In a Facebook live meeting, Abhijeet Bhattacharya talked about how his music made entertainers famous and how his melodies transformed a couple of them into stars.
Abhijeet Bhattacharya is probably the best vocalist in the Bollywood business. His voice resembles enchantment, and he has given us the absolute best songs till now. Aside from his singing, the vocalist is additionally known for his intense assertions, and he is breaking the web with one more one of his. During one of his Facebook live meetings, the artist talked about a ton of things from his vocation in playback singing, and he proceeded to call Akshay Kumar‘ Gareebo Ka Mithun Chakraborty’.
Indeed! You heard that right. Abhijeet likewise proceeded to guarantee that his tunes made Akshay the star that he is today. Continue to scroll further to understand what he said.
In a Facebook live meeting with India.com, Abhijeet Bhattacharya talked about how his music made entertainers mainstream and how his melodies transformed a couple of them into stars. He said, “I’m made to sing just for the stars, not for the entertainers. Regardless of how great I sing, if the individual isn’t a star, it’s anything but worth anything. There’s Shah Rukh Khan on one side, and there’s Suniel Shetty on the other. Presently, SRK is a star. He has a class when he talks, and Suniel has got this harsh and intense allure connected to him. Each time somebody chose to minister a melody for Suniel, it must be forceful and wild. I sang for both Suniel and SRK. Every one of my melodies picturised on both the entertainers was a hit.”
Abhijeet Bhattacharya then, at that point discussed Khiladi Kumar and the start of his fame. He said, “My music made Akshay Kumar a star. At the point when he was dispatched, he wasn’t a star. He was before known as ‘Gareebo Ka Mithun Chakraborty’ like how Mithun was known as ‘Gareebo Ka Amitabh Bachchan’. Music is amazing to such an extent that it’s anything but an entertainer into a star, regardless of whether it’s Dev Anand, Raj Kapoor, or Rajesh Khanna. Akshay turned into a star after Khiladi (1992 film for which the artist had sung numerous famous melodies including Waada Raha Sanam), and every one of his motion pictures were named as Khiladi later. My voice has fit them all. These are the entertainers who weren’t stars previously, yet my tunes transformed them into stars”.
All things considered, we don’t have a clue what to say to this. Everything we can hang tight for is Akshay to respond to Abhijeet’s assertions. In any case, do you concur with the artist’s assertions? Offer your considerations in the remarks area beneath.