Chris’ secret performance broke millions of heart in India. Here are some of the emotions expressed by Indians when they discovered about the secret gig. Now wipe your tears and watch the awesome performance.
Yes, we have not yet come out of the shock that Chris Martin from Coldplay secretly performed at Summerhouse Cafe in Delhi and we all missed it!
On a regular Wednesday night, the British band’s vocalist performed a short impromptu set in front of a small audience of not more than 50. And as the selfies and photos started rolling on Twitter, million hearts were broken and people were left with nothing to do but pour out their emotions online.
Why would you do this to us, Chris? Why? Why?
The All India Bakchod Team broke the news and we couldn’t be more jealous.
Everyone had different reasons to feel bad. While some wanted it to be in their city, others just called it the universe being unfair –
Of all the places why did he chose Delhi. I don’t wanna live anymore.#coldplay #chrismartin #mumbaiistheplace
Chris Martin coming to our country and playing an acoustic set at a "secret" gig is the best example of universe being unfair!!!!
— Pooja (@Pooja_Pilankar) July 1, 2015
F. You man! Whow! https://t.co/gCpx059hXS
— Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) July 1, 2015
If he was playing in Barcelona, I would still be like 'Oh how cool for those people'. But no. DELHI. Bloody DELHI.
— Smriti Sant (@smritisant) July 1, 2015
It wasn’t an event. We were at a dinner together, and he just went ‘let’s go play somewhere’! And, boom! @karshkalemusic
— VISHAL DADLANI (@VishalDadlani) July 1, 2015
Well, it’s done guys and we cannot do anything about it.
Now wipe your tears and watch his amazing performance in Delhi at Summer House Cafe –
Chris visited India to lead innovative projects addressing sanitation in local communities as part of the Global Poverty Project. He was accompanied by actress Freida Pinto and they both also met PM Narendra Modi to discuss Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and Beti Bachai Beti Padhao Andolan.
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