Mahesh Bhatt graced the stage on the singing reality show `Indian Idol 14`. He remembered the legendary singer Kishore Kumar, expressing how Kishore would always be the best time in the studio.
Kishore Kumar will always be remembered as a legend who changed music space in India forever. He is best known for his songs, `Chala Jata Hoon’, `O Mere Dil Ke Chain` Tera Mujhse Hai Pehle Ka’, ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’, ‘Yaadon Ki Baraat Nikli Hai’, among many tracks another. This weekend, “Indian Idol 14” hosted Mukesh Bhatt, in the episode titled “Director Mahesh Bhatt’s Challenge”. Mahesh Bhatt, who completed 49 years in the entertainment industry, made his first appearance on the famous show since its inception.
Mahesh also challenged the Top 15 contestants to bring out the inner emotion packed in every Kishore da song. The prize? a chance to win a vinyl of his 1984 film `Saaransh’
In a heartwarming moment that happened Indian Idol 14, Menuka, a visually impaired contestant, took to the stage to sing a rendition of Kishore Da’s legendary song `Gali Mein Aaj Chand Nikla`. Menuka’s soulful voice opened something within Mahesh Bhatt, who immediately seemed to be in tears. The filmmaker’s eyes were visibly tearing up as he took in the melody being played. In the video, Shreya Ghoshal is seen matching pitch with Menuka while singing. Mahesh even went on stage to hug Menuka; he is said to be saying, `Tere paas voh dil hain, sabsa zyaada dil hain`
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Pooja Bhatt’s elder daughter Mahesh Bhatt took to Instagram to post the video praising the contestant. She told him, “It is not art, but HEART, that conquers the whole world!”
Soon enough, the comments section was filled with emotional comments. “Bhatt sahab bahut hi acche dil ke aadmi hai, hamesha talents ko support karte hai,” wrote one fan.
Another user said, “Alka Ji’s singing in this song made me want to fall in love! She captured the nostalgia so beautifully. I don’t think anyone else could have done that song better than her. Pooja ji, your performance of the song was incredible. I just understood what you wanted to express as an adult. So beautiful! (sic.)”
“I was 20 years old when I looked at zakhm for the first time, randomly. cry and smile at the same time. If you are reading this pooja mam, tell your father that the impact of the -great by himself and his strength and his work on someone far away. .)” read another comment.
“One of my favorite songs & zakham movie. Listening to this young lady singing gave me goosebumps & felt this song vibrate through my spine. Simple wow (sic.)” wrote another user.
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