- Bollywood singer Labh Janjua and Punjabi singing sensation Kaur B enthralled students through their famous songs
- Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment in India Mr Vijay Sampla and Chief Parliamentary Secretary Local Bodies, Government of Punjab Mr Som Parkash were also present on the occasion
- Live musical concert had more than 20 fantastic performances by the stars at Campus Stage
Music world gems from Bollywood & Punjabi music industry, Labh Janjua and Kaur B entertained Lovely Professional University students at Campus stage today. During vivid live musical concert more than 20 fantastic performances were presented by the stars at Campus Stage. Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment in India Mr Vijay Sampla and Chief Parliamentary Secretary Local Bodies, Government of Punjab, Mr Som Parkash were also present on the occasion. Lovely Group Chairman Mr Ramesh Mittal, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal, Pro Chancellor Mrs Rashmi Mittal welcomed the elite guests and famous singers at the campus.
Labh Janjua, an Indian bhangra and hip hop singer and song-writer performed on his best numbers, including bhangra song "Mundian to bach ke". He also performed on his many bollywood hits “London Thumakada”, "Soni De Nakhre", "Dance pe Chance", "Jee Karda", “Jai ho” and more. Punjabi singing sensation Kaur B also performed on her hits including Classmate, Mittran de boot, Killer eyes, Just Desi, Maa nun Chitthi, Miss you and other songs. LPU students kept on dancing, singing, yelling, sighing and shrieking on the enchanting performances of the artists.
Minister Mr Vijay Sampla invoked students to always keep on working hard along with participating in cultural programs. He demanded: “Shunning ego, step ahead and be successful in all of your endeavours. To be a master of a situation, we must accept all challenges for further solutions, and not to run from the scenes. Incidents in our lives come as challenges, accept these, face these and solve these out for a sure win.”
Inspiring students, Mr Som Parkash asked them to participate in all type of programs to progress in life. Such participations will enable them to grow in all forms.