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Mumbai, April, 11 (CINEWS): Artist Hard Kaur has as of late said no Bollywood on-screen character other than Shraddha Kapoor can sing great. There are various Bollywood on-screen characters who have turned vocalists in the later past, including Priyanka Chopra, Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt and Shraddha.
In a meeting with SpotboyE, Hard Kaur said singing only one tune does not transform an on-screen character into an artist. The rapper was inquired as to whether she considers performing artists turning artists a risk and she said: “What danger? Acche hote toh risk hoti (They would have been danger on the off chance that they were great).”
At the point when asked who she considers a decent artist among them, the “Glassy” vocalist said, “None. Perhaps with the exception of Shraddha Kapoor. I think she is a decent artist. I am not a fanatic of these performers for their singing abilities; however as on-screen characters, they are great. I additionally acted in ‘Patiala House’. That doesn’t make me an on-screen character. Much the same as acting in one film doesn’t make you a performer, singing a tune in a film doesn’t make you a vocalist.”
Shraddha Kapoor had loaned her voice to tunes like “Galiyan” from “Ek Villian ” and “Bezubaan Phir Se” from “ABCD 2.” She has as of late sung the sentimental track “Sab Tera” from her up and coming motion picture “Baaghi.”
On the other side, Priyanka’s single “In My City” had ended up being industrially effective and the performer was adulated a great deal for her singing aptitudes. She then turned out with another single, “Intriguing,” that highlighted Pitbull. She had likewise sung the melody “Chaoro” from the film “Mary Kom.” Sonakshi Sinha, as well, had made her singing presentation with the single “Aaj Mood Ishqholic.” Alia Bhatt had loaned her voice to the tune “Sooha Saha” from “Interstate,” furthermore rendered an adaptation of “Samjhawan” from “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania.”