Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Bryan Adams was on his 5th India Tour. On Sunday at Leisure Valley Park in New Delhi, Bryan crooned his songs enthusiastically and left his fans over overjoyed. He took his fans to an enthralling journey of music and expressed his ultimate love for India.
New Delhi witnessed something really strong on the day of Bryan’s concert. Even Adam was shocked and surprised by it. Taking to his Instagram official Adam shared a picture where his silhouette in the dusty air can be seen. Along with it he wrote, “New Delhi, India you we’re incredible tonight. In this photo, if you look carefully you can see my shadow silhouetted in the dust and smoke of the venue over the audience. I’ve never seen that before. Magical India. Namaste #bryanadamsultimate”.
Here’s the picture:
Seeing Bryan’s picture many officials like doctors and environment specialist raised their concern. Delhi is hitting the very poor level of pollution which is six times above the safe limit.
A few pictures from Bryan’s tour:
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We traveled from Ahmedabad to Hyderabad today, I only caught 1/100th of the things I wanted to catch on film. India is incredible and they have been very generous. Thanks to Kritie Robertson for her self portrait with the Ultimate sunnies, and to youngster who wrote to me with a drawing – well done 👍🏻 . #monkeys #moped #sacredcow #bryanadamsultimate #treeoflife #mosque #bryanadamsindia
Winters are coming and so the fog that too polluted in the National Capital Region. With this, citizens have begun bracing themselves for the consequences of it that could have on their health. Many mothers are head turns to the doctors in which most of them are cancer specialists.
Experts also suggest that children and pregnant mothers are at more risk. Even asking the school officials to avoid assembly or sports on days with poor air quality.
Jyothi Thyagarajan, development director, Ardee schools said “Children start breathing in poison from the moment they are born and nobody bothers. This has to become an election issue. Everybody has to hit the streets. We have to make it difficult for our leaders because I really don’t know what I am paying taxes for”.
Back to Bryan, while starting the singing he shared his feeling of joy performing in ND and said, “My name is Bryan. It’s been a very long time since I wanted to play here. We have been coming to India since 1994 and every time I was here I used to ask our promoters where is my New Delhi show”.
“We have taken this long but I want to tell you that how incredibly excited we are to finally be here. Thank you for having us,” he added.