Singer Arijit Singh came to Zee Bangla Saregamapa Little Champs Program on 23rd August, 2013. He came, saw and conquered.
The judges of the program namely Kumar Shanu, Akriti Kakkar, Joy Sarkar and Koushiki welcomed him in the show. The anchor of the show Jishu Sengupta told Kumar Shanu that it was an occasion when the singer of the older Ashiqi film and the singer of the present film Ashiqi 2 is seen together.
Jishu Sengupta asked Kumar Shanu and Arijit Singh to come to the stage and sing the songs of Ashiqi film. Kumar Shanu sang his famous song “sanson ki zaroorat hai jaise” from the film Ashiqi. Arijit Singh sang his song from the film Ashiqi 2.
Arijit Singh recently had sung many impressive songs in Bollywood films and also Bengali films. He came to the stage and sung the song “phir le aya dil” from the film Barfi. The film was an excellent film. The song was composed by Pritam Chakravarty. Arijit Singh had also acted as an assistant to Pritam for some time.
In 2013, all his songs in the film Ashiqi 2 had become super hit. Some of the songs included “tum hi ho”, “meri aashiqi”, to mention a few.
His song “kabira” in the film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani became smash hit. Ranbir Kapoor’s film did business of 189 crores this year and one of the reasons for extreme success was the melodious music.
His song “Kashmir me tu kanyakumari” from the film Chennai Express also became super hit. Shahrukh Khan’s film had made business of more than 200 crores and is declared the greatest blockbuster of 2013.
Arijit Singh sang many super hit songs in Bengali films. Some of his hit songs included “Dadagiri, title track” in the Bengali Zee Bangla Program Dadagiri, “na re na” from the film Bojhena Sei Bojhena, “din khon mapa ache” from the film Hawa Bodol.
In 2013 his songs in Jeet’s super hit film Boss also became very popular. Some of his hit songs included “mon majhire”, “icche joto uriye debo”.
The child participants were appreciated by Arijit Singh. They were encouraged by his statements. Jishu Sengupta anchored the program very well.