Kailash Kher to Hold a Virtual Concert During Lockdown Due to COVID-19 Outbreak
Kailash Kher (Photo Credits: IANS)

Singer Kailash Kher is looking forward to "dispel the darkness spread by coronavirus" by playing live from his home on April 5. On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called to light lamps on Sunday at 9 pm for 9 minutes to dispel the darkness caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Elton John, Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey’s iHeart Living Room Concert for Coronavirus Relief Fund Pays Tribute to Medical Professionals Around the World.

Echoing the Prime Minister's sentiments, Kailash said: "Even though we are in our homes, we are not alone. The country's 1.3 billion people are together during this lockdown period. 'Prakash Alokan' is my humble salutation through music". James Blunt Jokes That He's Doing Us All a Favour by Not Holding a Mini-Concert During COVID-19 Lockdown.

Kailash will go live at 9.10 pm on April 5 for 30 minutes.

Various digital platforms have expressed support to stream 'Prakash Alokan'.

Sukrit Singh of Be.Live said: "This initiative has unprecedented support from OTT players - we are expecting more to join the movement. Even an e-commerce player like Flipkart has offered to broadcast 'Prakash Alokan' through their video platform."

The concert will also be available on social media platforms such as Facebook Live, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram.