Kishore Kumar: Kishore Kumar used to win the hearts of people with his voice and acting, let’s know some unique unheard stories related to his life

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Entertainmen: t”Kishore Kumar” A name of the cinema world whose contribution can never be forget. It has been 35 years since Kishore, a versatile singer known for his magical voice, said goodbye to the world, but he is still alive in the hearts of people and will always be. Even today, the song of Kishore Kumar touch the heart. At the same time, apart from song, he also proved his acting talent in many film. So let us tell you today about some unique unheard stories related to the life of Kishore Kumar-

Kishore Kumar used to eat food on loan in the canteen

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Kishore Kumar was born in 1929 in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh. His father’s name was Keylal Ganguly. Her father was a lawyer by profession and mother was a housewife. His real name was Abhas Kumar Ganguly. The youngest of the sibling, Kishore Kumar was very mischievous since childhood. He did his school from Christian College, Indore. An related to his student life is very interested. During his study, Kishore Kumar used to eat food on credit in the canteen. Once this loan of his had reached from Rs 5 to Rs 12. After this, whenever the canteen owner asked him for money, Kishore used to ignore his word by singing song in different styles while playing glasse and spoon. He used this song even later.

Kishore Kumar used to sing in female voice too.

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Kishore was a good singer as well as was not behind in acting. And the surprising thing is that he could also sing in the voice of a female singer. The song ‘Aake Sidhi Lagi Dil Pe Jaisi’ from the 1962 film ‘Half Ticket’ was sung by Kishore Kumar in both male and female voices and the most important thing in this was that he recorded the song in one go. And this song prove to be a super hit.

Mastmoula was Kishore Kumar

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Kishore Kumar was a very moody person. When he wanted to, he used to record a song in one go, but he used to not sing no matter how much money he was given if he did not have the mind. An interested anecdote is told that he once told a friend that when we are about to die, we will tie all the money on our chest and then we will die.

Kishore Kumar had put up this special board outside the house

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It is said that Kishore Kumar had put up a sign board at the gate of his house, which read “Beware of Kishore”. An anecdote related to this is also in the limelight that when producer-director HS Rawail was going out of his house to meet him, then Kishore cut his hand, when Rawail asked, Kishore replied that after entering my house. First you should have seen the board.

Kishore Kumar passes away

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Very few people know that Kishore died on the same day as his elder brother Ashok Kumar’s birthday. On 13 October 1987, Ashok Kumar had kept his birthday party. Many big personalities attended this party, but on this evening Kishore Kumar said goodbye to the world. After this Ashok Kumar never celebrated his birthday. Kishore was such a star of the music industry whose song people still like to listen to. Evergreen songs like ‘Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi’, ‘Mere Samne Wali Khidki Mein’, ‘Mere Sapno Ki Rani Kab Aayegi Tu’ are still the most listened to today.

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