Zee TV recently returned with its most iconic, longest-running singing reality show that has stayed relevant to music lovers across the country – Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2021. The show started with a bang, and this season’s talented contestants have already managed to impress the audience. However, viewers are in for a treat this Saturday as Kumar Sanu will be gracing the stage alongside the judges, Himesh Reshammiya and Shankar Mahadevan.

While all the performances by the contestants left the judges surprised, Kumar Sanu had a big announcement planned for Sanjana and her husband (Devendra). Kumar Sanu has been visiting the sets of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa frequently and has watched Sanjana’s life journey. On the special occasion of Valentine’s Day, Kumar Sanu decided to gift Sanjana and Devendra a chopper ride around Mumbai. Yes, that’s right! As we all know how Sanjana has been looking forward to achieving her dreams and her first step into it was participating in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and making a career in singing. Helping fulfil this wish list of one of his favourite contestants, Kumar Sanu also took the responsibility of taking care of the couple’s kids while they enjoy their chopper ride making this day even more special and memorable for them. Isn’t that just amazing and rare!?

Talking about her chopper ride experience, Sanjana mentioned, “I had never imagined I would sit in a helicopter in my entire life. There were times when Devendra and I would think before travelling by bus because we did not have enough money. And now when we went for this helicopter ride, I was so happy; I can’t even express it. It was one of the most memorable and special days for me and Devendra. We were flying in the sky looking at the beautiful view of the city of Mumbai. I would like to thank Kumar Sanu Ji for giving us this amazing surprise and taking care of our kids while we were away. And I will be forever grateful to Sa Re Ga Ma Pa for changing my whole life.”

Well, that was a really special gesture by Kumar Sanu for Sanjana and her husband, wasn’t it?