Superstar Singer 2: The famous singer Udit Narayan used to sing in the fair while sitting on his brother’s shoulder, told the story on the stage of Superstar Singer 2.

Udit Narayan

Really impressed by the performance of the superstar singer’s contestant Mani, Udit Narayan went ‘hold your finger’, dedicating his love for Mani and his mother.

The truth has been said ‘the depth of your struggle determines the height of your success’, one such example of success is the romance king of the 90s Udit Narayan (Udit Narayan). The evergreen singer lent his melodious and wonderful voice to every other Bollywood song in the 90s, and made our hearts want to hear him even more. His contribution to the Indian music world is unmatched. Now based on the theme of ’90s 90s Songs’, Sony TV’s Superstar Singer 2 celebrated this great music maestro and the scintillating music era of the 90s. During this, Udit Narayan also remembered his early days.

Promising a 90s kid’s delight, the episode featured the musical trinity of 90s – Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal and Superstar Singer 2 judge Alka Yagnik. He not only brought back memories of the 90s but also told about some interesting things from the 90s and some of his popular songs. In this special episode, the contestants did their best to impress all the judges and the special guests of the evening. She surprised everyone by performing on some of the most famous songs.

Udit Narayan impressed by Mani’s singing

One such contestant who mesmerized everyone, especially the unmatched singer Udit Narayan, was Contestant Mani. The raja son of Superstar Singer 2 went beyond his comfort zone and delivered a stellar performance on the 90s melody mashups ‘Ae Ajnabee’, ‘Jaanam’ and ‘Kaisa Yeh Pyaar Hai Allah’. Seeing this little dynamite, special guest Udit Narayan remembered his childhood days, because he saw his tiny form in the gem.

Seeing Mani remembered my childhood

While taking a walk in the streets of memories, Udit Narayan said, “Today I came back to my childhood days after seeing Mani. I used to wear the same half pants, half shirt and slippers. I remember my elder brother carrying me on his shoulder and taking me to a nearby village where a fair used to take place. He used to ask me to sing a song in front of him and then he would invite me to sing at the fair in the evening. This is how my journey in the field of music began.