This is how Bappi Lahiri came up with the idea of ​​a disco dancer song, anecdote shared on India’s Got Talent

B‍P Lahiri is no longer in the world, but her memories will live on forever. At the same time, she received a tribute this week on India’s Got Talent. Her son Bappa Lahiri and her daughter Reema Lahiri came to the show where they shared some memories related to his father and the famous music composer. Bappi Lahiri’s daughter, Reema Lahiri, who came to the show, shared an anecdote related to her father during this time. /p>"text alignment: justify;"When it comes to the popular songs of Bappi Lahiri, the first disco dancer comes on the tongue. But you may not know the story behind the creation of this song. Reema Lahiri said that when her father went to the disco for the first time in America, seeing the atmosphere, the music there, he came up with the idea to do this song and then Bollywood got a tremendous song.

 

 
 

 
 
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<p estilo="text alignment: justify;"At the same time, Bappa Lahiri's son, Bappa Lahiri, also came on the show, who also shared some beautiful memories related to the father. Bappa shared an anecdote related to one of his songs, Yaad Aa Raha Hai Tera. Actually, this song was filmed before at Kishore Kumar. But this song was first recorded by Bappi Lahiri for the film shoot. At the same time, when Kishore Kumar heard this song, he refused to sing it. Actually, he realized that he can't sing the way Bappi Lahiri has sung this song. So this song stayed as it is.

 

 
 

 
 
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<p estilo="text alignment: justify;"It is worth noting that on February 15, the famous music composer Bappi Lahiri passed away. He was sick for a long time and was also under control of the coronavirus last year. Now, after his death, he received a beautiful tribute on India's Got Talent.

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