Queen’s Platinum Jubilee: Top cruiser was stunned to see the performance of Gujarati folk singer Preeti Varsani, see photos

Queen Elizabeth was honored for her 70 years of service. In this celebration, Gujarati folk singer Preeti Varsani not only performed in front of the queen but she was also praised a lot.

May 16, 2022 | 8:50 PM

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Sonali Naik

May 16, 2022 | 8:50 PM




Queen Elizabeth, 96, reveled in her Platinum Jubilee celebrations amidst a rapturous welcome from a huge crowd of 5,000.  Some Indian artists were also among the artists who attended the celebration including Dame Helen Mirren, Tom Cruise and Katherine Jenkins and one of them was Gujarati folk singer Preeti Varsani.

Queen Elizabeth, 96, reveled in her Platinum Jubilee celebrations amidst a rapturous welcome from a huge crowd of 5,000. Some Indian artists were also among the artists who attended the celebration including Dame Helen Mirren, Tom Cruise and Katherine Jenkins and one of them was Gujarati folk singer Preeti Varsani.

Preeti and her group's Garba was also included in the performances at the Royal Windsor Castle.  Wearing a colorful ghagra choli, Preeti and her entire crew became the subject of everyone's attraction.

Preeti and her group’s Garba was also included in the performances at the Royal Windsor Castle. Wearing a colorful ghagra choli, Preeti and her entire crew became the subject of everyone’s attraction.

During this, Preity also met Tom Cruise, praising her Hollywood superstar Tom told her that " Your performance was very beautiful and your clothes are also very different and fabulous"

During this, Preity also met Tom Cruise, praising her, Hollywood superstar Tom told her that “Your performance was very beautiful and your clothes are also very different and fabulous”.

Preeti Varsani with 50 of her dancers in the presence of Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, London Palace Complex "dholida dhol re vagad" performed on the song.

Preeti Varsani along with 50 of her dancers performed on the song “Dholida Dhol Re Vagad” in the presence of Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, London Palace Complex.

The celebration was also attended by actresses Adjaw Andoh, who plays Danbury Bridgeton and Alan Teachmarsh, who got to know about Preeti's Gujarati costume as well as her turban.

The celebration was also attended by actresses Adjaw Andoh, who plays Danbury Bridgeton and Alan Teachmarsh, who got to know about Preeti’s Gujarati costume as well as her turban.






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