New Delhi: On the 89th birth anniversary of Kishore Kumar, fans showered their love for him like no one else could. #KishoreKumar has been one of the top trends on twitter on Saturday.
Apart from his other fans, Bollywood celebrities, music composer Vishal Dadlani, filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar and singer Shaan conveyed their wishes on Twitter.
While some quoted lyrics from his songs and made special videos to pay tribute to the late iconic singer, others just flooded Twitter by writing heart-felt wishes.
Kishore Kumar’s Hamein tumse pyaar kitna, Khaike paan banaras waala, Saagar kinaare, Pagh ghungroo bandh and Roop tera mastana, Ye shaam mastani, Zindagi ek safar hai purana, are some tracks which are still alive in the hearts of today’s generation. Kishore Kumar was a multilingual singer and sang in several regional languages including Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada, Bhojpuri, Malayalam and Urdu.
Check out how fans and celebrities showed their love for him:
— Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) August 4, 2018
— Madhur Bhandarkar (@imbhandarkar) August 4, 2018
— Shaan (@singer_shaan) August 4, 2018
Happy Birthday Versatile Prince #KishoreKumar ji, He was awesome in the background as well, Here is the video from the studio while recording 'Naach Meri Jaan'. Don't miss Jaikishan, Legendary composer. pic.twitter.com/KRNNWiAliQ
— Bhaiyyaji (@bhaiyyajispeaks) August 4, 2018
One of the most remarkable artists to walk on our land, #KishoreKumar, entertainer extraordinaire as a singer, composer, musician, comedian, actor, and what not. On his birth anniversary, I would like to pay my tribute to the nation's beloved 'Kishore Da'. pic.twitter.com/GDKNm3Ofsl
— Babul Supriyo (@SuPriyoBabul) August 4, 2018
— VISHAL DADLANI (@VishalDadlani) August 4, 2018
— Desh Deepak Misra (@ddmisra) August 4, 2018
an interview to be read for all times! the one and only #KishoreKumar interviewed in 1985 by @PritishNandy. "Who says I am crazy? The world is crazy, not me!". https://t.co/eaYakxPue1 pic.twitter.com/lw833teIwA
— Ajit Ranade (@ajit_ranade) August 4, 2018
Singing in diverse styles, he left a lasting impact with his vigorous style of singing. pic.twitter.com/YqfF83JOJn
— NFAI (@NFAIOfficial) August 4, 2018
#DidYouKnow #KishoreKumar won 8 Film fare Awards for Best Male Playback Singer & holds the record for winning the most Filmfare Awards in that category. His unreleased last song was sold for Rs 15.6 lakh at the Osian's Cinefan Auction, New Delhi in 2012. #ThisDayInHistory pic.twitter.com/5jXbeAKAPz
— HISTORY TV18 (@HISTORYTV18) August 4, 2018
— VIDYASINGH (@vidya7281) August 4, 2018
Happy Birthday Kishore da!
A humble tribute to an immortal voice we all love!
I enjoyed singing it, hope you enjoy it too!!
–#KishoreKumar #kishoreda #legend #rain #lucknow pic.twitter.com/VNgEiJEOAx
— Pankaj Bhadouria (@BhadouriaPankaj) August 4, 2018
— K . Chandrakumar 🤔 (@kurup62) August 4, 2018
Listening to easily hummable songs of legendary #KishoreKumar has been a part of growing up….great companion in unfolding human emotions.:happy/sad/philosophical/romantic/introspective..His soulfoul voice did the magic on millions like me.😊🙏
— M (@manishamisra) August 4, 2018
Kishore Kumar, who was born as Abhas Kumar Ganguly, died at the age of 58 on October 13, 1987. His talents were not merely confined to playback singing. He was also known for his acting prowess and his bold persona. His many-fold talents also included directing, producing, composing and even songwriting. Kishore Kumar had won 8 Filmfare awards for playback singing.