Talent hunt winners to perform at T10 League in Abu Dhabi

Talent hunt winners to perform at T10 League in Abu Dhabi
Talent hunt winners to perform at T10 League in Abu Dhabi

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - Abu Dhabi T10 League pulled in top cricketers and celebrities.

Next edition of the Aldar Properties Abu Dhabi T10 League will offer a platform for local artists to perform on the big stage, its chairman Shaji Ul Mulk has said.

Abu Dhabi T10 League, hosted in Abu Dhabi for the first time last month, pulled in top cricketers and celebrities and the next edition promises to be more entertainment and fun, he added.

The finalist of Indywood Talent Hunt 2019 will get an opportunity to perform at the event next year. Students from music and arts institutions across the country participated in the talent hunt organised by Sharjah-based Aries Group of companies, held at Amity University in .

"Abu Dhabi T10 League has become very popular on a global level. It is watched in about 125 countries. This year, we were able to reach over 500 million viewers around the world. I am very happy to announce our partnership with Indywood Talent Hunt, whereby the top three winners of this competition will be given a live stage in the stadium and telecast live around the world. This is recognition of the talent here. I am sure competition here will benefit from a global exposure," Mulk said on the final day of the competition.

The top three winners will be named later. T10 League will serve as a great platform for the winners to showcase their talent to the world.

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