A loyal Delhi resident, singer-musician Rabbi Shergill is inspired in the new year - both musically and politically. Out with his latest album, Tu Milen: The Ghost of LSD, which he released recently, Rabbi is also all geared up to support the Aam Aadmi Party in his own way. In Jalandhar on Friday to promote the title track of the album, Rabbi talked about what all has caught his fancy lately.
"I'm proud to belong to Delhi, but people's lives have been in a crisis until we had someone (Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party) showing India the new face of politics. I want to see Delhi growing and it's a crucial battle. I could have either kept busy in my career or contributed to curing the ills of the nation," said Rabbi, at Glassy Junction Elite Lounge, Model Town.
When asked if he would ever join the party, the singer quipped that though he had been given the offer, he had turned it down. "Instead, I want to contribute by giving ideas and writing about issues. We want someone to work for change," added Rabbi, who believes that the capital has the potential of becoming the best city in the world.
the capital has the potential of becoming the best city in the world.