Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has lent his unique baritone to many hit Bollywood tracks, considers himself a mediocre singer.
"I can't sing that well, I haven't even learnt it. I do it when some people ask me to sing. Due to modern technology today one can sing in tune. And with the help of it I have sung songs," said Bachchan, who has sung memorable songs like Rang Barse, Mere Angane Mein and Neela Aasmaan, in his films.
The 71-year-old actor attended the launch of Saregama India Limited's ghazal album, Destiny, last night. The album features songs by legendary singers Anup Jalota, Talat Aziz, Pankaj Udhas, and Sumeet Tapoo. "I would urge everyone to hear this beautiful album. It will give you all a lot of peace and a good sleep as well," Bachchan said.
"I am thankful to be here. Anoop Jalota has contributed tremendously to the world of music. We have had a close relation with Pankaj Udhas. I have liked Talat Aziz's songs," he added.