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About Sonu Nigam

Sonu Nigam is one of Bollywood's most versatile singers. He has sung in a variety of Indian languages and has also released Indian pop albums as well as acted in a number of films. He is widely regarded as the Lord of Chords.

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  • You have been a part of the industry for over two decades now. How has your journey been?
  • According to you, how has the industry changed or evolved? Do you think it has been for the better?
  • You are also a Bollywood music composer. Have you been composing any music lately?
  • What is your take on the current state of Bollywood music?
  • Is the struggle to enter the industry nowadays still similar to what it used to be in the past?
  • Are you being selective now with your film projects?
  • You are the only established Hindi film singer from your era who has been singing regularly in Marathi cinema. What is the reason for your fondness for it?
  • The musical scenario and the type of music have changed drastically from the time you started. How do you look at this change?
  • Many people say that it is difficult to distinguish the voices of male singers today, saying they sound similar and you can’t tell who exactly is singing. What’s your view on this?
  • What is the best part about singing for Bollywoood stars?
  • Do you think that singers don’t get the attention they deserve?
  • What issues is the music industry dealing with?
  • Tell us about your struggle to reach the top. What lessons can today’s aspiring singers learn from it?
  • You have been singing for over two decades now. How do you keep the interest level and energy up without being complacent?
  • There was talk that Sonu Nigam was on a sabbatical. Is that true?
  • Reality shows bring many talents from various corners of the country to the fore. But very few singers get opportunities to sing for Bollywood movies. Why?
  • You tried your hand at acting, but it did not work out. What do you think?
  • Do you feel that songs are now written and composed keeping the business potential of the concerts and shows in mind?
  • You collaborated with Britney Spears for the song ‘I Wanna Go.’ How did this collaboration come about?
  • Indian artists are often seen collaborating with Western artists. Why do you think there is this interest in Indian acts in the West and why is it important to you to record with Western artists?
  • You collaborated with Jermaine Jackson in a tribute song for Michael Jackson. How did Michael Jackson influence you musically?
  • Are you concerned that more actors are taking to singing their own songs in films?
  • You were singled out in the industry for some professional issues. How difficult was that phase?
  • What do you like doing the most among singing, acting and performing in concerts?
  • You have fans all over the world who would love to hear from you regularly. So, have you thought about returning to Twitter?
  • When do you get time to practice?
  • Did you want to become a singer since your childhood days?
  • “I don’t plan to open any music company”

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