After winning four Lifetime Achievement Awards this month, veteran singer-composer Bappi Lahiri has now been honoured by The World Book of Records, UK as Originator of Disco Beat in Indian Cinema, Jimmy Jimmy is World's Most Popular song.
The World Book of Records - London, one of the mammoth organisations that catalogues and verifies a huge number of world records across the world with authentic certification, has acknowledged the contribution of Bappi Lahiri to global music with his immortal song 'Jimmy Jimmy Aaja Aaja', which is an anthem in Russia and has been translated in Russian and Chinese, has been part of the original score of Adam Sandler's Don't Mess With The Zohan and Top of The Chart number, rendered by Mia. Besides the above, 'Jimmy Jimmy Aaja Aaja' is also sung by various singers the world over. Such is its popularity. Bappi Lahiri is also acknowledged by the global organisation for being the Originator of Disco Beat in Indian Cinema.
World Book of Records - London is a paramount international organisation inspiring people to showcase their talent. Under the gracious patronage of Virendra Sharma (Member of Parliament, England) , Dr. Diwakar Sukul (London - England), Karin Heschl (Vienna - Austria), Dr. Ulrich Berk (Wurttemberg - Germany), M. Vasconcelos da Silva (Sao Paulo - Brazil), Abel J Hernandez (Bogota - Colombia), Anil Audit (Port Louis - Mauritius) and Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court , Advocate (India) , it encourages people to break or set new records at national or international level.
Says Santosh Shukla, President - World Book of Records, "We all are born with a specific purpose to contribute something exclusive to the world through our exclusivity, through our hidden and extreme potential. It is a platform for all humans in this world to showcase their unique and remarkable talent and inspire the world to go one step further and progress from strength to strength."
Adds Bappi Lahiri, "It has been one long journey with innumerable accolades over nearly five decades and over 600 films. But there is something special about 'Jimmy Jimmy'. It always has followers in every part of the globe. Such adulation brings tears to my eyes. It is the love of my fans that keeps me going."