One of the greatest all-rounder Hindi cinema to have ever found was Kishore Kumar. He was not just a singer but a well-known actor, composer, director, producer and many more. He had a funny persona around him but there was a fondness for pathos in his voice.
Kishore Kumar could be moody and all humorous at one time and then there was this side of him that was linked to humour and sadness around him. He was an amazing singer and could have made you feel every emotion oozing with his voice, and that was his best part.
Tragic in his voice was Kishore Kumar’s speciality. He was identified by it. Despite being an unschooled singer, he was amazingly skilled in singing. Singing such sentimental songs with perfection and adding the right masala to it was the art that he had captured through years.
Some of Kishore Kumar’s songs like Zindagi Ke Safar Mein, Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, Ghunghroo Ki Tarah Baja Hi Raha, O Majhi Re Apna Kinara, Mera Jeevan, Mere Naina Sawan Bhadon, O Saathi Re are remarkable and proves that he was indeed the Master of Pathos Songs.