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Bollywood restricts your creativity as an artiste: Lucky Ali

bollywood Updated: Nov 15, 2013 18:37 IST
Anirban Das
Anirban Das
Hindustan Times
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Lucky Ali likes to keep a low profile. Known for his distinct voice, the singer delivered quite a few hits in the past decade. However, he has been missing in action for sometime now. He blames his absence on the fact that the music industry compromises on quality in a bid to churn out tracks in bulk.

“Bollywood is all about doing the most number of films and singing the most number of songs. It’s about quantity rather than quality. This industry makes you a prostitute. It pushes you to work more and restricts your creativity as an artiste,” says Lucky, who has lent his voice to a song in an upcoming film titled, Huff! - It’s Too Much.

Currently, the ‘Sunoh’ singer is also working on multiple projects. “I’ve collaborated with composer Prashant Pillai on an album called Buried. I am also doing a song for (composer) Rajeev Bhalla for the film, Dil Patang. Besides, I’m working with Mikey McCleary on a few songs. These things give me the freedom to create the music I wish to,” he says.