Anwesha Datta Live in Concert in New Jersey, USA

Anwesha Datta Gupta (born December 15, 1993) is a 16 year old singing prodigy who made her presence felt in the Indian music scene through the reality show Amul STAR Voice of India, Chhote Ustaad.Anwesha was runner up in the finals, where the outcome was solely decided on the number of votes polled. She was the favorite of judges throughout the contest and had the sole distinction of bagging a 'Sarvottam' for all her performances. Anwesha is known for her soulful rendition of a classical based song from the movie Bhool Bhulaiyaa - Mere Dholna.Anwesha is also known for starring in Gajendra Singh's Music ka maha muqqabla, where she was in Amul Shaan Striker's team and won Singer of the Series Award. She has also made her debut in commercial playback singing in a Hindi movie Golmaal Returns. The music of this movie was released recently and Anwesha has sung the song Tha Karke, which is said to be the most expensive song to ever be shot in Bollywood. [Source: ] Shaan says she is a legend in making. Shreya Ghoshal says she is pitch perfect, And music directors from Himesh, Pritam and Shankar Mahadevan find her a national treasure. (watch for video and tickets) She may have the most expensive ticket next year but this Diwali Que Zara Productions and Luxfor Group brings to you ANWESHA, Bollywood's golden girl and rising star of playback singing (remember Tha Karke from Golmaal Returns or her re-rendition of Mere Dholna from Bhool Bhulaiyya to name a few). A perfect Sunday late noon outing at the conveniently located world class auditorium of North Brunswick School. For Dinner with Star Ticket call Abhy 908.271.6364 . All musicians and acclaimed singers (Bandita, Trijoy) are from India. You'll never forget this evening. TICKET LINKS There are 10 "retail" tickets left for VIP Dinner (Dinner with stars); $150 each - hosted by Moghul Caterers. This includes VIP Show tickets and exclusive dinner invitation. Washington Bangla Radio wishes the organizers and Anwesha a fabulous show on 17 October, 4 - 7 p.m. at North Brunswick School.