Pop sensation Justin Bieber enthralls Mumbai stadium at his concert

Virginia Carter
May 19, 2017

With such a tight security Justin arrived Mumbai, and immediately he headed to the St. Regis Hotel in Lower Parel.

Dressed casually in a T-shirt and a pair of shorts, Bieber, who has been given top-notch security, seems relaxed and happy to greet his fans who have been tracking his moves since he landed in Mumbai for the Jio Justin Bieber Purpose World Tour.

Bieber's Purpose India tour was a disaster for several Bliebers. The singer recently spoke of how he lost himself in fame during the early success of his career.

They carried signs saying "We love you Justin", "Welcome to India" and "Justin Forever".

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Bieber came to the fore around 2008, promoted by Usher.

Bieber sang some of his very popular songs like Mark My Words, Where Are Ü Now, I'll Show You, Boyfriend, Lifeline, What do you mean, Children (with a few kids dancing on stage), Don't You Give Up Now and Sorry. Read Also: Justin Bieber Mumbai Concert: Sweltering heat, confusing instructions and long lines as fans wait to get entry Apart from being called wrong names, the pop star was also caught lip-syncing during his concert. Unusual things were clearly afoot - reports suggest that Bipasha and Karan failed to receive a VIP auto pass and the choked roads leading to the concert venue (D Y Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai) made them late. Around 45,000 Justin Bieber fans are expected to be in attendance for the Grammy-winning singer's show at Navi Mumbai's D Y Patil Stadium, according to news agency Press Trust of India.

Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said 500 security personnel along with 25 officers have been deployed to ensure proper security at the stadium, with drone cameras keeping a constant watch. A rage among the youth, especially teenagers, Bieber is touring to promote his critically-acclaimed album "Purpose". Tickets are priced upwards of Rs 5,000, and fans have come from different parts of the country to be a part of the gig. He will be treated to cuisines representing 29 States, sources said.

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