'In My Feelings': Harrdy Sandhu Postpones Gurugram Concert Due to rise in Air Pollution
Punjabi singer Harrdy Sandhu has confirmed to reschedule his upcoming show in Gurugram, citing concerns about the increasing levels of pollution. Sandhu expressed that the safety of his fans is his top priority, leading to the decision to postpone the event.
The popular artist was all set to launch his first-ever all-India tour, named 'In My Feelings,' starting from Delhi-NCR on Saturday, November 18.
Known for his hit songs like "Bijlee Bijlee," "Kya Baat Ay," and "Naah," Harrdy Sandhu assured fans that the organizers would soon announce the new date for the Gurugram show. This tour marks his debut across India, and he shared his excitement about the opportunity.
Harrdy Sandhu acknowledged that planning such a significant tour took time, but he views the delay positively, stating, "I strongly believe there’s a timing for everything, and I think this is the right time for it."
Initially, the 'In My Feelings' tour was scheduled to cover seven cities, including Delhi NCR, Indore, Mumbai, Jaipur, Pune, Kolkata, and Bhubaneshwar, as part of the first leg. However, considering the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi has reached 'extremely poor' levels, exceeding 350 according to the Central Pollution Control Board’s National Air Quality Index, Harrdy Sandhu has decided to postpone the Gurugram show and prioritize the well-being of his fans.
- PTC PUNJABI