5 Unforgettable Moments from Pepsi Battle of the Bands Finale!
5 Unforgettable Moments from Pepsi Battle of the Bands Finale!

5 Unforgettable Moments from Pepsi Battle of the Bands Finale!

Pepsi Battle of the Bands 2018 grand finale was disclosed last Sunday. The arresting challenge has at last arrived ...

Updated 16 May, 2019 02:17pm

Pepsi Battle of the Bands 2018 grand finale was disclosed last Sunday. The arresting challenge has at last arrived at an end and we will miss seeing the week after week scenes. The season allowed us two months of astounding melodic recollections and revealed a different pool of ability. Once more, Pepsi has completed an excellent activity at advancing Pakistan's music through the band culture – presently resuscitated and acknowledged.

The enthusiastic voyage that started with in excess of 400 groups has attracted to a nearby with profound Xarb and the ground-breaking Bayaan. Pakistan voted in favour of their preferred band and we should concede that an ultimate conclusion was hard to wager on! The last scene was out and out splendid and kept us on the edge of our seats from the earliest starting point as far as possible.

Let's gather the best minutes from the excellent finale that made the scene a night to recall,

1 ) Strings leaving us awestruck with a new version of ‘Yeh Hai Meri Kahani’

We have all been fans of the band’s iconic track that was featured in Bollywood movie ‘Zinda’. For the BOB finale, Faisal Kapadia and Bilal Maqsood improvised the gripping melody and we bet the song will be on a loop in your playlist!

2) Meesha Shafi’s taking us on a spiritual ride with ‘Mein’

All those who follow the songstress on Twitter would know how excited Shafi has been for her new release. The best part about the musical piece was the use of Tibetan singing bowls in the rendition. With their magical sound, Meesha and the band gave us goosebumps as they performed the mystical melody. The track has gone viral on social media in no time and is being called Meesha’s best tune yet!

3) Shahi Hasan bringing Junaid Jamshed’s Legacy Alive

J.J along with his band ‘Vital Signs’ were the ones who set the bar for pop and rock music in Pakistan. His band member and Pepsi Battle of the Bands music producer and mentor, Shahi Hasan seized the chance and recreated the icon’s patriotic tune ‘Maula’.

Watching his band perform the evergreen piece and dedicating it to our homeland, may have been a proud moment for Junaid Jamshed.

4) Fawad Khan Wowing us with a Phenomenal Original

The heartthrob effortlessly stole the spotlight in the show as he set the stage on fire with a rare melody ‘Satrangi’. Dressed in white, Khan and his band delivered a grand musical routine, complete with the beat of drums, dhol and ‘daandiya’’

5) The moment when Pepsi Battle of the Bands winner is revealed

We have seen Xarb and Bayaan battle it out in musical war zones various times in the past few weeks. We could not have been more proud of them as they performed for the final time in the season. Bayaan made us fall in love with them all over again with their moving number “Sab Nahin Milta”

Meanwhile we saw Xarb performing and rocking the stage with their song Kashmakash

And afterwards came the nail-gnawing minute, we as a whole had been hanging tight for! The hosts declared the champs of the Pepsi Battle of the Bands Season 3 and we at long last came to realize who was Pakistan's generally cast a ballot.

The winning band is none other than 'Bayaan'. The young men took the desired trophy home winning a money prize of 5 million rupees, a collection contract with Pepsi shows crosswise over Pakistan and lifetime of sovereignties on their music! The sprinter ups Xarb did not go with practically anything and got a money prize of 25 lakh rupees and a collection contract.

The Director Marketing PepsiCo, Salman Butt took to the stage and applauded the show’s success along with its powerful impact on band culture in the nation. Take a bow, Pepsi! The beverage powerhouse did what was much-needed, making it loud and clear that the brand will continue to promote Pakistani talent and music for years to come.

The article was originally published by Brand Synario