Backstreet Boys in India – After 13 long years!

Backstreet Boys in India - After 13 long years!


India welcomes the famous band Backstreet Boys with open arms. Well, they surely said “I’ll never break your heart” to their Indian fanbase!!


The Backstreet Boys, a legendary American boy band that ruled millions of teenager’s hearts back in the 1990s through their popular songs like “I want it that way, “Incomplete,” “Drowning,” and “Crawling Back to You,” gave an exhilarating performance in Mumbai. The boys, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean, Brian Littrell, and Kevin Richardson, were overwhelmed by the affection of their admirers from all around the nation as the crowd went crazy with their enthusiasm. Before moving on to the band’s upcoming performance in Delhi, India, let’s look at some of the top moments from the BSB concert in Mumbai.

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Popular Indian actors like Shraddha Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Meezaan Jafri, Ram Pothineni, and politician Zeeshan Siddique attended the concert. Famous vocalists Benny Dayal, Dhvani Bhanushali, Prakriti Kakar, and Sukriti Kakar also attended the event, which further enhanced the appeal of the evening. Faisal Shaikh, a social media phenomenon, was also present at the concert and wowed the audience. Additionally, Natasha Dalal, the wife of Varun Dhawan, was spotted at the concert, lending a bit of glitz to the already sparkling occasion.


The most exciting incident that took place at the event was when Brian Littrell’s tried to connect with his fans during the event by greeting them in Hindi saying “Namaste Mumbai! Kaise hain aap?”


One of the BSB members, Nick Carter, expressed shock and awe at the enormous support from the Indian audience. He acknowledged that neither he nor the group had anticipated such a warm response. It’s hot because of all of you, not because of the weather, he stated in a statement. We didn’t know there were so many BSB fans here, but we do now, and we love it. We are returning to India after a year away, and we were eager to see Mumbai.


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