After delivering two full-house shows in Australia, one of the most sought after and loved singers from the Indian music industry KK created his magic on stage in Auckland last week.

Giving his third performance in Auckland in the last ten years, KK’s mystical voice enthralled his fans at the Logan Campbell Centre on Saturday, October 19.

Organiser of the show Harpal Singh Lohi of Pal Productions NZ said that the attendance at the show was amazing and was overwhelmed with the response of the audience. 

"The show was a super-duper hit, everyone loved KK and his performance and it was one of the best Bollywood live concert in New Zealand," Mr Pal said. 

Starting the show with his massively loved ‘Tu Aashiqui Hai’ from the film Jhankaar Beats, KK made a grand entrance to the stage sending his fans into a frenzy.

KK known for the intensity in his voice and depth in emotions that is generated through his songs- wowed the crowd with his famous numbers such as Pal, Yaaron, Main Hoon Don, Tu Hi Meri Shab, Tu Jo Mila etc.

What connected the audience to KK besides his melodic voice and a range of hit songs was his charm and humility, acknowledging the enthusiastic audience and giving a bit of background before performing every song.

 His welcoming gesture while performing to soft and fast hit numbers that encouraged the audience to take an opportunity just to hold his hands while jumping to his tunes in front of the stage and KK obliged his fans with a

Post interval, KK performed his personal favourite ‘Tadap Tadap’ from the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam was something that the audience had been longing for all evening.

He gave a glimpse of the background of ‘Tadap Tadap’ song when he was recording it for the first time while music director Ismail Darbar and director of the film Sanjay Leela Bansali- a small story behind the voice embedded with pain and heart wreck that became the anthem of heart-break for lovers, then till now.

His render of ‘Khuda Jane’ was another stroke of excellence of his voice and stage presence that connected one and all present inside the concert auditorium.

KK concluded his evening with the fast-paced songs like ‘It’s the time to Disco from Kal Ho Na Ho and Koi Kahe Kehta Rahe from Dil Chahta Hai and the likes of such hyped songs from his basket that brought a heavy chunk of audience on the ground floor and on the first to jump of their seats and shake their legs and dance to the tunes.

“I enjoyed every moment of the concert, what a star he is, what voice and connection with the audience. Our group of friends loved every minute of the concert until it ended late in the evening,” a fan at the concert said.