During a major concert in Nepal on Nov 24th, 2023, similar to Bryan Adams’ shows, Indian singer Arijit Singh made a surprising gesture. The moment, starting at the 15:14 mark in the video, began when Singh was handed a red cloth to sign. He asked for the music to be stopped and then addressed the crowd.

Singh shared with the audience, “Those who really want to hear my music, listen. I don’t like signing autographs. I don’t like it at all. I don’t like photographs; I don’t like autographs. They’re a waste of time for me. That’s why I’m doing it while singing. It’s better if I don’t have to, but what to do. You guys are not listening..”

Even after expressing his dislike for autographs and photographs, Singh continued to sign autographs gracefully during his performance. This showed his dedication to his fans, contrasting his personal feelings with the expectations of being a famous artist.

Arijit Singh, renowned for his soulful voice and emotive renditions, has become a prominent figure in Indian music. Born on April 25, 1987, in Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal, he began his musical journey with a reality show in 2005 and has since risen to fame with numerous hit songs in Bollywood. Known for his versatility, Singh has won several awards, including a National Film Award and multiple Filmfare Awards. His ability to evoke deep emotions through his music has earned him a massive fan following, making him one of the most celebrated playback singers in India.  Arijit has more than 39 million monthly listeners and over 69 million followers on SPOTIFY. 

In Nepal Concert, Arjit Singh Stops Music to Declare: “I Don’t Like Autographs”

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