Oops! Manish Malhotra trips and falls on stage at IIFA 2017

Oops! Manish Malhotra trips and falls on stage at IIFA 2017

He went on to add "I think it was kind of IIFA to invite me and celebrate my 25 years in the industry. I do not know the details so I do not want to talk much about it", said the actor who is here with the cast and crew of an upcoming Marathi film which she is producing.

The ace musician has today been awarded for his 25 years of musical contribution at IIFA 2017.

Oscar and Grammy victor A.R. Rahman is a gift to India and the world, said Bollywood actor Dia Mirza, who is here to attend the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards.

The other hit numbers from his vast repertoire were "Dilhai chota sa", "Agar tum saath ho", "Aye hairathe", "Terebina" and "Tanha tanha".Punjabi star Diljit's songs "Ek kudi" and "Patiala peg " and Mika Singh's energetic performance brought the audience to their feet."I am feeling very happy and proud that Rahman called me here".

Rahman's "Netru, Indru, Naalai" (Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow) gig at the Wembley Stadium concert on July 8 didn't hit the right chord with all his fans, especially his Bollywood-song admirers.

"I thank him for being an inspiration". Rahman, who recently composed the music for Sachin Tendulkar's biopic, asked the crowd, 'do you like you like Sachin?', before singing the title track of the film as the master blaster's photograph was displayed on the screen.He even performed his Tamil songs "Urvasi Urvasi", "Huma Huma" as actress Aditi Rao Hydari joined him on stage.

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