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‘Munni badnaam’ singer Mamta Sharma stopped singing for films as she was ‘getting typecast’

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‘Munni badnaam’ singer Mamta Sharma stopped singing for movies as she was ‘getting typecast’

Singer Mamta Sharma shot to fame singing superhit dance numbers similar to Munni badnaam hui, Fevicol se and Tinku jia, however she says she quickly realised her voice was getting typecast recording such songs. “I felt I used to be getting typecast for nearly 5 to 10 years. Solely after that folks realised I may sing one thing totally different as effectively. Singers get typecast, too. In case your tracks are mellow, you’ll all the time maintain getting mellow tracks to sing,” Mamta tells IANS.

To evade the picture lure as a singer of raunchy dance numbers, Mamta stopped singing in Hindi movies. To present an extra push to show her versatility, she has always been singing mellow, soulful tracks through the years. She is correct now prepared with the romantic observe, Yaar dua.

“I ended singing extra songs round 2015. Until then I used to be doing so many dance numbers of the identical genres, with the identical preparations. I began fascinated with what I ought to do and the right way to proceed. That’s once I received throughout YouTube channels and began coming throughout impartial music. I got here throughout a unique music (label) and so they approached me to sing ‘Raj raj akhiya roya’ with Bohemia. I felt it was good and mellow. I realised this was one thing new and I actually loved it,” she remembers.

The video of her new track, Yaar dua, options real-life couple and TV stars, Dipika Kakar and Shoaib Ibrahim. Speaking in regards to the observe, she says: “The track is about feeling love by means of anyone else’s story. I’ve been actually grateful to God that I’m a part of this story. It’s a very stunning observe. I’ve been listening to it time and again and can’t recover from this.”

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