Noida: What a presentation, what a lively music, what an energy, I think it could have never been better than this. the performance of Havas Guruhi from Uzbekistan won the heart of every one present here,” said Sandeep Marwah President AAFT School of Performing Arts after attending the performance at Marwah Studios, Noida Film City. And handing over the certificates of membership to the complete team from Uzbekistan.
HAVAS GURUHI, meaning White Envy, is a Uzbekistani music group composed of seven members of the Ermatov family who are popularly known for singing Indian songs. The group was founded by a couple, Rustam and his wife Matluba, who are the director and producer of the group respectively.
The singers and musicians of the band are their four children. The eldest child, a son named Khakhramon is the winner of Uzbekistan’s Nihol award. The second child is a daughter named Shakhnoza. The third child is a son named Dostonbek. The fourth and youngest child is a daughter named Robiya. Nilufar, the wife of eldest son Khakhramon, is a former TV anchor and the present public relations officer of their band.
The event was inaugurated by Thabang Linus Kholumo the Charge d’ Affairs of Kingdom of Lesotho, Anastasiya Vorakh Counsellor of Embassy of Belarus, Secretary General of England base organization AASGON Brijesh Mathur, and Spiritual Researcher Dr. C.K. Bhardhwaj. The musical recital was attended by AAFT Students and large number of music lovers from Delhi & NCR.
The event was designed by IUFCF- Indo Uzbekistan Film and Cultural Forum of ICMEI-International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry. It was supported by Asian Unity Alliance, WPDRF-World Peace Development and Research Foundation and AAFT School of Performing Arts. H.E. Dilshad Akhatov Ambassador of Uzbekistan to India congratulated and send his best wishes to Dr. Sandeep Marwah.