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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

An Evening With A Musical Legend @RFAKworld @BluBloodSA 20-21 April 2018 #SouthAfrica

Hi Friends,

Synonymous with bringing world-class Bollywood entertainment to South Africa’s stages, Blu Blood is proud to announce the return of music legend and international award-winning singing sensation, Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, to Durban and Johannesburg on 20 and 21 April 2018.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has been mesmerizing audiences around the globe for over three decades. As one of the most popular Bollywood playback singers, he has released over 50 title tracks for TV serials, over 100 film songs and has released dozens of original chart-topping hits.

Having grown up in a musical family in Pakistan - whose hearts and souls were embedded in musical tradition - Rahat Khan is well-known for his Qawwali music and also performs ghazals and other light music.

Qawwali music is the explosive devotional music of the Sufis of Pakistan and the Indian subcontinent. It originated in the 10th Century as a blend of Persian and Central Asian poetic, philosophical and religious elements with North Indian musical expression.

He was tutored by his uncle and father from the age of three and performed for the first time at the age of nine. He started traveling the world at the age of fifteen and gained recognition globally.
An Evening With A Musical Legend @RFAKworld @BluBloodSA 20-21 April 2018 #SouthAfrica
His music has captured the imaginations of listeners as far as the West, with Khan contributing to the soundtrack of the 1995 Hollywood blockbuster, Dead Man Walking. He also worked on the soundtrack of The Four Feathers, in collaboration with American composer, James Horner. In 2011, his vocals were featured on the soundtrack of Mel Gibson’sApocalypto. He has performed in the likes of New York, Los Angeles, Spain, Canada, Belgium, and Tibet.

Rahat carries a message of love, peace, and spiritualism through his music. Don’t miss Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan at the Durban ICC on 20 April and Centre Court, Emperors Palace, Johannesburg on 21 April 2018.

Tickets from R250, available through Computicket online and retail outlets and Johannesburg tickets are available at Emperors Palace Box Office on 011 928 1297/1213 or visit The show is family friendly. Both shows start at 8PM respectively (doors open at 19h30).

Another Bollywood extravaganza brought to you by Blu Blood ( in association with Star Plus, Portfolio Managing Events, Dabur Miswak, Polar Ice Cream, Commonwealth Businesswomen Africa, Rising Sun and Laudium Sun.

With over 7 million fans on Facebook, millions of views on YouTube and a fast-growing fanbase on Twitter and Instagram, it’s easy to connect with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan online:

Instagram: officialrfakworld
Twitter: @rfakworld
Online music video links:
Some of my favorite Songs in random order - 
1. Main Jahan Rahoon (Namaste London) 
2. Dil to Bachcha hai ji (Ishqiya) 
3. Jag Ghoomaya (Sultan)
4. Teri Meri Prem Kahani (Bodyguard)
5. Bol Na Halke Halke (Jhoom Barabar Jhoom)
6. Teri Ore (Singh is Kinng)
7. Bahara (I hate Luv Storys)
8. Isq Risk (Mere Brother ki Dulhan)
9. Mere Rashke Qamar (Baadshaho)
10. Tere Mast mast do nain (Dabangg)
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