Lilly Singh AKA Superwoman Enthralls Audiences on India Tour
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | April 20, 2017 | News
Lilly Singh Event Speciale
Lilly Singh, a Scarborough-born 28-year-old known to her online fans as Superwoman made stopover in India as part of her How To Be A Bawse World Tour in association with Event Speciale. Singh is enchanting a captive audience over the week on April 19 at Shanmukhananda Hall Mumbai; April 20 at Shilpakala Vedika Hyderabad; and April 21 at Sirifort Auditorium New Delhi.
Better known by her alias, “Superwoman,” Lilly Singh has a good reason to claim such a name. The 28-year-old star and recent author of the book, “How to Be a Bawse” has made a wildly successful career for herself, garnering over 11 million subscribers and 2 billion views on her YouTube channel and raking in $2.5 million dollars annually. She even outdoes the iconic superhero herself, coming up as the first search on Google.
Francis Coelho, Managing Director, Event Speciale remarked," We have received a phenomenal response as Lilly Singh is a great entertainer. The book is a complete sell out just like the tour. This tour gave fans a different insight into the life of Lilly Singh and it was very well received."
As a self-proclaimed happy unicorn who believes in love, Singh has inspired fans all over the world to believe in their dreams and be self-confident. Lilly Singh turned those dreams into a reality by taking India on a “How To Be A Bawse”. Auditoriums in every city were packed with an unusual patronage - a crowd consisting largely of teenage girls, accompanied by their parents. The anticipation in the room was overwhelming as Superwoman hit the stage. The show was an amalgamation of all the areas the icon is best known for - with improv comedy, a mini-set of rap tunes and largely motivational talks, delivering life altering messages to her impressionable female audience about success, positivity and happiness. But Singh wasn’t always a “bawse.” Getting to that sweet spot took time, and she had to work— hard.
Every member in the audience walked away from the night feeling encouraged, inspired and reassured, with Lilly’s message still ringing in their ears - don’t let depression define you. You deserve to be happy. Her parting lines echoed in the corridors, “I call myself Superwoman because I truly believe everyone is capable of being their own superhero. “I don’t want to tell you that if you believe in your dreams, they will come true. Because they won’t. But what I can tell you is that if you have dreams and you work really really hard, they might come true. Be a person who works for their dreams.”
The India leg of the tour is being managed by Event Speciale with shows in Mumbai, Delhi and Hyderabad.