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Fans overwhelm Karan

Repeka Nasiko
Wednesday, April 30, 2014

TELEVISION star Karan Grover drew loud cheering from a packed Subrail Park crowd that braved the chilly conditions to watch two hours of non-stop entertainment over the weekend.

Grover kept the crowd energised with a round of dancing and singing that drew applause from excited fans.

Speaking of his first trip to Fiji, the Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Keli star said he was overwhelmed by the reception he received from his Fiji fans.

"I did not expect so much love from Fiji," he said.

"It is overwhelming, really amazing and I feel really proud to be part of our show. Before I came, I had an idea of what it would be like and I was thrown back by the kindness and friendliness of the people."

The actor had a special message to his fans. "I would like to say thank you. I love you all so much for being such great fans and for making me feel so welcome."

With four stops left on the tour, event producer and director Ajay Singh promised more entertainment.

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