At the multi-genre Lollapalooza India music festival on Saturday, “Brown Munde” and “Tere Te” hitmaker AP Dhillon delivered one of his best performances. He made sure that his Lollapalooza performance was a memorable one for all the spectators despite having a sick throat from continuous traveling.
The Punjabi synth-pop sensation, whose voice can be heard on popular Punjabi songs like “Excuses,” “Insane,” and many others, took the stage and ignited it with his wonderful performance. Shinda Kahlon, one of his friends, was with him.
Dhillon paused mid-performance to say, “The constant travel has f*****d our health and throat but be rest assured Mumbai this will be a night to remember.”
The two Punjabi artists began their performance with the hit songs “Tere Te” and “Faraar,” but their most well-known tunes, including “Summer High,” “Excuses,” and the iconic “Brown Munde,” appeared toward the final portion of their set.
Dhillon may have been in a vulnerable position due to his health, but his crowd management masked that. The performer tried everything to make his audience feel special, including dancing, swinging, and entering the fan zone.