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?Obscenity in videos bad?

?OBSCENITY IN music videos is, of course, a bad development for music industry but it?s part of the show. I try to avoid it in my videos and that?s how I try to contribute to the society,? said singer Preeti Bhalla while addressing a ?meet the press? programme at the Indore Press Club today.

india Updated: Apr 01, 2006 14:03 IST

“OBSCENITY IN music videos is, of course, a bad development for music industry but it’s part of the show. I try to avoid it in my videos and that’s how I try to contribute to the society,” said singer Preeti Bhalla while addressing a ‘meet the press’ programme at the Indore Press Club today.

Preeti Bhalla, who hit the chart with her debut album Jalwa II and was also nominated in the MTV IMMIES award for one of her Marathi flavoured number, was in the City to host a show organised by Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) to mark Gudi Padwa.

Preeti has sung a number of songs for Bhojpuri films and title track for television sops including ‘Yeh Meri Life Hai’, ‘Ek Ladki Anjani Si’ and ‘India Calling’. An MBA graduate, who practised classical music for years, Preeti says industry is not so bad if one is determined to achieve one’s goals.

Preeti is not interested in acting as she says she has passion for music and left her management career for that.  Inspired by the Nightingale of India Lata Mangeshkar, Preeti wishes to be a part of A R Rahman team. She also sings for a Pakistani film ‘Choodiya’.