Shafqat Amanat Ali Live in Concert

Shafqat Amanat Ali Live in Concert

Eventivity Inc. presents Shafqat Amanat Ali at the Living Arts Centre.

Shafqat Amanat Ali is an international singing star who has performed across the world and is well known in Bollywood for his unique vocals. He entered Bollywood with the chart buster “Mitwa” in Karan Johar’s film Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna and “Tere naina” in My name is Khan. His vocals in the song “Bin Tere” from the movie I Hate Luv Stories fetched him a nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the year 2011. His album “Kyun Dooriyan” was nominated for best album in “Indipop” category in Mirchi Music Award 2011. Shafqat Amanat Ali has also won the Award for the Best Live Act (artist) at The Musik Awards', which honors the biggest and the best of Pakistan’s music industry. Recently he lent his voice for the song “Kyun Mein Jagoon” in Askhay Kumars film Patiala House, “Chayi Hai Tanhai ” in Love Breakups Zindagi and most recently he sang “Dildara Dildara” in Ra.One.

Shafqat Amanat Ali has also won the award for the Best Live Act (artist) at The Musik Awards', which honours the biggest and the best of Pakistan’s music industry.

Recently he lent his voice for the song “Kyun Mein Jagoon” in Askhay Kumar's film Patiala House, “Chayi Hai Tanhai” in Love Breakups Zindagi and “Dildara Dildara” in Ra.One.

When: Friday, January 13, 2012
Where: Living Arts Centre
Time: 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Tickets: $30, $50, $75, & $100

Click HERE to purchase tickets online, or contact Eventivity at 647.272.0887.

Tickets are also available at:

  • Mr India Grocers (Burnhamthorpe and Winston Churchill locations)
  • Asian Point (1010 Dream Crest Rd)
  • Video Station (1098 Peter Robertson Blvd, Brampton) – 905.792.3900

Proceeds from the event will support the two charities mentioned below:

The NGO Salman and
Samina Global Wellness Initiative to support a village in Sindh Pakistan to build 48 shelters and installation of hand pumps for clean drinking water where people have had no shelter since the floods two years ago (the floods affected 18 million people, severely affecting 1.4 million women and 3.9 million children.

The Shartul Foundation, a non-profit organization for children with special needs. The goal at Shartul Foundation is to provide such children and their parents with a much-needed support structure. All the activities at the Foundation are geared towards creating a positive, loving and caring environment where children with special needs are made to feel at home.

Click HERE for more information.

This event is proudly sponsored by MyBindi.com.

Check out this song by Shafqat Amanat Ali from the film, I Hate Luv Stories!