With his gloves on and maintaining safe distance from his audience, singer Guru Randhawa hit the stage after almost three months.
Live shows had been called off during the lockdown, which started in March, to battle the Covid-19 pandemic. And now as things are gradually returning to normal, Guru performed at a private show in New Delhi.
“I performed after almost three months and it was a good experience. Though the audience was limited, they were very entertaining. We sang songs that we usually sing for our shows and earned as well,” Guru told.
“In terms of precautions, my team and I tried our best to follow them. I was wearing gloves and my team was wearing masks and gloves. We tried our best to be safe and keep minimal contact,” he added.
He was also accompanied by less staff members. “It was just my manager and the band,” he said. He thinks it’s safe to do such shows now. “But times are such that one needs to take maximum safety measures. With avenues opening up and following all government social distancing guidelines, we should be able to do private live shows,” he said. During the lockdown, he might have stopped performing, but he continued to give fresh music to his fans. — IANS