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Kishore Kumar quotes on singing, acting, love, movies, people, joy, etc.

8 Insightful Quotes By Kishore Kumar That Are Sure To Enchant You

Famous As: Indian playback singer
Born On: August 4, 1929
Died On: October 13, 1987
Born In: Khandwas, India
Died At Age: 58
Kishore Kumar was a celebrated Indian playback singer and actor. One of the most popular singers in the Hindi film industry, he started his career as a chorus singer at ‘Bombay Talkies.’ He sang in varied genres, from romantic numbers to peppy tracks. He bagged in eight ‘Filmfare Awards,’ and sang in various Indian languages, including Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Urdu, Gujarati, Bhojpuri and Assamese. In 1985-86, he earned the ‘Lata Mangeshkar Award.’ We have rounded some interesting quotes by Kishore Kumar which has been curated from his movies, dialogues and interviews. Scroll through quotes by Kishore Kumar on music, people, life, audience, love, singing, age, friends, movies, songs, friendship, youth, work, destiny, children, etc.

Love is the name of a thing that teaches a person how to sacrifice

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Every place of the world is beautiful in the sight of love

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Destiny can betray a man but god doesn't betray a man

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Most of the things that we desire in life are expensive. But truth is that the things that really satisfy us are absolutely free: love, joy and laughter

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If you want something you’ve never had… you have to do something you’ve never done…

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People bore me. Film people particularly bore me. I prefer talking to my trees

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I'm mad, true. But only about one thing. Horror movies. I love spooks. They are a friendly fearsome lot. Very nice people, actually, if you get to know them. Not like these industry chaps out here

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I have three best friends in this world. What's surprising is that they also happen to be your (audience) three best friends. They are Bachpan (childhood), Jawani (Youth) and Budhapa (old age).

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