S P Balasbrahmanyam would have been enthralling us extra in the present day together with his distinctive voice had the merciless COVID-19 not taken him away from us. It is a sort of loss that the Indian music trade won’t ever recuperate from. He was a document holder for singing most songs in a day. He wasn’t only a singer however an actor and a well-known dubbing artist as nicely. In truth, he has dubbed a number of Kamal Haasan films into Telugu. However that is not all. The late singer had dubbed for Will Smith when Hancock launched in 2008. SP Balasubrahmanyam’s Final Hindi Track Was For This Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone Movie (Watch Video)
Yup, not kidding in any respect! In truth, SPB, as he was fondly known as, bought into the entire voice appearing area fairly by accident. Talking to an internet portal a few years again, SPB recalled, “Dubbing happened by chance. You could say I was trapped. The pooja for the film Manmadha Leelalu was on and I went there. Even before this, the people involved in the film had sounded me on this possibility but I had politely refused and asked them to give me songs instead. At the pooja, they were running a scene and they asked me to read out a dialogue, which I did. At the end of it, the people gathered clapped, patted my back and said my voice was recorded. They also told me that I could not go back now and had to do the whole film. Gradually, I began enjoying this.” SP Balasubhramanyam’s Last Song Will Be For Rajinikanth’s Annaatthe (View Pics)
Check out a scene from Hancock’s Telugu dubbed version
In August last year, SPB tested COVID-19 positive. He had posted a video on Facebook to inform the same. But soon his health deteriorated. Although did test negative after a while, the complications arising from the infection led to his demise on September 25, 2020.
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