We have heard the proverb “Jack of all trades, Master of none”. Well, in Kishore Kumar’s case, he was the master of all trades. A one-person guy to have been given with numerous unusual talented gifts. He was, is, and will be the music industry’s marvelous voice as well as the best actor in the film industry. He was very creative, and his personal space was always filled with paradoxes. Here are some exciting stories that you need to know.
Kishore Kumar was a terrible singer. Whenever he tried to sing, his family used to mock him or covered areas listening to him as a kid. But later, his voice transformed to be one of the best and a massive change to the music industry.
Kishore Kumar was a prankster at heart. And so there was the song in the 1958 film Chalti Ka Naam Gadi, Paanch Rupaiya Barah Anna. The story behind this song was inspired by a real-life event from Kishore Kumar’s college days where he owes ₹5 and 12 paise to his college canteen.
Kishore Kumar was very insecure about his physique, and so he never took off his black overcoat. And hence, his trade outfit was the black overcoat, white pajamas, muffler, and leather sandals.
Though Kishore Kumar was a very well-known and famous singer as well as an actor, the thing that should have been his strength was a phobia for him. He had stage phobia as well as he was timid. In 1970, it was Sunil Dutt who helped him fight and overcome his fears.
Kishore Kumar was a devoted fan of K.L. Saigal, Rabindranath Tagore, and a massive admirer of Hollywood star Danny Kaye. Kumar used to hang posters of these three personalities and bow before them every day respectfully.
Listed above are a few of the many unique tactics and funny, exciting stories of Kishore Kumar. If you want to know more, do tell us in the comments below.