B’D Spl: Find out how the giant-Shekhar duo was formed when musician Shekhar had to pay Rs 1,672 for three eggs.


Many couples of musicians are very famous in Bollywood. Musical instruments like ‘Kalyanji-Anandaji’, ‘Laxmikant-Pyrelal’, ‘Shankar-Jayakishan’, ‘Jatin-Lalit’, ‘Selim-Sulaiman’, Sajid-Wajid have given many songs in this movie which are very famous. Such a musician duo has spread in Bollywood. The duo of musicians Bishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani have been active in the film world for a long time. The pair sang one-on-one songs that held people’s tongues. Today is Ravjiani’s birthday. Born on November 29, 1976, Shekhar trained with Ustad Niaz Ahmad Khas.

Shekhar took part in the reality show ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ as a contestant. He then composed his first song in the film Par Meng Kabi. Shekhar had success with the 2003 film ‘Jhangkar Beats’. He also won the ‘New Talent Hunt RD Burman’ award for his song ‘Jhankar Beats’.

How was the giant-shekhar pair formed?
Bishal-Shekhar teamed up in the film industry. In an interview, Vishal said that he and Shekhar are working together on the film ‘Pyaar Amar Kavi Kabi’. They decided to work together because of their good understanding. After that, the two gave each other a hit song.

When Shekhar had to pay Rs 1,672 for 3 eggsIn November 2019, Shekhar shared a picture of a hotel bill. In fact, Shekhar ordered three eggs for himself at the Hyatt Hotel in Ahmedabad. When his bill came, he was surprised to see it. The price of three eggs was written on the bill at Rs 1,672. He shared a picture of the bill on his social media, which people shared a lot.

Bishal-Shekhar composed the music for these films

‘Unknown’, ‘Dirty Picture’, ‘Bang-Bang’, ‘Gippy’, ‘Om Shanti Om’, ‘Happy New Year’, ‘Zinda’, ‘Ra-One’, ‘Shaadi Laddu’, ‘Words’, ‘Slam-Namaste’, ‘Tashan’, ‘Tisarmarkhana’, ‘Hatrick’, ‘Karma’, ‘Knock Out’, ‘We Are Family’, ‘London Dreams’, ‘Kurban’, ‘Kamine’, ‘Friendly’, ‘Das’, ‘Bluffmaster’, ‘I Hate Love Stories’, ‘Jhangkar Beats’, ‘Kante’, ‘Kahani’, ‘Anjana-Anjani’, ‘De Tali’

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