Mumbai, Oct 18 (UNI) Shafqat Amanat Ali of KANK fame, female rap artiste 'Hard Kaur', renowned group 'The Raghu Dixit Project', popular Pakistani pop singer Atif Aslam and sexy girl band 'Rouge' will perform at LYCRA-MTV STYLE AWARDS here on October 25.
Shafqat Ali is known for his famous song 'Mitwa', while 'Hard Kaur' has made an anthem out of 'Ek Glassy'.
Shafqat Ali, known as the voice of Shah Rukh Khan, is currently one of the best singers in Pakistan and is slowly making his way into Bollywood. Trained in classical music 'Gharana of Patiala', he has made a name for himself in the world of Pakistani pop music and was the man behind the Pakistani band 'Fuzon'.
This year, the pool of awesome talent will come together for the show from three countries India, Pakistan and the UK.
While the band Raghu Dixit will make music with LYCRA Brand line entitled 'Universe of the Young', 'Uniforms' will be the anthem for Shafqat Ali and designers Abhishek and Nandita. 'Gangs' will be the common thread for 'Hard Kaur' and designer Vikram Phadnis.
Aslam will mesmerise the audience with his performance as the youth designers will unveil their creations as they get personal with 'My Tee'.
Speaking to reporters here today, MTV general manager (India) and vice president (creative&content) Ashish Patil said, ''At LYCRA-MTV STYLE AWARDS, our objective is to create harmony with different forms of artistic interpretations. Every year, we have well known designers showcase their designs to the tunes of popular musicians. This year, all our performers are chartbusters and have straddled nearly every genre of music. So when the designers and the musicians of the year come together you can expect nothing less than magic.'' Commenting on performing at the LYCRA-MTV STYLE AWARDS this year, Shafqat said, ''I'm honoured to be performing at one of the most stylish award ceremonies of the year. To have Abhishek and Nandita showcase their creations for the theme 'Uniforms' to my music adds to the flavour of my song and makes it come alive.'' UNI