In a candid conversation with indianexpress.com, Arijit Singh speaks about how he had inhibitions about improvising in the beginning of his career as he feared losing out on an opportunity. The singer also spoke about his way of choosing a song.
Arijit Singh’s romantic and heartbreak numbers have never failed to strike a chord with the audience.He might have sung “Phir Mohabbat” from Murder 2, “Dua” from Shanghai and “Raabta” from Agent Vinod but there was no looking back for Arijit Singh after Aashiqui 2 album came out in 2013, with “Tum Hi Ho” becoming the anthem of every romantic in the nation. Needless to say, Arijit has become the voice of every lover. But the singer quips his intention was never to gain any sorts of title for himself but to always give good music to the audience. In an exclusive conversation with indianexpress.com, Arijit Singh shares his take on being synonymous with romance and heartbreak at the same time and said, “These are just stereotypical tags, this was not intentional at all. I sing all the songs that come to me with all my heart, with equal focus and dedication.”
While his romantic and heartbreak numbers have never failed to strike a chord with the audience, his party numbers lose their steam after a while. However, he does not believe so. “I don’t think so at all. I have sung love songs, fast numbers as well as dance numbers. I am being as dynamic as possible with keeping my fans expectations in mind. I have sung various genres so far and they have done well.”