Bappi Lahiri may have left us all today, but his memories and stories will always be remembered. But do you know that once Bappi Da got angry with Karan Johar.
Karan and Bappi Lahiri
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Bappi Lahiri (Bappi Lahiri) passed away on Tuesday night. Bappi’s departure has shocked not only his family, fans but also the entire Hindi cinema. Although Bappi is gone today but his memories and songs will always be in our hearts. There is also an anecdote related to Bappa Da when he once met Karan Johar. (Karan Johar) were annoyed. Actually, Karan’s film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Ae Dil Hai Mushkil) Bappi Da’s song was used in a scene after which there were reports that Bappi is angry with Karan. What happened was that in a scene in the film, Ranbir Kapoor sings Bappi Da’s hit song Taki O Taki by doing Taki O Taki. Bappi and his sons were very disappointed by Bappi making fun of this song.
Bappi’s son Bappa, while talking to a website, said that he did not like that his song should be made fun of. He had said that when he told this to his father, he was also disappointed.
At the same time, when Bappi Lahiri was asked about this, he had said, why would I feel bad. Who am I to blame? If the makers of the film make a legend like Mohammed Rafi, then I am nothing compared to him. It is clear that these people do not know anything about music, so you cannot be angry with these people. If those people do not know about their responsibility, then to be angry with them, it does not make any sense.
Let us tell you that Bappi started learning Tabla from the age of 3. He was trained by his parents only. After this Bappi started working as a music composer in the Bengali film Dadu. At the same time, he started his career in Hindi cinema with the film Nanha Shikari. However, he got popularity from Aamir Khan’s father Tahir Hussain’s film Zakhti.
Songs in many languages of Bappi
Bappi Da has sung songs not only in Hindi and Bengali but also in languages like Tamil, Telugu, Kannada. His hit songs include hits like Disco Dancer, Tamma-Tamma Loge, Yaad Aa Raha Hai, Tamma-Tamma, Tune Mari Entriyan.