Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs - Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik take a trip down to the 90s on the show

Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik visit the sets of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs.
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The music tracks of the 90s still linger in our minds and we never stop listening to them. We miss listening to the songs of Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu, Abhijeet Bhattacharya on the big screen.

But, in yesterday's episode of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs, we got to see Udit and Alka Ji making a special appearance on the show. The musical duo was one of the best we had when it comes to romantic songs. Both have crooned to chartbuster songs namely Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Chand Chupa Badal Mein, Dil Ne Yeh Kaha Hai Dil Se, Jaane Kyon, Ae Mere Humsafar and many more.

Udit and Alka had a gala time on the sets of the music reality show which is judged by Himesh Reshammiya, Neha Kakkar and Javed Ali. Both of them performed with contestants on their superhit songs. Udit's son Aditya Narayan, who hosts the show left no stone unturned in pulling his dad's legs.

When Aditya asked Udit if he had ever flirted with Alka, he admitted to it by saying yes. At the start of the show, Udit went on to say, "I have met Alka after a long time. I don’t know how she keeps herself so busy."

Udit and Alka's camaraderie put the audience in splits and they had a fun time throughout the show.

Did you enjoy watching the fun-filled episode? Let us know in the comments below.

Meanwhile, check the pictures and videos too from the show.

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