Lucky Ali Live in Perth

07:00 PM, Sat, 30th November 2019

Kennedy Baptist College Farrington Rd, Murdoch 6150 WA Australia

Lucky Ali Live in Perth
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Event Details:

When – Saturday, November 30th, 2019
Timings – 7:00 PM Onwards
Where – Kennedy Baptist College, Farrington Rd, Murdoch WA 6150, Australia

DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 PM

Event Terms and Conditions:

  • Please bring a printout of ticket confirmation with you.
  • Kids under 5 Years of age Free (No seat will be allocated)
  • Tickets are non-refundable
  • Food will be available for purchase.
  • Food & Drinks  not allowed inside the venue
  • Free Parking Available on-site and side streets
  • Mobile Phones to be left on silent mode.
  • Entry to the show is reserved as per Promoters’ Discretion.
  • Timings /dates/venue of the show is subject to change as per promoters discretion due to any unforeseen circumstances.

About Lucky Ali:

Ali is the second of the eight children of Bollywood actor, Mehmood Ali. His mother Mahelaka, was part Bengali and part Pashtun, and the sister of 1960s Indian actress Meena Kumari. The Bollywood actress and dancer, Minoo Mumtaz, is his paternal aunt. He attended St. George’s College, Mussoorie, Convent of Jesus and Mary, Hampton Court, Mussoorie, Manekji Cooper (Kindergarten) (Juhu), Bombay Scottish School in Mumbai, and the Bishop Cotton Boys’ School, Bangalore.

Ali made his debut on the Indian music scene with the album Sunoh, which established him as a singer. This album won many of the top awards in Indian music, including the Best Pop Male Vocalist at the 1996 Screen Awards and the Channel V Viewers Choice Award in 1997. It stayed on the MTV Asia Charts in the top three for 60 weeks. The song “O Sanam” from Sunoh launched his career. It was also nominated at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards[2] His next album, Sifar, was noted for its music, lyrics and vocals.

Lucky Ali is known for his distinctive music style and also for his untrained voice. His third album and fourth albums were Aks and Kabhi Aisa Lagta Hai, both of which were reasonably successful. He is also known for contributing the song “Anjaani Raahon Mein” to the album Meri Jaan Hindustan, which commemorated 50 years of Indian independence in the year 1997. The video was directed by Mani Shankar, and features him as a young rural man working in a foreign country, with a longing to go back home, and his joy of actually returning to a place he loved. When asked about the video, he once said “The video of ‘Anjaani Raahon Mein’ was a beautiful story in itself.

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