Coldplay Fans Can Thank PM Modi For Concert


MUMBAI: If you are sizzling like an isotope at the considered Coldplay performing in India, you ought to say thanks to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Media has discovered that it was a chance meeting two years prior between the Prime Minister and Hugh Evans, the leader of the Global Poverty venture, in New York that prompted the quite anticipated demonstrate that will be held this November. 

The Coldplay show is a painstakingly developed occasion that was sustained by some helpful gatherings and the Prime Minister's Office and afterward received en route by youthful parliamentarians like Poonam Mahajan. 

It started in September 2014 when the Prime Minister showed up at New York's Central Park with Hollywood's Hugh Jackman and enchanted everybody when he referenced Star Wars and said, "May the power be with you." 

That occasion was a piece of the Global Citizens' Festival and Hugh Evans, the Chief Executive of the undertaking figured out how to have a couple words backstage with PM Modi. He addressed the Prime Minister particularly about his discourse, which was about sanitation and building toilets for all. 

The Prime Minister, said sources, loved the Global Poverty activity since it included youth and destitution, two angles he's energetic about and he gave his gesture to do an occasion in India as well. In this way started the contribution of the Prime Minister's office, which has since deliberately administered arrangements. 

Mr Evans, who is an Australian, has tied up with Chris Martin of Coldplay to be their image represetative. 

"No, I don't think the Prime Minister knows Coldplay,'' said BJP official from Mumbai, Poonam Mahajan, who has been planning the activity and is additionally accepted to have informed PM Modi around a month prior. "He just likes the activity and backings them." 

The November show will be a powerful occasion; even the dispatch declaration is being made by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and super stars like Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan. 

Will PM Modi offer stage with Chris Martin on November 20? Coordinators are not telling yet.