Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber (C) performs a medley of songs at the 2016 Billboard Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., May 22, 2016.Reuters

With just a few hours left for the live concert of Canadian singer Justin Bieber to begin at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, Beliebers in India are going crazy about the event.

Even some Bollywood celebrities, including Hard Kaur and Bappi Lahiri, are eagerly waiting for the 23-year-old Love Yourself singer to perform some of their favourite songs on stage. While most of them want to hear his hit number Baby, others are also demanding songs like Sorry and Never Say Never.

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Here is the list of songs that Bollywood wants Bieber to perform at his Mumbai concert:

I'll Show You

The song, which begins with the words Sometimes it's hard to do the right thing, is one of the favourite numbers of British Indian rapper and hip hop singer Taran Kaur Dhillon, known by her stage name Hard Kaur. She wants the Canadian singer to perform this song on stage.

But Kaur is not the only one who is eager to hear this song at Bieber's Mumbai concert. Indian composer Salim Merchant and playback singer Jubin Nautiyal have also expressed their keenness to watch this song.

Love Yourself

Musician Vishal Dadlani is among the Bollywood stars who are eager to watch Bieber perform this song during his India tour. "I like this one because it's simple and beautiful. The line, 'My Mama Don't Like You, And She Likes Everyone' is hilarious, because it's spot on," Mid Day quoted him as saying.

Other celebrities who will love to hear the Love Yourself song are singer Shilpa Rao and playback singer Anmol Malik. While Malik described it as an insanely catchy track, Rao said, "It's a super vent to express yourself."


The hit song from Bieber's latest album PURPOSE: The Movement is one of the favourite numbers of Indian music composer Bappi Lahiri. He also wants the Canadian singer to perform Let Me Love You and Baby on stage. Music composer Ehsaan Noorani is also eager to hear the 23-year-old singer croon this one.


Indian playback singer Shalmali Kholgade and Indo-Canadian singer Jonita Gandhi want Bieber to perform this song at his Mumbai concert. Kholgade said, "It's a fantastic example of a 21st century pop album." Gandhi feels it has amazing production, vocals and an irresistible groove.

Other songs that fans are eagerly waiting to hear at Bieber's Mumbai concert are Where Are You Now Never Say Never Baby and Let Me Love You.