An artist of his calibre should sing live. However, it looks like the blistering heat and humidity proved to be a bit too much for Bieber, who was spotted shirtless at the airport as he left the country.
Fans took to Twitter to slam the organisers for making the concert a disaster for them. "I absolutely love him as an artist and I'm very excited to be seeing him", 18-year-old student Rahul Tiwari, who had travelled from neighbouring Gujarat state, said.
They not just called it a "low on energy" show, but also observed Bieber lip syncing to many of his songs, which was quite a turn off.
Fans of the singer who might have made a decision to catch a glimpse of him in Agra and Delhi will definitely be a disappointed lot, but will have to make do with Justin's promise during the concert that he will be returning soon. He had the stage presence of khichdi.
Thousands of Indian Beliebers had gathered at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday evening to watch their star perform on stage. Plus kaafi lip sync. "(Lucky that my tickets were free:D)". "If you're going 2 lip sync, atleast attempt 2 sync your lips #JustinBieberIndia", wrote comic Kaneez Surka.
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Grammy Award-winning and worldwide pop sensation Justin Bieber arrived in Mumbai around 2 am on Wednesday for his first ever concert in India.
Clearly, Justin is keeping everyone on the edge of their seats from the time he's landed in Mumbai.
The pop star has also become the first male artist to debut at number one in the USA pop charts twice.
Bieber's performance was jazzed up with 600 moving lights, 300 square metres of LED displays and a stunning display of firecrackers.
Bollywood heavyweights such as Alia Bhatt, Ayan Mukerji, Dia Mirza, Sonali Bendre and Arjun Rampal joined thousands of other screaming fans for the eagerly-anticipated event.