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The Voice India winner wants to playback for Salman Khan

Farhan says he intends to save the prize money “for my sisters’ education and my family’s well-being”.

music Updated: Mar 24, 2017 20:13 IST
A resident of Delhi, Farhan Sabir is influenced by classical singing and plays Tabla.
A resident of Delhi, Farhan Sabir is influenced by classical singing and plays Tabla.

Delhi-based Farhan Sabir, who won the singing reality show The Voice India Season 2, says he is a big fan of superstar Salman Khan, and wants to do playback singing for the Dabangg star.

“I plan on completing my studies and I look forward to come back to Mumbai and make my career in the Bollywood industry. I dream of doing playback singing for Salman Khan. I’m a huge fan of his,” said Sabir, who left studies at the age of 19 to fend for his family and started singing at a local cafe.

Sabir was announced the winner of the second edition of the & TV show earlier this month. Along with the title, the 19-year-old took home a cheque of Rs 25 lakh and a Maruti Suzuki Alto K10.

He says he intends to save the prize money “for my sisters’ education and my family’s well-being”.

Looking back at his journey, Sabir said, “My journey has been quite memorable and I have cherished each and every moment. I have struggled a lot for my family as my father was unwell and we had financial troubles. But now that I have won the title, I can see life being good and I can see my family happy.”