To me,music is oxygen & I know that someday even if I can’t sing,I can always continue listening to it.
I have to say that my biggest Award is performing in front of my fans. Their love is my award.
If you strive for excellence, success will follow
Titles or awards are not the mark of your success. They are the beginning of a life-long sadhana.
An award means a lot to me. It brings happiness along with a kind of fear. It brings fear because the award is the responsibility which audiences have put on us. So a singer winning an award should always try to give best of him to the audiences.
As someone who worships music, I believe it can never be ugly!
There is a very big forgiving side in me that keeps me very light in my heart and happy.
I like my father being the boss in my life
I can say this much with confidence - that I now have a sound of my own
I truly get very emotional when I am performing and see their (Fans) love for me.
I consider music to be very sacred and I feel I'm blessed to be born with a talent which allows me to make the best of it.
It’s a great feeling to be wanted but it’s more exciting to be inaccessible.
It’s very difficult for me to appreciate my own songs as I criticise them a lot.
I believe that when the going gets tough, you should just hit pause. Assimilate what is happening for 10 minutes. Your thoughts will be much clearer.
I actually have a lot of couples coming & telling me that one of my songs was instrumental in strengthening their romance.
I learnt to sing in Bengali, my mother tongue, then went on to sing in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati and every possible Indian language.
My father has been the silent force behind my success. My mother has been a constant source of guidance in my career.
My dad's intense love for art and music is what drove me to learn music
The good thing is that there is a constant need for innovation, which is important in the evolution of music and sound.
It's not that we don't have talent in our country; the talent is, in fact, not required today.
I appreciate art in any form. So it applies to clothes as well. On stage, I think people prefer me in Indian outfits... in fact, it goes with the kind of songs I sing as well. Indianness in the form of a sari, or a chaniya choli or jeans with something interesting, matches my style of singing.
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