Have you had enough of banging your head against the wall because you have been badgered by assignments? Are you tired of staying up all night for deadlines? Are you now truly sick of dancing to the tunes of professors?
Well, now is the time when you can truly unwind and let go of all inhibitions, set aside all worries and really let your hair down. And not without reason! IIFT is bringing Benny Dayal, the electric performer, right to our campus. Come the star night at Quo Vadis Gold and Benny Dayal will personally wield the mic, sing his signature tunes and make you dance to the beats of the most popular Bollywood numbers that will regale and enthrall your senses.
We have ensured that he comes to the IIFT campus to perform. Now is your turn to bring your mortal souls to the campus to partake in this ethereal concert and have your senses rocked. Let go off all your moorings, take a break and be a part of a once in a lifetime congregation of music fans and connoisseurs that will leave you talking about the night for the rest of your life.
Benny Dayal's parents hail from Kollam district, Kerala. Benny was born and brought up in Abu Dhabi and completed his schooling there from Abu Dhabi Indian School(ADIS) and went on to complete his B.Com from Madras Christian College. His father was working in Abu Dhabi. After his graduation from MCC, he did a diploma in journalism from the same college. He was working as Events Coordinator with RR Donnelley. He quit his job in BPO and decided to dedicate his career to music. Most of the films he sang are for A. R. Rahman in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam. He has since worked with several music composers including Harris Jayaraj, Pravin Mani, Yuvan Shankar Raja, James Vasanthan, Joshua Sridhar, Karsh Kale and Devi Sri Prasad. Currently Benny has been working with the top Music Directors in Bollywood including Amit Trivedi, Salim-Sulaiman, Vishal Shekhar, Pritam and Himesh Reshammiya.
1. 54th Filmfare Awards – RD Burman Award for New Music Talent - Kaise Mujhe Tum (Ghajini)
2. 2009 Stardust Awards — Max Stardust Awards for New Musical Sensation (Pappu can't dance/Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na)