Check it out: du hosts Indian superstar Shaan

Five lucky customers along with du’s employees had the privilege of meeting Shaan in person thanks to du and Viu.
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Image: Shaan at du HQ in Dubai.

du, in partnership with Viu, has hosted a special meet and greet with Shaan – one of the most popular Indian playback singers active in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Urdu, Telugu and Kannada films – for five lucky customers and its employees. The five winners were chosen from those who subscribed to Viu’s premium Video on Demand (VOD) service through du.

Hosted at du’s flagship store at Al Salam Tower in Dubai, the exclusive opportunity took place ahead of Shaan’s joint live concert with KK, which is being hosted by Viu as an extension of the platform’s best-in-class Bollywood offerings, in Dubai on November 9. The meet and greet also provided an exciting opportunity for du’s employees to meet Shaan in person.

Shaan, who has been praised as "Golden Voice of India," "Voice of Paradise," "Magician of Melody," and "Voice of Youth,"  is one of the most popular Indian playback singers active in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Urdu, Telugu and Kannada films. He has also hosted the shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs, Star Voice of India and STAR Voice of India 2, and is considered one of the most popular voices for romantic and melodious songs. Furthermore, he is considered one of the most versatile singers in the Bollywood industry and boasts an ability to sing across numerous genres.

Shaan with the winners.

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