Bollywood Stars Divya Khosla Kumar and Adnan Sami perform at the Finale of the 20th International Business Horizon-INBUSH ERA-2020


It was a Bollywood end to the International Research Conference- 20th INBUSH ERA World Summit that saw discussions and deliberations by leading Academicians, Diplomats and Corporate Leaders from India and abroad including Ireland, USA, UK, Spain, Russia, Australia, Malaysia, Poland etc. Bollywood Stars Adnan Sami and Divya Khosla Kumar visited the Finale of the three-day conference that saw a distinguished galaxy of speakers and delegates from across the globe. An upcoming Punjabi singer B Star also performed in front of the gathering.

Captivating audience with his mesmerizing voice and persona, singer Adnan Sami recalled his previous performance at Amity University in one of the earlier editions of INBUSH ERA calling them his most cherished memories. Referring to Amity as one of the finest education institutions, Adnan Sami told the students how there is no substitute for good education and students should make the most of it. Sharing his educational journey and how he is a qualified barrister, Sami advised students to give equal importance to education along with interests in other creative fields. The popular singer also regaled the enthusiastic audiences with some of his hit numbers including ‘Kabhi to Nazar Milao’, ‘Bheegi Bheegi Raton Mein’, ‘Lift Karade’ and many more including his most recent song ‘Tu Yaad Aya’.

Bollywood actress Divya Khosla Kumar interacted with the audience and shared about her previous memorable experiences at Amity University. This was her third visit to Amity University. The popular face of the recent hit ‘Yaad Piya ki Aane Lagi’, Kumar came with her mother to the conference. Prof. (Dr.) Gurinder Singh, Amity Group Vice Chancellor and Director General – AIBS & Amity University shared about the two-decade long journey of INBUSH ERA and how the conference has been drawing various artists across genres.

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