K for Kishore: Challenger Special (18th Episode)
(Band Karo Shor, Play Only Kishore Mach Gaya Shor, Har Taraf Hain Kishore) This week it was the turn of challengers to challenge our super 6 in the show. The challengers were selected after a rigorous sessions. As in the 17th episode, today’s show was also a day for the challengers to show the world […]
(Band Karo Shor, Play Only Kishore Mach Gaya Shor, Har Taraf Hain Kishore) This week it was the turn of challengers to challenge our super 6 in the show. The challengers were selected after a rigorous sessions. As in the 17th episode, today’s show was also a day for the challengers to show the world their talent and love for the great singer. Yesterday’s episode marked some good performers like K. Shailedra, Rex D’Souza, Abhijit Ghosal, Arif Sheikh, Jimmy Felix, and Sikandar Ali. These challengers have been brought forward by Tata Indicom, IBN 7 and Radio Mirchi.
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Anil Shrivastav – Kabhi Bekasi Ne Maara
Today’s episode began with the first participant Anil Srivastava. He sang the song Kabhi Bekasi Ne Maara from the movie ‘Alag Alag’ (1985), with music from R D Burman and lyrics from Anand Bakshi. He challenged Milind Ingle. The audience, judges and Milind appreciated anil’s performance too.
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Yuvi – Chahiye Thoda Pyaar
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Bobby – Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas
The next participant Yuvi challenged Apurva stating that Apurva is a good singer but he lacked the stage presence and Apurva also accepted this challenge. Yuvi performed the song Chahiye Thoda Pyar from the movie ‘Lahu Ke Do Rang’ (1987), music composed by Bappi Lahiri. The next performer to come to challenge Chintan Bakiwala was Bobby. He chose the much loved number ‘Pal Pal Dil ke Paas’ from the movie ‘Blackmail’ (1973), with music by Kalyanji Anandji.
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Amanat Ali – Phoolon Ke Rang Se
The next participant to come on to the stage today had come all the way from our neighbouring country, Pakistan to pay his tribute to his Guru. Amanat Ali, who comes from a well known musicians’ family sang the very romantic Phoolon Ke Rang Se from the movie ‘Prem Pujari’, with music by S D Burman. He was the second challenger from Pakistan to challenge Nayan Rathod. Nayan requested him to sing a Salil Chaudhury composed that Kishore Kumar sang for the movie ‘Jeevan Jyoti’, Amanat Ali took some time but finally he was able to sing ‘Maujon Ki Doli Chali Re’.
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Aveek Mukherjee – Chingari Koyi
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Rinku Malik – Manzilen Apni Jagah
The next participant to come on stage showed a lot of courage and determination to challenge his own physical disabilities to embrace the gift that god has bestowed upon him. Rinku Malik, who was visually impaired, arrived on the stage to pay his tribute to his idol. He performed on the song ‘Manzilen Apni Jagah Hain’ from the movie ‘Sharaabi’ (1983), music composed by Bappi Lahiri.
Amit Paul, who was the next challenger, was unable to participate as he had taken ill. The decision to keep him as a challenger in the stage, led to a debate between the judges and the participants.
We also had some guests from IBN 7 and Radio Mirchi Mr. Sandeep Chaudhuri and Shonali, respectively, who came down to boost the morale of their challengers.
The judges finally, selected Sikandar Ali, Amanat Ali, K. Shailendra, Rex D’Souza, Anil Srivastava and Amit Paul. Bappi Lahiri requested Rinku to give a performance every week on the stage though not as a participant.
With this the show came towards a closure for this week, with lots of hope for yet another great show.
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