Says Suniel Shetty who organized the Bryan Adams concerts, "He's definitely coming back to Delhi. We won't disappoint his fans. I didn't know Bryan before he came to India for the current concerts. He's a really chilled-out guy. Truly 18 forever at heart. No one was shedding tears over the cancelled concert."
It was a Save The Children endeavour that, alas, could not be saved from the rains. A heavy downpour washed away Bryan Adams's live concert in Delhi on Tuesday.
But Suniel seemed unperturbed. Speaking from Delhi on Tuesday afternoon he said, "We're in the process of setting a new date for the Delhi concert. Bryan performs in Hyderabad. Then he heads for Bangladesh and Nepal. We'll set a new date for Delhi concert as soon as he finishes his other commitments."
Looking at the positive side of the fiasco, Suniel says, "Good that the rains happened before the Delhi concert. Imagine if it had happened during the concert. All of Bryan's musical equipment would've been destroyed. It isn't such a loss, really. We will set a date for the Delhi concert at the earliest."
Bryan Adams is truly 18 till he dies. He proved it when his Delhi concert was unceremoniously cancelled on Tuesday. Instead of sulking, he immediately got down to working out a fresh date for the Delhi concert. Rather than sulk over the spilt rain.