Here's Why Amitabh Bachchan's "Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein" Played At The Royal Buckingham Palace In London

One of Bollywood's topmost singers Kanika Kapoor performed at the royal house of Britain. She enthralled the royals with her melodious voice and tunes. Here are some pics from the gala...

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Here's Why Amitabh Bachchan's "Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein" Played At The Royal Buckingham Palace In London
Bollywood's singing sensation, Kanika Kapoor was at London for the 10th anniversary celebration of the British Asian Trust. Not many know that the hit singer is an ambassador of that trust and became the only Indian artiste to have performed at Buckingham Palace.

Kanika Kapoor Meets Prince Chrarles

Kanika Kapoor Meets Prince Chrarles

Hosted by Prince Charles, Kanika performed her superhit songs with music curated by the renowned British music producer, Naughty Boy. Enthralling the audience, the music was a live mix of Sufi and popular English songs.

prince charles kanika kapoor together

Prince-Charles Meets Kanika Kapoor

Earlier, Kanika was seen attending the Elephant Family Charity - ‘Travels to my Elephants’, also hosted by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in London.

Kanika was sporting British designer Jenny Peckham for the main event.

kanika kapoor meets prince charles

Kanika Kapoor Poses With Prince Charles

Talking about the same, Kanika said, “It was an amazing performance which we did at Buckingham Palace. It was a fun evening with the fusion of Sufi and popular English tracks. Also, this is the third time I met Prince Charles, which is an honour in itself. As an ambassador of British Asian Trust, I am proud that I represented Indian music globally.”

“We performed songs that are popular in the UK. I started the recital with Lambi Judai and went on to sing my hit number, Jugni. We also performed Naughty Boy's latest song with Beyoncé, Running. The act ended with a track for the Duke and Duchess, Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein,” concluded Kanika.

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