Indian superstar Sonu Nigam returns to Dubai next month and we have tickets for you.
He must love the place, it's his ninth time here, but he's still as popular as ever. It even looks like he's set to fill The Madinat Arena.
Sonu markets himself as something a bit different - not your traditional Bollywood boy. The 36-year-old singer whose 'Chiggy Wiggy' with Australian pop star Kylie Minogue and 'Don't Say Alvida' from Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor starrer Main Aur Mrs Khanna have turned out to be the new chartbusters, said that he consciously cut his Bollywood assignments because he did not want to be associated with low quality music.
"Competition for me means to keep myself upgraded and do better than before. To forget my previous achievements as I think they are of no consequence now. Set newer targets. At the same time there are lot of good singers like Shaan who are great competition. They inspire me to work better than the best," Sonu said.