On Wednesday in Mumbai, Nita Ambani brought the world’s most popular music school to India whose welcome ceremony was held at NMACC. Let’s see about the sound of music at NMACC.
- The sound of Music at NMACC comes from India through Nita Ambani for Indians.
- Many Bollywood celebrities attend the events.
- Nita Ambani wore a sea green gown.
The Sound of Music
The Sound of Music is an American musical film with Richard Rodgers’s music, Oscar Hammerstein II wrote the lyrics, and Russel Crouse and Howard Lindsay wrote a book.
The songs are based on the memoir Maria Von Trapp in 1949 the story of the Trapp Family Singers.
Celebrities At The Sound Of Music Event
On Wednesday many celebrities attended the Sound of Music event such as Kiran Rao, Radhika Merchant, Harnaaz Sandhu, Kajal Aggarwal, and Mandira Bedi.
Nita Ambani was seen wearing a sea green gown with a black bow. She was stunned by her look as usual. Nita Ambani brings the sound of music to India for the first time which is a big thing in India.
Other celebrities such as Kabir Khan, Ajay-Atul, Shankar Mahadevan, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Pankaj Udaas.
The Sound of Music at NMACC
The Sound of Music at NMACC comes to India for the first time and Nita Ambani brings this worldwide popular music for the first time.
Executive Producers Marc Routh and Simone Genatt and General Manager Eric Cornell. It has a total of 26 iconic songs such as Do Re Mi, My Favorite Things, Sixteen Going on Seventeen, and The Hills are Alive.
After the inauguration of NMACC, this second event of Nita Ambami brings the sound of music and many celebrities attend the event. For more updates related to Bollywood’s latest gossip stay tuned on top watch now.
1. What message was given by the sound of music?
The message was given by the sound of music and film that to be yourself and have the courage to believe what you believe.
2. Is the sound of music performed on Broadway?
The sound of music was first performed on 16 November 1959 on Broadway in Lunt-Fortune Theatre and last performed on 15th June 1963 after 1,443 performances.