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Thursday, March 27, 2014
Bappi Lahiri, Chitrani, Debojit, Bandana and others stormed Zee Bangla Tumi Je Amar.
Prasenjit Chatterjee and Rachana Banerjee invited celebrity couples in Zee Bangla Tumi Je Amar Program on 26th March, 2014. The celebrities included Bappi Lahiri and his wife Chitrani, Debojit Saha and his wife Bandana, Raja and his wife, and Mehtab and his wife.
Bappi Lahiri came and sang the song “chirodini tumi je amar, jugejuge ami tomari”. It was his super hit songs composed and sung in Prasenjit Chatterjee’s super hit film Amar Sangi. In fact Prasenjit Chatterjee rose to fame with the success of Amar Sangi. Rachana Banerjee said there are a lot of actors who are indebted to the singers like Udit Narayan, Kumar Shanu, Sonu Nigam and others for their own success. In case of Prasenjit Chatterjee majority of his hit songs were composed and sung by Bappi Lahiri.
In the second round East Bengal Soccer team captain Mehtab was asked which food he liked during jamai shashti. He said mutton curry, while his wife said Ilish bhape. Raja Sen was asked to hear 3 songs including “rani mai tu raja” from film Son of Sardaar, and “raja ko rani se pyar ho gaya”. When he and his wife was asked which song both of them preferred they said it was “raja ko rani se pyar ho gaya”. Both Raja and his wife selected “Raja ko rani se pyar ho gaya” for being a soft romantic number.
When Debojit’s wife Bandana was interviewed she said she had faced a lot of struggle with Debojit. He had a secured job in Assam in Public Works Department. He left it and pursued a music career in Mumbai. During the struggling days Bandana continued her own job when Debojit did not get success. Then the Zee TV Saregamapa program came up and Debojit became a star overnight.
When Prasenjit Chatterjee asked Bappi Lahiri which song he used to sing for his wife Chitrani. He said it was “pyar manga hai tumhi se”. Bappi Lahiri sang many of his own songs “u lala u lala”, “ulte debo sab palte debo” to name a few.
Prasenjit Chatterjee and Rachana Banerjee anchored the program very well.