‘I wanted to become a cricketer and not a singer’, says singer Tochi Raina

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Playback Singer Tochi Raina, who known for songs like ‘Kabira’ and ‘Iktara’.

The singer says, “The song has both my daughter and mother’s name in it, he said. He also shared that he takes at least two to three weeks time before selecting any song. I bring the song home, understand its meaning, study the whole song and then sing it.”

Talking about his childhood Tochi Raina says he aspired to be a cricketer.

He said, “I wanted to become a cricketer and not a singer.”

Further he said, “Being an independent musician means you have to trust and believe in your song. I have been an independent artiste for the past 14 years.”

He recorded a music album ‘Tochinaamah’ consisting 3 song, Saaiyaan, Jamoora and Akela from Moxx Music Company in Delhi.

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‘Tochinaamah’ is his own philosophy of life in the form of musical work.–CINEWS

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