Guests on the Show: Veteran playback singers – Alka Yagnik and Kumar Sanu.
Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik comes on the stage and sings Ladki Badi Anjaani Hain.. from the movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hain (KKHH 1998, Some Things Happen) with a thunderous applause from Kapil and the audience. Kumar ji comes close to Alka mam and Kapil welcomes both. Kumar Sanu speaks that he has never thought to come on Kapil’s show in his entire career. Kapil responds that instead of him speaking with Kumar ji about it, Kumar ji is playing the same trick with him. Mrs. Sharma comes in and calls Bittu. Mrs. Sharma welcomes them in Bengali and speaks Bhale Lago Opna hi Ghar samjho, Kumar sanu and Alka mam becomes impressed, and even Alka mam starts to speak in Bengali – Maine Bengali Bolti. After seeing them conversing in bengali, Kapil interrupts and makes a joke by speaking that his programme has been shifted to DD Bangla (Doordarshan) invoking a laughter and also apologizing to his audience.
Mrs. Sharma wants Bittu to calm down and says that she spoke in Bengali as she was having a good time with the guests and calls them as soothing and enchanting music-wise. Bittu taunts on Mrs. Sharma and says that if she repeats the sound Papa..multiple times then it will sound like a hen’s sound Papa..Papp.. invoking a laughter and making her embarrassed. Sooner, Alka mam and Kumar ji decides to teach singing to Mrs. Sharma (she calls her Manju) and Bittu respectively. Alka mam is confident that Mrs. Sharma will sing well and Kumar ji asks her on the romantic song which they are going to teach them. Mrs. Sharma is dressed in a pink Saree and dances with Bittu while singing Suraj Hua Maddham..Chand Dhalne Laga from the movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (K3G – year,2001) in a cute way. Bittu also sings in soft tone and looks at her eyes with love, and then stops and wishes to drink water invoking a laughter. Mrs Sharma informs Siddhu that Bittu sang for her two lines for the first time and she is very happy about it.
Kapil speaks about the fans of Alka mam and Kumar Sanu and opens the floor to the audience. A man from audience speaks that he is a fan of both of them and regards them as big and popular singers. He also praises on their participation in reality shows. His wife speaks that they sing the duet song from Kuch Kuch Hota Hain which Alka mam and Kumar ji sang at their home and wants to sing on the song on-stage. Kapil then invites other couples on the stage and now they have 3 couples. Audience (first of them) – a family are also seen on the stage and seen singing – Dheere Dheere Se Meri Zindagi mein Aaana. While the woman sings well, the man forgets the lyrics but remembers the tune during his singing. Kapil then taunts him by highlighting the man’s army background and his hold on strong dialogues and his weakness on singing a song. Laccha comes on the stage and wants to dance with Alka mam and Kumar ji and thinks that they will have fun. Laccha dances on the Dilbar Dilbar song from the movie Sirf Tum (1999, starring Sushmita Sen and Sanjay Kapoor) with lots of energy and moves with Alka mam and Kumar ji applauding him. From last week’s preview, Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik were seen to talk on their anecdotal experience and she reminds him on leaving in haste with two girls in his car for which he doesn’t have an answer and smiles. Kapil signs off by sharing a quote from a smart poet – Umra Jawaani Phir Na Muskarayi Kabhi Bachpan ki Tarah Maine cycle bhi khareedi maine Khilona bhi lekar dekh liye.. [Once we passed our childhood and reach old age, then life didn’t brought to us the feelings of childhood again and even I tried to buy bicycle and toys but in vain]. Kapil suggests that time once leaves doesn’t come back therefore wants people to enjoy, have laugh and keep watching his show.
* Alka Yagnik:
She was born on 20 March 1966 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. She is a noted playback singer of Hindi cinema with a career spanning three decades. Some of her accolades and contributions are,
– 7-time Filmfare award winner for Best Female Playback Singer out of 35 nomimations
– 2 time recipient of National Awards; She collaborated with many music composers. Some of them are Laxmikant-Pyarelal; Nadeem-Shravan; Jatin Lalit; Anu Malik; A. R. Rahman; Rajesh Roshan; Anand-Milind; Himesh Reshammiya; Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
– At Age 6, started singing for AkashVani (All India Radio); Read more on her Wikipedia page
* Kumar Sanu was born on 23 September 1957 in Kolkata, West Bengal. He is noted for his contributions as a playback singer of Hindi Cinema
– Won Filmfare Best Playback Singer Award for five consecutive years.
– Awarded Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian honour in 2009.
– Collaborated with music composers – Nadeem-Shravan, Jatin-Lalit and Anu Malik.
– Read more on his Wikipedia page
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