Justin Bieber is all set to perform in Navi Mumbai's DY Patil Stadium on May 10 as part of his Purpose world tour. The concert is in support of his fourth album 'Purpose' wherein he has experimented with more exploratory electronic sounds
Justin Bieber will stay at St Regis in Lower Parel after landing in Mumbai, and his crew has apparently been put up at a Worli five-star
Justin Bieber will apparently be accompanied by mother Patricia Mallette, with whom he has recently started mending ties after once calling her non-existent, on his India tour
Justin Bieber and his team of 25 dancers will start their 90-minute performance at 8 pm on May 10. Justin Bieber is likely to perform songs like What Do You Mean?, Love Yourself, Company, Encore: Sorry, Where Are U Now, Boyfriend, As Long As You Love Me and Baby, among others
Sonakshi Sinha, Malaika Arora, Jacqueline Fernandez, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Sushant Singh Rajput and Ranveer Singh will attend Justin Bieber's concert at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Kangana Ranaut, Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Ayan Mukerji, Karan Johar, Sajid Nadiadwala, Remo D'Souza, Rhea Kapoor and Manish Paul have also confirmed their presence at the gig
Ticket prices range between Rs 4,000 to nearly Rs 77,000! The ticket categories for Justin Bieber's Mumbai concert are Diamond (Rs 25,200), Platinum (Rs 15,400), Gold (Rs 10,080), Silver (Rs 7,700) and GA (Rs 4,060). VIP tickets are priced at VVIP 3: Rs 36,505; VVIP 2: Rs 58,030; VVIP 1: Rs 76,790
Justin Bieber will be transported to DY Stadium via a private chopper so that he doesn't have to wrangle with Mumbai's notorious traffic. Also, there will be a special chopper service available from Mahalakshi to Navi Mumbai every 30 minutes that will allow fans to skip the traffic and reach the venue in 15 minutes
Jacqueline intends to take Bieber to the Gateway Of India, Iskcon Temple, Colaba Causeway and also on auto ride through the streets of Bandra apart from a tour of Film City. The actress also plans to curate a special menu comprising of Maharashtrian, South Indian and Gujarati delicacies at her newly-launched restaurant. The 'A Flying Jatt' actress also wants to take him to meet underprivileged children at Dharavi slum area. Jacqueline Fernandez will also be hosting a really cool backstage party for exactly 20 of her B-Town friends during the concert
Justin Bieber, a fan of Indian food, will be served rich authentic cuisine representing the 29 Indian states. He will also attend a party hosted by the Ambanis and a private yacht karaoke bash. Bieber is also likely to visit New Delhi, Jaipur and the Taj Mahal in Agra.
The bizarre list of luxuries to be provided to Justin Bieber includes a Rolls Royce, a private jet and a chopper at his disposal throughout his stay in the country. He has even demanded hydrating lip balms. Arrangements for a jacuzzi have also been made for Bieber's personal use to unwind before he takes to the stage. The singer has also requested 100 clothes hangers, cans of wildberries and vanilla room fresheners. As per the list, Bieber wants his dressing room to be entirely draped with white curtains, with a large glass door refrigerator, clothing shelves, eight power outlets and 12 white handkerchiefs. His demands also include 24 still water bottles, 24 alkaline water bottles, four energy drinks, six vitamin water bottles, six cream sodas as well as a cooler packed with assorted juices. Every dressing room will have two packages of plain white crew-neck teeshirts, in sizes XS to L, two packages of white tank tops, sizes L to XL, three packages of white low-rise socks in sizes XS to L. No cell phones, no autographs and interaction with Bieber will be allowed as per the demands from his team.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's bodyguard Shera has been roped in to handle the security for the Jio Justin Bieber Purpose World Tour. Shera, whose real name is Gurmeet Singh Jolly, will be personally monitoring the security arrangements of Justin Bieber during his stay in India.
Over 500 police personnel and 25 officers would be deployed for security. There will be 30 fire marshals, 150 fire extinguishers and 4 fire engines with 10 exit points at the concert venue. 7 first aid rooms with 40 trained medical supervisors and 3 cardiac ambulances and 3 normal ambulances will be available