Personal agenda: “Feminism is equality in every sense,” says Jasleen Royal

And, the singer also reveals she loves munching while making music!
Jasleen Royal’s favourite Hindi word to use in a song is Roooh. Styling and outfit: Shafiq Khatib; Assisted by: Vruddhi Rachh(Avinash Jai Singh)
Jasleen Royal’s favourite Hindi word to use in a song is Roooh. Styling and outfit: Shafiq Khatib; Assisted by: Vruddhi Rachh(Avinash Jai Singh)
Published on Jun 21, 2020 03:13 AM IST
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All about Jasleen Royal

Date of birth: July 8

Sun sign: Cancer

Place of birth: Ludhiana

School/college: Hindu College, Delhi

First break: Panchi ho javaa and Preet from Khoobsurat

High point of your life: Winning the MTV VMA for Panchi ho javaa, my debut single

Low point of your life: Figuring out everything alone

Describe yourself in a hashtag.
#Fall7GetUp8

Name your favourite Hindi word to use in a song.
Rooh (soul).

And a song’s lyrics that you misheard?
Aap jaisa koi meri zindagi mein aaye, toh “baap” ban jaye instead of “baat”!

List three things nobody knows about you.
I love munching while creating music, I don’t enter my home studio without having taken a shower, and that I wanted to be a cricketer at one point.

What’s the best and the worst thing about being an independent musician today?
That you can put your stuff out there on your own without anyone’s approval and the worst is the obsession with the number of views.

Feminism according to you is...?
Equality in every sense… equal roles in professional and personal lives, and freedom from any gender defining roles.

What would the title of your biography be?
She Keeps Moving On.

Fact on my phone

Most used app: WhatsApp

On speed dial: My manager

Last app I check before going to bed: Instagram

Most used filter on Instagram: Paris

Least used app: Reminder to drink water!

From HT Brunch, June 21, 2020

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    Ananya Ghosh is an assistant editor with Hindustan Times Brunch. She has 10 years of experience as a journalist having worked as a copy editor/feature writer in various publications.

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