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Gurgaon’s CyberHub is my favourite place in the world: Sunidhi Chauhan

Sunidhi Chauhan shares her love for Gurgaon’s CyberHub and how she is looking forward to perform in the Millennium City. The singer also reminisces her initial days in the industry, adding that acting offers from Bollywood do come her way, but nothing has caught her fancy.

music Updated: Jul 06, 2016 20:43 IST
Naina Arora
Singer Sunidhi Chauhan.
Singer Sunidhi Chauhan.

“Gurgaon’s Cyber Hub is my favourite place in the world,” says singer Sunidhi Chauhan who was all set to perform in the Millennium City last month, but the gig was postponed.

Looking forward to her performance this month, the Bollywood crooner says, “I have been to Gurgaon many times. Delhi is my native place but it’s always a lot of fun to perform in Gurgaon. I have been to CyberHub along with my band and had a good party time.”

Her songs such as Kamli, Crazy Kiya Re and Desi Girl have been chartbusters, yet the singer who is two decade old in the industry says it was initially “difficult” for her to make a career. “But today there are ways through which you can get in touch with whoever you want to, through social media. It’s a great time now to be in the industry. When I started this wasn’t there. Those were difficult times. But since last 10-15 years, it’s been kind of easy. That’s the reason why you see so many people coming in and they all have their individual quality and are doing well. I am lucky that it’s been great and I have been able to sustain myself,” she says.

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Known for her electrifying live performances, Chauhan says, ““I have never had stage fright because I always went with the flow. I was just five years old when I started. I didn’t know what it was to be frightened on stage. I just used to get frightened by horror films!” Her chuckle explains the rest.

Talk to her about actors such as Alia Bhatt and Shraddha Kapoor having tried their hands at singing and she says, “Why should we have limited talent? It’s good if somebody wants to sing and they are good at it. In fact, more people should sing. We should have more people than we can handle.”

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And is she ready to try acting? “I do get offers. I like the process of film-making and love watching films. If at all a fantastic role comes by, I am open for it,” says Chauhan adding that she will be soon featured in a short film.

Mention the words ‘crass lyrics’, and the singer doesn’t hold herself back to say, “I don’t know about others, but to me, the lyrics should make sense. I stopped singing songs with such lyrics long time ago.”

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