It is rightly said ‘The depth of your struggle, determines the height of your success’, one such great example of success is the 90s romance king Udit Narayan. The evergreen singer has shouldered every second Bollywood song back in the 90’s with his rhythmic and wonderful voice; making us want to hear more of him. His contribution to the Indian music industry remains unmatched. And, celebrating this legendary music maestro and the glorious musical era of the 90s with much galore will be Sony Entertainment Television’s Superstar Singer 2’s Saturday episode themed ‘90s songs of 90s’. Promising to be a 90’s kids delight, the episode will be graced by the musical tri-murti of the 90s - Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal and Superstar Singer 2 judge Alka Yagnik. Not only will they bring in some 90s nostalgia but will also reveal some interesting tidbits about the 90s and some of their popular compositions.
In this special episode, the contestants will put their best foot forward to impress the judges and special guests as they will perform on some of the most iconic songs; leaving everybody in awe. One such contestant who charmed everybody especially the legendary singer Udit Narayan was contestant Mani. Superstar Singer 2’s very own Raja Beta leaving behind his comfort zone will give an outstanding performance on 90s melody mashup ‘Ae Ajnabi’, ‘Jaanam’ and ‘Kaisa Ye Pyaar Hai Allah Allah’. Seeing this little dynamite, special guest Udit Narayan will reminisce his childhood days as he saw his younger version in Mani.
Taking a stroll down the memory lane, Udit ji will go on to share that, “Seeing Mani today brought back flashbacks of my own childhood. I used to wear the same half pants, half shirt, and chappal. I remember my elder brother would carry me on his shoulder and take me to a nearby village which would have a mela. He would make me sing in front of them and they would then invite me to sing in the evening in the mela. And that is how my journey in music began.”
Further talking about Mani’s performance, he added, “All these contestants are brilliant. But there are few who are extraordinary and Mani is one of them. Bless you”. Truly touched by Mani, Udit Narayan, will be seen singing ‘Teri Ungali Pakad ke chala’ dedicating it to Mani and his love for his mother.
Don’t forget to tune into Superstar Singer this Saturday-Sunday at 8 pm only on Sony Entertainment Television