh got its share of limelight on Thursday as its native, Indi-pop singer Mohit Chauhan performed before a large audience at the Qutub festival.
The annual music festival is part of the cultural shows organized to celebrate the capital hosting the Commonwealth Games.
Chauhan sang a variety of numbers from different genres: Indi-pop, folk, Bollywood tracks. He crooned `Dooba dooba’, his superhit track from the private Indi-pop album Boondein. He also sang the Himachali folk song, `Mai ne mariye, Shimla ki raatein’ from his first solo album Fitoor (2009).
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