Ed Sheeran’s concert was the most anticipated event marked in Mumbai’s calendar and it truly lived up to the expectations. The international sensation dropped his vocal guns in India for the second time and we fell for him all over again. The star had a taste of Bollywood at Farah Khan’s party where he cast away his shy image to groove with the likes of Shahrukh Khan, Shahid Kapoor and others. He won hearts more than just songs. Ed learnt some legit Bollywood moves from the ace choreographer and also got a peck on his cheek from the hostess. The pictures are too cute to be commented on. See them for yourself.
Ed Sheeran dancing with the Bollywood moves last night party in Mumbai. 💖
— SWIFTIES™ (@SwiftiesIndia) November 19, 2017
A world famous musician stuck with a dissatisfied selfie clicker ... 😜 thank you @teddysphotos for ur music , and more importantly for ur patience! 😍 #fangirl thank you @farahkhankunder for such a fun evening! 💕
The day of the concert held a lot more surprises for those who were lucky enough to attend it. The star who never misses an opportunity, wore a turquoise blue kurta with ‘Divide’ the name of his upcoming album printed in Hindi on the side and back. The concert in India was also part of the singer's Asia tour for the same album. Ed also knew how to best tap into our blue blood by wearing a t-shirt of Team India while he sang his favourite hit ‘Shape of You’.
— GS (@gittushah) November 20, 2017
The line-up of his songs was incredible indeed with ‘Castle on the Hill’ being the first song followed by 'Eraser', 'Bloodstream' and 'I See Fire', from the 2013 film 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' soundtrack. In all, there were 10 songs from 'Divide,' while five came from 'Multiply' and two from his debut album 'Plus', Shape of You' and 'You Need Me'.
His love for India was amply poured out. ''You know I have made no secret of my love for India, ever,'' said the singer, as the audience cheered on. ''It's such a pleasure to be back in India,'' he added, while encouraging the audience to sing along with him.
It was not just commoners who were smitten by Ed’s craze, Bollywood too joined in with the likes of Dia Mirza repenting not being in the city while others like Ram Kapoor and Aftab being able to join in.
— Dia Mirza (@deespeak) November 19, 2017
Sheeran lived up to Mumbai’s expectation as the audience unanimously agreed that it was a ‘paisa wasool’ concert.
— BlogwatiG (@BlogwatiG) November 20, 2017