Wednesday, September 18, 2019 14:38 IST
Punjabi gabrus Jassie Gill and B Praak graced the stage at IIFA 2019 and entertained audiences with their mesmerising voice and superhit performance.
Yes, you read that right, both the stars walked the green carpet and rocked the event attended by numerous Bollywood stars with their awesome performances.
Jassie Gill entertained the night singing his super hit track 'Nikle Currant' with Neha Kakkar along with another hit 'Guitar Sikhda and B Praak performed 'Mann Bhareya' and 'Teri Mitti', enchanting the audience with his magical voice at the grand event. Jassie shared his look and performance pics from the night on Instagram -
B Praak also shared some glimpses of his performance from the night on his Instagram story and glimpses of the same were shared by the official page of IIFA on their Instagram account-
Fans can't have enough of this and both the actors' performance videos are going viral on social media now. A Jassie Gill fan page shared his performance -
IIFA (Indian International Film Awards) is one of the most prestigious annual award ceremonies of Bollywood and Indian cinema that took place last night in Mumbai.
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