Late singer Mukesh needed to borrow cash from a vegetable vendor as soon as so he might pay the varsity charges of his son, Nitin Mukesh has now revealed. (Also read: Neil Nitin Mukesh on comparisons with grandfather)

Recalling the monetary struggles that Mukesh confronted even after hit songs equivalent to Awara Hoon and Mera Joota Hai Japani, Nitin Mukesh mentioned, “I’ve by no means heard of anybody’s battle with so many ups and downs in life. He has gone days with out ingesting water and consuming meals, however the unusual factor is that he grew to become ‘The Mukesh Ji’ after singing well-known songs like Awara Hoon and Mera Joota Hai Japani, and but struggled for six to seven years after that.”

Nitin Mukesh on Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.(ZEE TV)

He added, “There was a time when he couldn’t afford to pay the school fees for me and my sister. I still remember that there was a vegetable vendor near our house who absolutely loved Mukesh Ji and was so fond of his voice that he offered to lend him some money. That’s how Mukesh Ji paid our school fees. Neither did he nor the vendor ever allow this information to reach us.”

The singer additionally mentioned their mother would inform them. “Our mother used to tell us everything, saying that ‘see how papa is going through a tough time’. These are memories that I will never forget, and I pray that I can follow in his footsteps. He never gave up and always said that he will emerge as a winner, and he did,” he mentioned.

Shankar Mahadevan additionally mentioned, “These stories are surely going to inspire and motivate all the contestants to work hard towards their dreams.”

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs airs on ZEE TV on weekend nights at 9.

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