In India, there is no one who is not familiar with the name Kishor Kumar. Till today people lose their senses when they here his voice. When Kishor Kumar stepped into Bollywood to become an actor, destiny had his own plans. While he shone as an actor, his melodious voice and effortless singing charmed the audiences. During the 70s and 80s, his fans loved him for his profound melodies, yodelling and comic timing.
He was an institution in himself, enrobing too many hats. He was an actor, singer, screenwriter, producer, director, and composer. Kishore went on to direct movies like 'Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi', 'Zindagi', and 'Door Wadiyon Mein Kahin'.
There are many known facts about the legend which is known by fewer people. One of the amazing and stunning fact is the signboard outside his Warden road bungalow. The legendary filmmaker and singer is that he used to put up a signboard outside his bungalow which read 'Beware of Kishore'. Not only that. He was a recluse who was often found talking to plants in his garden. It was hilarious for many of the visitors but it was also a strong warning. Once he bit H.S. Rawail's hand when he offered him a handshake. When he asked about it, Kishor Kumar pointed at the sign.