The evergreen singer, actor Kishore Kumar, is celebrated on August 4. Kishore Kumar, who gave his voice to songs like 'Zindagi Ek Safar Hai Suhana', 'Ek Girl Bheegi Bhagi Si', 'Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi', was born on 4 August 1929 in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh and died on 13 October. Took place in 1987. Kishore Kumar's real name was Abhas Kumar Ganguly. Many singers have come and gone in Bollywood but the magic of Kishore Kumar's voice is still intact. Let's tell you an interesting story related to Kishore's birth anniversary ...
Kishore was influenced by KL Sehgal's songs and wanted to become a singer like him. Kishore Kumar arrived in Mumbai at the age of 18, wanting to meet Sehgal. Kishore did not have work after coming here, so he started singing in the ceremony. And one such day came when Kishore Kumar came to be known as the most expensive singer in the 70s and 80s.
It becomes necessary to mention the incident with Kishore Kumar regarding Rajesh Khanna's superhit film Anand. Anand was not to cast Rajesh Khanna in the film, but Kishore Kumar, but something happened that the film fell out of Kishore Kumar's hand and fell into the hands of Rajesh Khanna.
Actually something happened that Kishore Kumar had a fight with a Bengali director, at that time Kishore Kumar was counted in the top singer. So that's why Kishore Kumar told his guard that if a Bengali came to his house, then drive him away without talking to him. The same day, Hrishikesh Mukherjee went to meet Kishore Kumar with an offer for his film Anand.
Then what was the guard of Kishore Kumar drove him away as good and bad. Hrishikesh Mukherjee was very angry with this and gave up the idea of taking Kishore Kumar in his film and later Rajesh Khanna was signed in this film. The film became a superhit. Later when this thing reached Kishore Kumar's ears, he fired the guard, but the anger of Rishikesh Mukherjee was still high. He did not cast Kishore Kumar in any of his later films.