Justin Bieber arrived in India yesterday and performed his live show amid crazy fans and tight security. The arrival of the international pop sensation in Mumbai created a lot of buzz and, made huge headlines.
Here are eight things from Justin’s Purpose World Tour that are breaking the internet.
The 23-year-old popular singer seemed “low on energy” on his live show. He also lip-synced to many of his songs, which was quite a turn off for his fans.
The B-town actress took to her Twitter handle and said Justin Bieber’s concert was a mere “waste of time”.
Even after Sonali’s negative review of the concert, the organiser Andre Timmins of Wizcraft thanked her for her kind words. He replied to Sonali’s tweet saying, “@iamsonalibendre thank you so much for your kind words WizcraftIndia.”
The glam quotient in the concert was increased by Neelam Kaur Gill, a British supermodel of Indian origin. She joined the pop sensation on stage and, was a delight on the show, according to reports.
Have a look at her pictures that are just too hot to handle.
The singer waved Indian National flag on-stage as a thank you to an amazing audience. He also promised to return and said that he's overwhelmed by the response of his fans.
The hot and happening couple reached the venue at 8:30 pm. The moment Bipasha and Karan reached the gate, they were mobbed. So, the celeb duo left the concert within five minutes of their arrival.
However, Bipasha posted a picture of their date night on Instagram.
The singer surprised his fans by singing the song that made him a popular face. Yes! the 23-year old popstar took his fans back to his 12-year old self, by singing his first massively popular single Baby.
Celebs such as Sridevi, Boney Kapoor, Shweta Bachchan Nanda, Malaika Arora, Arbaaz Khan, Raveena Tandon and Arjun Rampal were spotted at Justin Bieber's concert with their children.
The media was called to report at 2 pm to collect their accreditation at the DY Patil Stadium, and some three dozen journalists had reached there well before time in view of the huge rush.