Salman Ali at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Salman Ali Tickets

Queen Elizabeth Theatre | Vancouver, British Columbia

Salman Ali

Music is a big part of Indian movies. They move the story in a musical manner that is uniquely and culturally true to India. This is the reason why it is difficult to lose interest while watching a movie from Bollywood and other Hindi shows. It has a certain charm and magic you will always go back to. Among the singers who lend their voices to Hindi cinema and TV shows is Salman Ali. At only 24, he already has a long list of tracks for several shows and movies. This includes the songs "Sab Badhiya Hai," "Jai He," "Habibi Ke Nain," and "Bas Tum Mere Paas Raho." The shows and movies these songs appeared in are Sui Dhaaga, Satellite Shankar, Dabangg 3, Happy Hardy and Heer, and many more. This year, Salman Ali will sing songs of love as he travels to Canada. See him in his performance at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on September 30. Experience a night of Hindi soundtracks as if you are in a Bollywood movie yourself!

Salman Ali is among the most recognized singers and TV personalities in India today. His mellifluous voice has captured many people's hearts since his rise to stardom during his childhood. A winner of multiple Indian singing competitions, he has established himself through hard work and pure skill and talent. His career is still in its early years, which is why there is so much more to expect from this rising musician.

Salman Ali is a native of Punhana, Nuh. He was
born in the town on January 14, 1999. Blessed with powerful vocals, he grew up in a family that lived off of singing. At least four generations of his family were singers. Ali's father is a singer who did gigs at events in their town, usually accompanied by his mother, who plays the harmonium. His exposure to music came from joining his parent's work. Sooner than later, he joined their performances, honing his voice and, at the same time, mastering the harmonium.

In 2011, the Indian singer joined the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs, a popular singing competition for children. He bested competitors week after week and impressed judges. He went on to compete in the final rounds. He was proclaimed the runner-up against winner Azmat Hussain. Years after, he came back to the TV screen as he competed on the 10th season of Indian Idol, which is considered to be the most popular and prestigious TV singing competition in India. His audition was a hit among the judges. He left with praises, and people started to look forward to his performances throughout the show. As he went through the semi-finals, he became a favorite. A front-runner, he went on to compete in the finals. He won against Ankush Bhardwaj.

Right after his TV stint, he became a sensational singer. He released songs for TV shows and movies. His first song to be featured in a movie is "Sab Badhiya Hai." Others followed with "Bas Tum Mere Paas Raho" being the most recent in his discography.

Salman Ali will be performing overseas in Canada at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Saturday, September 30. See him there.

Salman Ali at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

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