11 Things Justin Bieber Did In India That Made Us Fall For Him, Again

Justin Beiber has touched in India for his purpose concert in Mumbai. Baby fame pop star flew into India in the night. There were hundreds of fans waiting eagerly outside Kalina airport in Mumbai to welcome him.

Justin Bieber’s full house concert was a super duper hit. From sipping his Starbucks Coffee wearing boxers to leaving the audience speechless, Bieber’s maiden India concert gave us too many moments worth cherishing!

1. When he left his audience completely speechless

2. When he made his fans go berserk during his live performance!

3. He ended the concert with his hit song ‘Sorry’, and you would be sorry (slightly!) for yourself if you missed this memorable concert.

4. Earlier, we had heard about his royal demands for this tour. But, was that really true? Because for him, humanity is the true meaning of royalty.

5. This is how much he loves India.

6. We thought he would prepping hard for the concert. Surprisingly, he was just chilling out in Mumbai in shorts.

7. Unlike other celebs, his interaction was not limited to just shaking hands, he played a football match with them.

8. When he took time out ahead of his Mumbai concert to spend time with underprivileged children ahead of his Mumbai concert

9. With his massive security, we expected that it would be impossible to interact with him. But no, Justin was here to become a part of India.

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10. No fancy labels and no classic shades. The pop sensation was sporting a pink hoodie as he arrived in Mumbai.


11. JB fans mistook Akshay Kumar for Bieber!


it turned out to be Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who had arrived in the city after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Well, the crowd was more than happy to have a sighting of Khiladi Kumar too.
‘Beliebers’ can finally brace themselves as their favourite pop star will take to the stage later in the day for the much-awaited concert.