PM Modi Remembers Mukesh On 100 Birth Anniversary Neil Nitin Mukesh Feels Honored | PM Modi remembered melody maestro Mukesh on his 100th anniversary, said

PM Modi remembers Mukesh: Voice magician Mukesh had his 100th anniversary on Saturday. On this special occasion, the fans of Mukesh present all over the world remembered him. At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also bowed down to the king of music, Mukesh. PM Modi called Mukesh a melody maestro through Twitter and recalled his heart touching performances. This tweet of PM Modi has been retweeted by Mukesh’s grandson Neil Nitin Mukesh.

PM Modi remembered Mukesh by tweeting
Remembering Mukesh through Twitter, PM Modi tweeted, ‘Remembering the maestro of melody Mukesh on his 100th anniversary. His evergreen songs elevate the emotions to a great level. He has left a different mark on Indian music. His golden voice and heart touching rendition will continue to mesmerize people for centuries.

Neil Nitin Mukesh wrote this
Mukesh’s grandson Neil Nitin Mukesh expressed his gratitude to PM Modi by tweeting. He wrote, ‘Greetings Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. I feel grateful and honoured. This is a proud moment for the entire Mukesh family. My father and I thank you. Your tweet on this day has touched our hearts.

Mukesh was the voice of Raj Kapoor
Born on 22 July 1923 in Delhi, Mukesh started his singing career in 1944. He made his identity not only in the country but also abroad by singing many memorable songs. Mukesh sang most of the songs for Raj Kapoor. After Mukesh’s death, Raj Kapoor had said in an interview that after his death it felt as if he had lost his voice. Mukesh had 5 children. His son Nitin was also a singer. Nitin’s son Neil Nitin Mukesh has tried his hand as an actor in Bollywood.

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