Doha: MCC goes global, to hold ‘Baila Naach’, Konkani Singing Challenge


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Doha, Oct 13: Encouraged by the response to 'Global Konkani Comedy Challenge-2021' from Konkani lovers from all over the world and in order to facilitate folks to beat the hangover from the pandemic and to get the lives of artistes back on track, Mangalore Cricket Club Qatar (MCC) is launching two more global mega events in celebration of its 30th anniversary, ‘MCC Global Baila Naach' and MCC Global Konkani Singing Challenge'. The details of these two virtual events will be published soon.

MCC wishes to give an opportunity for all artistes who are not only comedians but also singers, dancers, etc. to do something that they like to do most and hold the audience in awe, who are equally hungry to witness their star performers back in action.

In the past, MCC has successfully staged mega events ‘Soad 3 International’ singing reality show and ‘Gulf Baila Naac’ for the Gulf residents in association with Mandd-Sobhann.

MCC invites and encourages all talented artistes to come forward and make use of this unique opportunity with your outstanding performances. They look forward for maximum participation from Konkani lovers spread all over the world and make these events a grand success.

With the events, MCC aims to preserve and promote Konkani language and culture globally.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Alwyn Claud, Mangalore/ Cochin

    Thu, Oct 14 2021

    Please guide how to apply for Konkani singing and what is the procedure for online?

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