KBC 13: Sonu Nigam Talks About His Father! (Photo Credit: Instagram)

Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam talks in regards to the primary ideas of life that he inherited from his mother and father, on the ‘Shaandaar Shukravaar’ episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 13. He can be seen as a particular visitor with well-known singer Shaan. During the present, Sonu opened up about his personal journey of turning into profitable and the way his father performed a significant function in it.

Talking to host Amitabh Bachchan about his mother and father, Sonu mentioned that his mom taught him all the nice habits of claiming ‘thank you’, ‘sorry’, greeting everybody by saying ‘Namaste’ as such. His father, however, ingrained in his kids life values.

Sonu Nigam shared: “He told me a really great thing that still echoes now, and I must really count my luck because I still remember it, and I follow it. My father told me you’re eighteen now, you’ve come to Mumbai to become a singer. Now you’ll perform on stage, you’ll have a girlfriend, and slowly you will get distracted. But, you should be focused on your ‘riyaaz’, on your work life, and remember why you’ve left home in Delhi and come here”.

Continuing additional, Sonu Nigam added: “More so, because we had a good life back in Delhi, I had begun to do stage shows and was earning money as well. When my voice transformed from that of a child to a man, he came with me to Mumbai and showed me this is where Laxmikant Pyarelal lives, of course we knew where you lived, Amitabh Bachchan’s house; Anu Malik lives here, we met Usha Khanna ji, Sachin Pilgaonkar ji, and a lot many such honourable people. My father then told me, ‘Either you work hard now and then live life lavishly or live life lavishly now and later grind stones.’ I caught on to his saying and in my early days worked hard and the credit goes to my father.”

He goes on how even after a few years, his earned cash goes to his father: “I also want to share that I still do not know how to fill cheques and there’s no locker in my house. So, if my wife needs money, she tells me, I tell Saira and Saira calls my father. And he says, ‘What happened? Are the monthly expenses a lot this time?’ I am 48 years old and till date, if I have earned 10 rupees, it goes to my dad. I want that father should always be giving us and never have to take anything from us,” he concluded.

KBC 13’s ‘Shaandaar Shukravaar’ airs on Sony Entertainment Television.

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