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New Delhi, August 26: Rapper and singer Badshah revealed his moment of admiration for the legend Gurdas Maan, and shared that he was the reason behind his entry into the world of music.
In the upcoming episode of India’s Got Talent, Gurdas Maan, better known as Maan Sahab, will grace the stage of the reality show.
The maestro, whose thunderous voice has graced the music industry with numerous chart-topping hits, is all set to witness the prowess of the Top 14 contestants.
Amidst all the performances and candid talks, Baadshah will have a moment of admiration as she chats with the living legend, Gurdas Mann,
The rapper shared: “In my house, Maan Sahab’s songs kept playing. One of the biggest reasons for my interest in music was Maan Sahab. My parents weren’t inclined towards music, but Maan Sahab had a great influence on the music that was playing in my house. It is said that a child’s personality begins to develop between the ages of 5-6.
“We started listening to Maan Saab’s songs at that age, so maybe that’s why these good lessons came into our lives. His songs make you learn something from them. People who follow me on social media know we have big pictures of Maan Saab in our house. And the children don’t call him by his name, they call him “Babaji.”
Moreover, Badshah said that his only daughter’s first live concert was Maan Sahab’s.
“The first concert of my life was at Chandigarh University, and it was Maan Sahab’s concert. My daughter’s first concert was also Maan Sahab’s. Not only that, but the first gift my daughter received was also from Maan Sahab. There are artists trying to fill the arenas but artists like Maan Sahab They actually did that 15 to 20 years ago.”
“And he’s one of the only artists who fills not only the stadiums but the arenas. Now, I don’t know why, but people are complaining that Glitter makes less music. But he’s still a legend, and he doesn’t need to.” Badshah added, “They’re constantly releasing songs because people are still listening to it.”
‘India’s Got Talent’ is broadcast on Sony Channel.
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