Singer Mohit Modanwal wins hearts of children on Day 1 of WindMill Festival

Published: Feb 24, 2020, 14:48 IST | Partnered Content | Mumbai

The festival has been an ultimate destination for kids which has more than 50 workshops, more than 30 flea stalls, food stalls, a zoo, play area and much more.

Every child is different and special. The most important thing a child needs in life is amusement. To fulfil all their needs, Mohit Modanwal made his presence at the WindMill festival this year. The festival is one of its kind for the children and is considered as India’s first international children’s festival which curates experiences for the age groups of 0-14. Started in 2015, the first three editions of the festival were attended by more than 50,000 attendees with more than 30 brand associations.

The festival has been an ultimate destination for kids which has more than 50 workshops, more than 30 flea stalls, food stalls, a zoo, play area and much more.

The day 1 of the children’s festival was truly a memorable affair with Mohit entertaining attendees from all age groups at the Mumbai Jio Gardens, BKC. With an hour’s session, the audience danced and grooved to his enchanting voice and he made his place among the hearts of the kids and their parents. His power-packed performance got him lots of cheers and applauds and turned out to be a highlight for the 1st day of WindMill. Mohit and a team of brilliant musicians including Abhishek Singh, Ishwar Dwivedi, Vineet Kumar Pandey, Harsh Gautam and Shubhorata Kundu received immense love and their performance was something which got the loudest noise from the audience.

“The experience was surreal with receiving so much from everyone specially the kids as they have the most honest review and are absolutely upfront about it. So it felt like an achievement when started reciprocate the energy. For me It is always special to be on stage and entertain everyone”, he said. Mohit Modanwal has his roots in Sultanpur, a small town in Uttar Pradesh. Graduated in music from Lucknow, he is a classical singer trained from Banaras Gharana who plays several instruments including guitar, harmonium and tanpura. Since the last two years, he has been giving solo performances in Mumbai and till date, he has enthralled everyone with more than 300 shows in the city. His areas of interest are majorly in Bollywood, Punjabi and Sufi music. The singer has been taking everyone’s attention with his outstanding music covers on YouTube. We wish this young bundle of talent lots of wishes and may he keep entertaining everyone with his impeccable music.

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