Kumar Sanu’s voice, a cure for many revealed on Super Dancer Chapter 3
The upcoming episode of Sony Entertainment Television’s kid’s dance reality shows Super Dancer Chapter 3 will be a mix of dance, music, fun, and masti in the presence of a guest, Kumar Sanu. While the contestants, as usual, put up some great performances on famous Kumar Sanu songs, each performance was a special dedication to mother’s on the occasion of Mother’s Day. Kumar who was seen enjoying every moment on the show, entertained the audience, contestants and judges – Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Anurag Basu, and Geeta Kapoor by singing some of his most loved songs like, Sajan, Chura Ke Dil Mera, Ankh Marey and many more.
While the fun continued, contestant Prerna and Guru Bharat’s performance really took Kumar Sanu by surprise. Prerna and Bharat performed on the song, ‘Kuch Na Kaho’ which depicted Kumar Sanu’s real-life story. The performance revolved around a paralyzed patient who gets better as soon as he listens to the song, ‘Kuch Na Kaho’ which was sung by Kumar Sanu himself. Further, it was revealed that Kumar’s songs are used as a therapy to cure paralyzed patients.
Talking about it further, Kumar Sanu adds, “Yes, the story is true. There is a hospital in Switzerland who claim that one of their patient who is paralyzed responds every time he listens to my song, ‘Kuch Na Kaho’. I was called to the hospital and my voice frequency was analyzed by the experts. Later, it was declared that my voice frequency is capable enough to cure patients for paralysis and will be used across the hospitals in 240 countries.”
The eminent singer has sung around 20,000 songs in his 40 years of singing careers and the fact that his voice is capable of curing patients is marvelous.