10 October 217
For the first time North India’s biggest Event Management and PR company Prinday in association with Creative Events (Australia), Awesome Entertainment and Malwa Club organized an event named Diwali Blast. The event was humungous hit. These shows were held in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney on 23rd Sep, 24th Sep, 25th Sep and 1st October respectively and the crowd was unbelievable.
The event has been organized for the leisure of the Indian diaspora residing in Australia. It aims to bring the homely feel during the time of the festival. Two of the biggest superstars of the Punjabi industry Jasmine Sandlas and Amrit Maan are the highlight of this event. People loved them in Bamb Jatt and they having been showering their love in all these shows.
Amrit Maan said, “This is the beauty of music, it connects everyone in every corner of the world. Coming together of companies who are two worlds apart is also one of the most beautiful things in itself. I look forward to having full fun and entertain the people these four days.”
Jasmine Sandlas said, “I have done many shows abroad but this has got me excited like never before. It is also because I am working with a team that I have worked with many times in be it Prinday or Creative Events they are someone who I trust. I just want to provide my fans the unlimited fun and leave them a special memory.”
Prabhjot Kaur Mahant, Managing Director of Prinday said, “It is really a huge milestone for Prinday and it is just a beginning. We aim to provide people with the best entertainment there is and now our field has widened. People showed so much love to these shows, it just pushes us to work harder and bring out even better shows.”
Baljinder Singh Mahant, Creative Director of Prinday said, “It was a great opportunity for us to learn and explore the Oversas Entertainment Market of Australia. The experience of witnessing desi crowd of more than 6K people in Brisbane was insane. It proves that we are in right direction and it inspires us to work on different entertainment products to entertain Punjabis globally.”