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Tara Sutaria to Host Major Concert in Mumbai: “It’s Going to Be a Big One”

Long before Tara Sutaria graced the silver screen in Karan Johar’s Student of the Year 2, she had already established herself as a talented vocalist. Beginning her training in western classical music at the tender age of seven, Tara had paved her own path in the world of musical theatre and opera. Her versatility as an artist was evident as she lent her voice to films and commercials, showcasing her immense talent.
Recently, a social media post reignited the flame of Tara’s musical past. She shared a mesmerizing throwback video of a captivating operatic performance with The Bombay Chamber Orchestra at the reopening of Liberty Cinema in Mumbai in 2016. The video showcased her rendition of the second verse of “Ave Maria” and received praise from fans and fellow artists alike.Seizing the opportunity on World Music Day, News18 had the chance to speak with Tara, who delved into her enduring passion for live singing and her dream of returning to the stage. Filled with determination, she declared, “I’m absolutely going to do that.” Tara expressed how much she missed music and emphasized that not pursuing it would leave a void in her life.
Music lovers in Mumbai can rejoice, as Tara revealed her plans to organize her own concerts once again. She is collaborating with incredibly talented musicians from across the country to make her first concert in years a truly special experience. The response and feedback she has received so far have been phenomenal, and she assured fans that it is going to be a grand event.In the meantime, Tara Sutaria was last seen in the series Apoorva on Disney+ Hotstar. While she is yet to announce her next project, her determination to return to her musical roots has sparked excitement among fans and music enthusiasts alike. They eagerly await her upcoming concerts and the opportunity to witness her extraordinary talent live on stage once again.

Ziya Khan


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