A Tribute to the People's Princess - Concert For Diana

Ten years into the fatal accident, Star World pays a fitting Tribute to the most Elegant Princess ever - Princess Diana. Catch the Star-studded Show only on Star World on July 2nd!

Published: Wednesday,Jun 27, 2007 17:45 PM GMT-06:00
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The Princess of all Hearts , The Lady with an ever pleasing smile, glamour and style, The Woman of Substance who spread warmth all over , a Passionate Humanist, a doting mother and above all, an inspiration to her generation – this was Princess Diana… Its nearly 10 years since we lost this eternal beauty to a fatal car accident, but even now it is so unbelievable that she is not with us anymore…

As a mark of respect and love to her, Star World pays a Tribute to Princess Diana with a six-hour special. Featuring some of the world’s biggest acts, the Concert For Diana will air direct off satellite on Monday July 2nd, 2007 from 9 am with a prime time repeat at 7 p.m. only on STAR WORLD.

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Organised by Prince William and Prince Harry as a celebration of their mother’s life, the show will be held on what would have been Diana’s 46th birthday. Held at London’s Wembley Stadium, the event will see a crowd of 90,000 devoted fans gather to commemorate Diana’s legacy.
“We wanted to have this big concert that is full of energy, full of fun and happiness which I know she would have wanted,” says Prince William. “It’s got to be the best birthday present she has ever had.”

Featuring the world’s greatest musicians, this one-time-only event promises to be both memorable and meaningful. Stars slated to perform at this spectacular include Elton John, Joss Stone, Bryan Ferry, Lily Allen, Kanye West, Rod Stewart, James Morrison, Natasha Bedingfield, Will Young, Take That, Duran Duran, Pharrell Williams, Nelly Furtado, and P. Diddy. “We wanted to get artists that our mother really loved, and then artists that both Harry and I enjoy,” explains William.

Proceeds from the concert will go to charities supported by the late Princess and to charities of which the Princes are Patrons.

A decade after her death, STAR WORLD remembers one of the most iconic women of our time. Join the rest of the world as the best and brightest pay tribute to the People’s Princess in Concert For Diana, direct off satellite on Monday, July 2nd at 9 a.m. And if you miss it, watch the repeat telecast at 7 p.m. only on Star World.

Author: Srividya Rajesh

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sunidhifan4evr 12 years ago she is someone who anyday anytime i dont mind talking about her I would talk about her 24/7 if i cud
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gt1121 14 years ago I don't understand why they are only after Salman. What about Tabu, Saif Ali Khan and Neelam who were also with Salman?

I think that he did this unintentionally, without thinking about anything. If he is sorry for what happened, then the case should be dropped. the courts should spend more time on cases that matter.
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**sanya** 14 years ago i agree wif ana1 why give punishment so late its stupid
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kimmu 14 years ago I feel bad for salman, i hope he gets out sooner :(
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hello98 14 years ago Sanjay and Salman are both bad boys of Bollywood...fault or no fault...just their involvement in these cases is disgraceful...shame on them.
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ana1 14 years ago why give the punishment so late? its dum
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noras 14 years ago I DONT WANT HIM 2 GO 2 JAIL!!!!!!!!!!!
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**sanya** 14 years ago aent these lot bein a bit 2 harsh

first sanjay now salman
let em live mna
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happyperson 14 years ago I am glad that judegement was not biased because of his celebrity status.
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kmishra 14 years ago wats wrong wit the goverment 1st sanjay for sumthing he did a long tym ago and now salman .......who else will take off there shirts in movie...a lot of ppl do but salman is known for that ...........this is absurd
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