Justin Bieber spotted at Mumbai airport, leaving India

Justin Bieber spotted at Mumbai airport, leaving India

Justin Bieber spotted at Mumbai airport, leaving India

A lot of them were spotted singing and dancing along every song on the play list, however, there were some who weren't impressed with the 23-year-old's performance at all.

Justin Bieber fans were hugely disappointed as they woke up to the news today morning that the global pop sensation has left India in the wee hours of May 11, 2017, shortly after his Purpose World Tour India 2017 concert. Fans were eagerly waiting for the young star's Purpose Tour in India, and the singer has been on the top of the news for at least last few days. While the fact that he lip synced his way through the Indian leg of his Purpose World Tour is just one reason, the bigger issue is that Justin was just not prepared or bothered to ensure his fans got worth for their money. It can be noted that the audiences paid upto Rs 74,000 for the tickets to watch him perform live.

While it's still not clearly known why Justin made a decision to abruptly end his India tour, you can at least find some solace in his last pictures on Indian soil.

His fans welcomed him by putting their hands in the air, while some female fans were seen overcome by emotions as he sang his famous songs "Cold water", "Love yourself", "I will show you how". DJ Sartek, DJ Zaeden and Norwegian DJ Alan Walker opened the evening for him.

The concert was attended by number of Bollywood celebrities like Alia Bhatt, Malaika Arora Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Arjun Rampal, Khushi Kapoor, Sridevi, Jacqueline Fernandez and others.

"They reached the venue at 8:30 pm".

After the first one and a half hours of the concert, Bieber switched his white t-shirt for a red and came back with power packed performances singing "What Do You Mean" and "Baby".

The security was beefed up for the concert and for the artiste. Earlier, Bieber spent time with underprivileged children.

But it wasn't just social media. His entourage apart, he has been accompanied by his mother Patricia.

Recommended News

  • Michael Carrick insists Manchester United will not hide behind selection issues

    Michael Carrick insists Manchester United will not hide behind selection issues

    Victory for City against struggling Middlesbrough would help Toure's team ensure they finish above United for the fifth time in six seasons.
    Watch 200th ISS spacewalk on Friday

    Watch 200th ISS spacewalk on Friday

    The spacewalk was briefly delayed after NASA discovered a "small leak of water" in equipment that helps power their spacesuits. This marked the ninth spacewalk for space station commander Peggy Whitson and the first for flight engineer Jack Fischer.
    Economy adds 211000 jobs in April

    Economy adds 211000 jobs in April

    The data for demographic groups came from a survey of households that is part of the Labor Department's monthly jobs report. Factories added 6,000 jobs after a 13,000 gain, while construction workers rose by 5,000, following a 1,000 gain in March.
  • The Coca-Cola Co (KO) Shares Sold by Addenda Capital Inc

    Pinnacle Bank purchased a new stake in Coca-Cola European Partners plc during the first quarter valued at approximately $182,000. On average, equities analysts predict that The Coca-Cola will post $1.88 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.
    History of Hanford nuclear waste site in Washington state

    History of Hanford nuclear waste site in Washington state

    But non-essential workers at the Hanford site , which employs some 9,000 people, were told to stay home Wednesday. Heeter said there are eight rail cars inside tunnels at the site that were used to transport radioactive material.

    Wait over: Canelo, Triple G eager for September megafight

    Nearly every round started the same: Canelo Alvarez striking first with a heavy dose of power punches to the body. All three judges scored the fight 120-108 in favour of Alvarez . "Canelo was very active and is a great fighter".
  • Brady Denies 'Curse' Of Being On Madden Game Cover, Breaks A Mirror

    Brady Denies 'Curse' Of Being On Madden Game Cover, Breaks A Mirror

    Madden's last five cover athletes are Calvin Johnson, Adrian Peterson, Richard Sherman , Odell Beckham Jr. and Rob Gronkowski . The game will bring changes this year as it'll be powered by Frostbite.

    Erdogan hopeful for breakthrough in dispute on arming Kurds

    President Donald Trump will meet with his Turkish counterpart in Washington, DC next week, the White House said Wednesday. The YPG's increasing power and legitimacy, and the reflection of this in the region, did not change the U.S.'s attitude.
    CIA establishes unit focused on North Korea threat

    CIA establishes unit focused on North Korea threat

    A recently published statement from Moody's mentioned that a conflict with North Korea would be "credit negative" for South Korea. It comes as the hermit state announced it will carry out a sixth nuclear test - despite the rest of the world warning against it.
  • Syrian Kurdish forces say they will push on to IS capital

    He said the talks are "merely a meeting for the media" and "there is nothing substantial in all the Geneva meetings". Turkey, along with the US and Europe, lists the party, known as the PKK, as terrorist organization.
    Democrats see a winning issue in opposing GOP health bill

    Democrats see a winning issue in opposing GOP health bill

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has appointed a group of GOP senators to craft their version of the legislation. Fundraising surged nationwide as new recruits stepped up to challenge vulnerable Republicans who backed the plan.

    Durant scores 38 points, Warriors beat Jazz to take 3-0 lead

    And to seal it, Durant delivered one final backbreaker, tossing in a banked 22-footer to give him 38 points on 15-of-26 shooting. They seized the lead for the first time in the series when they went up 48-47 in the second period, and led 50-49 at halftime.

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.