The Kapil Sharma Show preview: A musical night with Kumar Sanu and Sameer

But when his father, who was quite an orthodox man, got to know, he slapped him hard. 0
Comment(s) His father even told him that he can never sing or earn money like this. There, Bhatt convinced Kumar that the film and the album will make history for his company. Sameer will share that Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle couldn’t sing with Kishore Kumar as he used to always crack jokes during pre-recording that resulted in the sisters losing their concentration. He will share that he and Mahesh Bhatt went to meet Gulshan Kumar in his office. It was Sameer, who requested Mahesh Bhatt to step in as he was finalised to direct the film. Kumar Sanu was slapped by his father during his first stage performance
Going down memory lane, Kumar Sanu will recall his musical journey. Mahesh Bhatt convinced Gulshan Kumar to produce Aashiqui


While conversing with Kapil Sharma, Sameer will reveal that Gulshan Kumar didn’t want to produce Aashiqui and was more interested to produce only its music album. Advertising

It will also come as a revelation for many, when Kapil Sharma will reveal their real names. Terming it as one of his best songs, Sameer will share that his wife refused to believe that he had dedicated the song to her. While Sameer’s real name is Shitala Pandey, Kumar Sanu’s name is Kedarnath Bhattacharya. And the filmmaker also vowed that if it didn’t work, he will never direct a movie again. Talking about his first stage performance, he will share that it was on a railway track, where he had to sing in front of a mafia gang. Gulshan Kumar not only agreed to produce the film but also promised extensive marketing. Why Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle couldn’t sing with Kishore Kumar
While Kapil Sharma would be reminiscing about Kishore Kumar’s musical journey, Sameer will reveal an interesting fact about the late singer. He will reveal that he only agreed to perform because he was scared. “Dekha Hai Pehli Baar”- Sameer’s dedication to his wife
Sameer will go on to share that he was inspired by his wife when he penned “Dekha Hai Pehli Baar” for Saajan. When he had told her, she refuted it by saying that he may be one of the best lyricists but is a bad liar.