He has confessed to be in a peacefully balanced relationship with his three wives and five children. But singer and actor-turned-farmer Lucky Ali says he is a hard nut to crack. “I am not an easy person to get along with. I’m very moody,” said the 53-year-old.
He, however, spoke fondly of his third wife Kate Elizabeth Hallam, a British model, to whom he got married in 2010. Together, they have a son named Dani. “The mother (Kate) and son are doing fine and are currently in England with my in-laws for a vacation,” said Ali, who was recently in the Capital to perform at the Hard Rock Café.
When asked if his new album Rastaman has any similarities with the singing legend Bob Marley’s album Rastaman Vibration, that was launched three decades ago, Ali quickly replied, “No, it is not inspired by Bob Marley’s album. The name of the album comes from Hindustani word rasta (road) and English word man.”
While Ali emphatically said ‘no’ to a Bollywood return, he is looking forward to star with his son Raiyan in an international production, Upparwala Hazir Ho. An environmentalist at heart, Ali is also busy expanding his farming projects. “We are planning agro farming in Shri Harikota, Wellington and Bangalore,” he said.