Former Bigg Boss 14 contestant Jaan Kumar Sanu has said that his father Kumar Sanu has hasn’t helped him in his career and his is not afraid to speak the truth.
Jaan Kumar sanu a son of legendary Bollywood singer kumar sanu was part of Bigg Boss 14, he had good game inside house and gained immense popularity with his charm throughout his game. In the show we saw Rahul vaidya marked Jaan as Nepotism product and said that Jaan doesn’t have a personality of his own and is in the show only just because he is the son of legendary singer Kumar Sanu. later rahul apologies to jaan for the remark.
Recently, Singer Jaan has said that although he has yet to talk together with his father, noted playback singer Kumar Sanu, about certain misconceptions, he’s confident that their relationship won’t be affected.
On the show, Jaan spoke about his parents’ separation before he was born, and said that his father hasn’t had much of a presence in his life. Kumar Sanu, on the opposite hand, had said that he has tried his best to assist Jaan in his career as a singer.
In an interview to The Times of India, Jaan said that his father’s influence in his business life has been limited. “There were misconceptions that i’d be getting tons of help from my father as he’s a noted singer. I wanted to dispel those misconceptions. i’m not afraid to talk the reality aloud,” he said.
He continued, “I still need to speak to my dad about it because we haven’t got an opportunity yet. But at the top of the day, he’s my father and things will get cleared out as we are family.”
Jaan in an earlier interview had said, “My father has never been part of my life. I even have no idea why he never supported or promoted me as a singer – you’ll ask him why.”
His father, in response, had told TOI, “He asked me to call a couple of industry people that i do know. I called Mukesh Bhatt ji, Ramesh Taurani ji and a couple of others, and Jaan visited meet them, but now it’s up to them if they need to offer him work. In fact, when Jaan wanted to be a neighborhood of a number of my live concerts, I let him join me for a couple of.”