Reel to Real: Shraddha Kapoor to turn a singer
With the increasing competition, our Bollywood actors are striving hard to make their presence felt in the industry by learning new things every now and then. It seems megastar Amitabh Bachchan popular punch line of the currently running KBC - 'Seekhna Bandh Toh Jeetna Bandh' holds true today in this big industry!
Like every other actor, even Shraddha Kapoor is striving hard to add more feathers to her cap. The young actress, as a child had taken her music lessons as she was very fond of singing and is also gifted with a beautiful voice. Thus Shraddha Kapoor has an ear for music and absolutely loved the music of her film, AASHIQUI 2 which was a rage among the audiences as well.
Shraddha Kapoor played the role of a singer in AASHIQUI 2 and since she had a background in music it came naturally to her. She played the role without much effort and with spontaneity. Taking an inspiration from her character, Shraddha has decided to re-start taking her music lessons and this time take it up more seriously.
Shraddha says, "I am really keen to start my music riyaz once again. Playing Arohi only reminded me how much I missed doing it."
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