March 26, 2023: Celebrity artist and entrepreneur Ishaan Bhalla attended the Arijit Singh’s concert at Amara Raipur. He had great time at the event and the videos of him grooving to the beats of Chaiyya Chaiyya proves how much he enjoyed the concert.
Ishaan’s everlasting love for art and culture has brough him to Raipur Chhattisgarh. Last night he was seen dancing to Arijit Sings’s melodious voice and the video has gone viral. As usual Ishaan kept his style statement simple and chic black shirt and paired it with classic penny loafers.
Arijit performed for over 4 hrs in front of a crowd of 25000. The massive set-up and flooded public made it one of India’s largest concerts. He sang his all new tracks – ‘Jhoome Jo Pthaan’, ‘Tere Pyaar Mein, ‘Kesariya’ and the famous viral song ‘Pasoori’ by Pakistan singers – Ali Sethi and Shae Gill. The concert took place at Raipur’s all new leading township – Amara, with which it is rumoured that Ishaan has actively been involved. Amara is a state of the art and world class luxury township that will possess an urban oasis consisting of over 1800 trees.
Tranquillity accompanied by luxurious clubhouse within a close-knit community environment will embrace the city of Raipur. The project is a biproduct of SRRM Real Estate, Raipur.
Ishaan Bhalla – Artist, creative entrepreneur, arts & culture ambassador who is popularly known for supporting Indian artist and craftsmen, has much more on his palate. He has been in the news for his larger-than-life creativity. Previously this month Ishaan has been listed as India’s leading 30 under 30 entrepreneurs. In a recent interview he expressed – “My achievement stays in the sense of pride I get. Peoples trust, reliance and the goodwill that I have earned over the years will always stay my biggest achievement, apart from the financial figures that guides me to strive more. I am also very proud of the fact that I come from a very basic background and have been able to influence and tie common man and creativity seamlessly. Art is the last thing a person would buy. Obviously art isn’t a necessity, it’s more of luxury.
But I think that I have been able to break this stereotype and made it into a ‘want’ for people. This also gives me a sense of pride along with satisfaction when somebody says – “we need a Ishaan Bhalla signature piece” Ishaan Bhalla started his career as an artist at the age of 15 while studying at the Jindal School in New Delhi. Ishaan’s love for painting, passion for art and penchant for Indian culture saw him veer towards creative entrepreneurship. Over the years, Ishaan Bhalla has built a reputation for spotting opportunities and converting them into sound ventures for the artists of our nation.
In just 5 years the creative label has been identified for redefining Indian Culture, empowering regional craftsmen, managing national & international art fairs and harmonizing traditional silhouettes seamlessly with contemporary luxury. Having worked with the various state and central government, Ishaan’s clientele reaches the HNIs of India.