Dipalee and Samir are two Bollywood singing sensations who will be performing in Guyana at a Diwali concert this weekend titled “Rewind and Fast-forward”.The performers, along with their band arrived in Guyana a few days ago, and Guyana Times was briefed at a press conference as to what can be expected.The first show is slated for today at 07:00h sharp at the Giftland Mall and will be followed by a similar performance at Number Six Village, West Coast Berbice onBollywood singing sensation, Dipalee and SamirSunday.The singing duo promise a grand show with old favourites and new Bollywood hits. They have done more than 300 concerts over the past five years and are expecting a great turnout.“It’s a combination of old and new and right from the 1950s and 1960s to songs of today. It’s going to be a whole lot of mix and match of all the popular numbers. It’s a lot of good music,” said Samir as he urged all to grab their tickets early.Tickets to these events are $3000, $2000 and $1000, and can be bought at Bhagwans and City Centre on Water Street, Georgetown’s Shoppers Paradise on Regent Street and the Giftland Mall at Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown. At both events, secured parking will be provided.The organisers, Tina Insanally Foundation and Pradeep Samtani, are urging the public to grace the event since all proceeds will go towards the development of the Foundation.
Here’s motivation for them. Bruce Arians talkin bout CenturyLink being the Cards Home field… 😂 #GoHawks pic.twitter.com/kuRXZxull4— (@3lone) December 25, 2017“We’ve got a big one next week, we know that’s our home field,” Arians said Sunday of Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. “We’re going up there and kicking their (expletive).” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, left, greets Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians after an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. The game ended in overtime in a 6-6 tie. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Seattle’s home stadium has been named as one of the toughest stadiums to play in the NFL.However, the Cardinals have found their fair share of success in Seattle, winning the past three out of four meetings at CenturyLink Field.Still, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll laughed off Bruce Arians’ comments about it being the Cardinals’ home turf.“Bruce gets to say whatever he wants, man,” Carroll told MyNorthwest.com. ” “I don’t care, bring it on. We’ll go play some football Sunday and figure it out.”Carroll added that the comments made by Arians may motivate his team, saying they “might have a little fun with that.”The Seahawks playoff chances rely on their ability to beat the Cardinals and an Atlanta Falcons’ loss or tie against the Carolina Panthers. For the Cardinals, a win in Sunday’s game gives them the chance to play spoiler and finish 8-8 in a season riddled with injuries.Arians has confidence in his team and in quarterback Drew Stanton, who will make his second straight start since taking over for Blaine Gabbert after Week 15.Though, Arians admits he wishes he had quarterback who orchestrated the Cardinals three previous wins in Seattle, Carson Palmer. “There is just something about Carson up there and the way he throws the deep ball,” Arians told 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Craig Grialou & Mike Jurecki on Tuesday. “We’ll be fine, I think Drew is going to be healthier. We were real close a couple years ago up there with Drew, we dropped a touchdown right in our hands at halftime.”Still, he expects his team to be ready for what is sure to be another physical matchup in this bitter rivalry.“It’s Seattle,” Arians said. “We’ve had some success up there and every time we play them it’s a knock down, drag out (game).” With the playoffs out of reach, the Cardinals’ chance to end the playoff hopes for Seattle is extra motivation for the players and head coach Bruce Arians. 6 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires LISTEN: Bruce Arians, Cardinals head coach Top Stories Your browser does not support the audio element.