'Ek Hasina Thi' my first song without nasal voice: Himesh
After shedding his cap, singer turned actor Himesh Reshammiya has now done away with his nasal twanged singing style in his new film 'Karzzzz'.
"Yes, the song 'Ek Haseena Thi' is the first song I have sung without any nasal twang. Since it was a Kishore Kumar song, I did not change its style," Himesh told us.
"Normally, I sing songs in high octave. That gives it a nasal twang, but for this song, I sang in medium octave," he explains.
'Karzzzz', a remake of Subhash Ghai's 1980 blockbuster 'Karz' is scheduled for release this Friday.
'Ek Haseena Thi' would be the sole song taken from the original film. "I have composed the other seven songs in the film, which are very contemporary," he says.
Sharing his frustration on being on a strict diet of boiled, bland and grilled meals, he says it is hard for him to sacrifice his love for pizzas and ice-creams. That frustration of being on a diet led him to compose the song 'Tandoori Nights', he discloses.
When asked whether it is easy or difficult to compose music for his own films, he says, "It is very challenging and risky. The responsibility lies on my shoulders entirely".
He had earlier declared that he would compose only for his own films.
While talking of the remake film, he says the producers have kept the original film 'intact'. "The story, characters and many scenes are the same. But in the second half of the film, there is a twist," he says.
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