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Watch: Alia Bhatt Sings Udta Punjab Song Ikk Kudi At The Hope Gala In London

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Watch: Alia Bhatt sings Udta Punjab song Ikk Kudi at the Hope Gala in London

Alia shared this image. (politeness: AliaBhatt)

New Delhi:

Alia Bhatt, who hosted the Hope Gala in London on March 28, shared an album of moments from last night. Alia shared a few images from her OOTN, a few candid shots and a video in which she can be seen singing Ikk Kudi with Harshdeep Kaur. For the prestigious evening, Alia wore a beautiful maroon velvet dress. She completed her look with a diamond necklace. Alia also wore an off-white Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla saree for the evening festivities. FOR YOUR INFORMATION, Ikk Kudi is a song from the movie Udta Punjab, headlined by Alia and Shahid Kapoor. Alia also sang the song with Diljit Dosanjh (who also starred in the film) for the film’s music album.

Alia wrote a long note in the caption. It read: “I had the great pleasure of hosting an evening that was truly special, packed with love, purpose and hope. Thank you @mo_hotels for bringing our vision to life, and to @salaambbayorg for empowering and supporting young lives and provide them with what they need for a better future. HOPE GALA 2024.” Alia’s mother Soni Razdan wrote in the comments section: “Amazing.” Ira Dubey shared a few fire emojis. See what Alia posted here:

Here’s a glimpse of the gala, shared by Mandarin Oriental’s official Instagram account. Look:

For the unversed, the Hope Gala is a charity event in support of the Salaam Bombay Foundation, a cause close to Alia Bhatt’s heart. According to news agency ANI, the foundation works tirelessly to empower vulnerable ‘at-risk children’ in Mumbai through after-school academies and school-based programs, boosting their self-confidence and commitment for a better future. Besides Alia Bhatt, singer Harshdeep Kaur, director Gurinder Chadha and comedian Rohan Joshi were present at the event. The Gala was attended by prolific industrialists and philanthropists from India and London.

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