Singer-composer Bappi Lahiri will be conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award at the San Francisco Global Movie Fest. He says this 'adulation' keeps veterans like him 'alive and going'.
"It feels great when the audiences love you. It is this adulation that keeps us alive and going. (I am) Eagerly looking forward to the San Francisco Global Movie Fest this August," Lahiri, known for songs like "Tamma tamma loge" and "Oh la la la", said in a statement.
The event is scheduled to be held from August 7-14.
Also, Lahiri will create a buzz for his latest album "Slumstars".
"I have been in Mumbai for 36 years and 'Slumstars' is my tribute to little children with fire in their heart and melody on their lips," he added.
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