K for Kishore: Hum To Mohhabat Karega (6th Episode)
Kishore Kumar Dil Se The show today started with a controversy on the non-acceptance of female Kishore Kumar fans to get a chance to perform in the show. The beautiful Rajeshwari became fiery with this evident question. She wanted the judges to allow girls also to compete. While Sudesh Bhonsle tried diplomatically avoid the presence [...]
Kishore Kumar Dil Se
The show today started with a controversy on the non-acceptance of female Kishore Kumar fans to get a chance to perform in the show. The beautiful Rajeshwari became fiery with this evident question. She wanted the judges to allow girls also to compete. While Sudesh Bhonsle tried diplomatically avoid the presence of girls telling that male voice will suit the songs of Kishore Kumar. After hearing arguments from Rajeshwari and Aditi Paul, Aditi became the first female Kishore Kumar fan to come on ‘K for Kishore’ stage. Even the current participants were divided in opinion and some did welcome female participants while some discarded the idea.
Discussion – Can women participate in K for Kishore?
Finally, after the three judges decided upon allowing the first female singer to sing. Aditi Paul won all hearts with the foot tapping number ‘Rim Jhim Gire Saawan’. The judges were all wooed over as well and to this, even Sudesh wanted to request the channel to have at least a special episode for female singers if not participate in the competition.
Aditi Paul – Rimjhim Ghire Saawan
The first singer to come the stage was Jhumroo Arnab Chakrabarty. He related himself with the philosophical song from ‘Parichay’ (1973, R. D. Burman), ‘Musafir Hoon Yaaron, Na Ghar Hai Naa Thikana’. Amit really appreciated it and it was a pleasant welcome by Arnab telling that as Amit had given him less marks in the last episode and it made him try and sing better. Bappi Lahri found himself lost in the song and Sudesh Bhonsle found the evenness of Kishore Da’s voice in Arnab. Arnab scored the highest score till date in ‘K for Kishore’. He got an amazing 25.
Arnab Chakraborty – Musaphir Hoon Yaaron
Bangdu Saurabh Ghosh followed him. He sang the sensual yet soulful ‘Chingari Koi Bhadke’ from the all time hit movie ‘Amar Prem’ (1971), music composed by R. D. Burman. He was unable to win the hearts of the judges like Arnab. Bappi found his expressions not matching the song, Sudesh found him missing pitch controlled and tune, and Amit suggested him to sing from his heart. He got a total 17.
Saurabh Ghosh – Chingari Koyi Bhadake
One of the most ardent fans Sameer Memon from the Jhumru team tried to sing a song quite different from his persona. He sang the serious and poignant song ‘Mein Shayar Badnam’ from the movie ‘Namak Haram’ (1971) with the music composed by R. D. Burman. He had adorned a very serious look which was unusual with him. He even sang the ‘Aaj kal Ki Ladkiyon Ki Program’ and danced with Rajeshwari accepting the request of Sudesh. Amit said Kishore Kumar had taken three rehearsals before the taking the final recording. He found that though in the beginning he could not catch the rhythm, he definitely picked up later on. Bappi said he always enjoys watching him perform and it is always a fun. Contradictorily, Sudesh didn’t enjoy it. He managed a total of 18.
Sameer Memon – Mein Shayar Badanam
Sameer Memon – Suniye Suniye Aaj Kal Ki Ladkiyon Ka
Kishore Da rehersed Mein Shayar Badanaam thrice
The tenth singer of ‘K for Kishore’ in this episode was Bangdu Chintan Bakiwala. He came with the melodious and very philosophical ‘Zindagi Ke Safar Mein’ from the movie ‘Aap Ki Kasam’ (1974), another music composition by R. D. Burman. Sudesh found him working more towards presentation and losing the track of the song entirely. Bappi Lahri found the soul of the song missing. Amit Kumar said Kishore Kumar used to sing this song for Leena his wife.
Chintan Bakiwala – Zindagi Ke Safar Mein
Amit Kumar: Kishore Da used to sing Zindagi Ke Safar to his wife Leena
Jhumroo Nayan was the last one to perform in today’s episode. He chose the very philosophical ‘Oh Maajhi Re’ from the movie ‘Khushboo’ (1975), again music by R. D. Burman. Amit Kumar recollected R. D. Burman had cried while doing the recording of this song, he had found himself completely lost in the song. Nayan said he had knowingly chose a difficult song and Sudesh agreed that he could keep the difficulty of the song intact and sang really well. He scored a total of 22.
Nayan Rathore – O Maajhi Re
R.D.Burman cried during the recording of the song O Maajhi Re
The final part of the show brought the toughest part of elimination. Combining the total scores of judges Jhumroo team had scored the most yet, combining the audience scores Bangdu team finally received the Kishore Kawach.
From the Jhumroo team the singers and Kishore Da fans who were in danger of elimination were Harsh Vyas and Sameer Memon. According to combined scores, Harsh was in danger but as a rule the judges gave a tune for both singers to sing. Sudesh did the act by providing ‘Zindegi Ek Safar Hai Suhana’ involving a lot of yodeling. It was decided by audience applause and judges remarks that Sameer has to be saved.
K for Kishore Jan 05 – 12 – Sameer, Harsh – Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhana
Unfortunately, Harsh Vyas had to leave the stage where he had come with the wish to prove himself as the biggest fan. He was happy that he was able to pay his tribute to Kishore Kumar. Indeed a great show and great Kishore fans!
Judges – Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhana
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