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Shaan reveals how Kishore Kumar has influenced his life
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Shaan reveals how Kishore Kumar has influenced his life

| @indiablooms | 08 Mar 2024, 02:46 pm

Iconic singer Shaan, who is all set to host the seventh season of Fever Network's iconic show Crazy For Kishore, has recently shared how legendary singer Kishore Kumar influenced his life.

Speaking at the launch of Fever Network's Crazy For Kishore Season 7, Shaan said, "Kishore Da is my inspiration. His stories, his legacy, his journey, in fact, this show has been so iconic, that I had to just do this!

"As Amit Da, has also been a part of this show earlier, taking forward the father-son connection, I am delighted to be here with my son Maahi. His recently launched song Sorry is winning hearts on radio and interestingly the very first song I taught him was Kishore Da's Aa chalke tujhe main leke chalu."

Guided by Shaan's direction, Crazy for Kishore Season 7 aims to deliver an unforgettable musical journey, honoring Kishore Kumar's legacy with a blend of tradition and innovation.

Listeners can relish the musical treat on Fever Fm station on Monday to Friday from 4-5pm and on Radio Nasha from Monday to Friday at 11am-12 pm and 10-11 pm respectively.

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