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Bora Drljaca

Bora Drljaca

Bora Drljaca


Bora was born in the Yugoslavia during the World War II to Serbian father Branko and mother Stoja. His mother died during the war, when Bora was still a toddler. He has no memories of her and no pictures. His father later got married with a new wife, after the war. According to Bora, his worst days in his life was when the Yugoslavian wars started, Bosnian television didn't want to play his songs because he was Serb and Serbian television didn't want to play his songs because he was from Bosnia. Read more on Last.fm
Bora was born in the Yugoslavia during the World War II to Serbian father Branko and mother Stoja. His mother died during the war, when Bora was still a toddler. He has no memories of her and no pictures. His father later got married with a new wife, after the war. According to Bora, his worst days in his life was when the Yugoslavian wars started, Bosnian television didn't want to play his songs because he was Serb and Serbian television didn't want to play his songs because he was from Bosnia. His biggest hits are "Ne namiguj na me tuđa ženo" (Don't wink at me, you other person's woman), and "Plači, mala, plači" (Cry, baby, cry), written by Baja Mali Knindža. Family: Bora is a widower and lives in Belgrade, Serbia.

He has two married sons He is very popular in MIJOC, a high school in Split, Croatia Trivia: Bora's deeds are also immortalized in a song by his protege, Tofko Saskin, "Djeda stari pravi lom" (Old grandpa makes chaos". The song is sort of homage to Bora's "Dođi da te deda malo izujeda" (Come and be bitten by grandpa). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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