When Himesh goes missing on the sets of Saregamapa ….
This is related to again Himesh Reshammiya, the composer whom most love to hate. There were many points in the show which is actually putting a question mark � Was the mentor actually present there on the sets during the 7th July show?
Yes, Himesh was present in the beginning, for the Josh gharana comments. But it seems he had other commitments, so he gave his responsibility to Adi n left (but not before playing on the Mauli-Adi issue). After that, whenever Adi finished with his comments on contestants, Himesh would suddenly pop up with repetitive praises that clearly looked pre-recorded. And then they would show clips of Adi looking embarassed. It was clearly a cut-and-paste job.
Now let us just go through few very minor details that happened in the show. Himesh was never shown commenting on the awesome performances rest alone others. He did not even make a single comment on the performance of his favorite Aneek Dhar, who wowed everyone with his performance. Neither was he shown ever to interact with the mentors, except during the Josh Gharana performance rounds. Otherwise all shots of Himesh were solo shots.
Now we come to the most interesting part which actually raises our eyebrows. If you watch the performances by Harpreet, Aneek, Nirupama, Raja and Joy and watch the aerial shots, it’s clearly evident that Himesh is not there on his seat. There are just four mentors sitting there instead of usual five. Also after Yalgaar Gharana contestant Poonam�s performance, Ismail Durbar shakes hands with Shekhar for agreeing to sign the contestant in their band. The hand-shake took place with both of them in their seats – Himesh was not present in between them, as he usually is.
In one of the shots Shekhar is also seen sitting on the Rock Gharana mentors chair!! Himesh seems to have taken this opportunity to prove himself as an actor after the huge success of his film Aap ka Suroor by giving in some best solo shots which gave us a wrong notion that he was actually present in the shot.
Credits for the post and images goes to Shrividya Rajesh of Indiaforum