Arijit Singh: ‘I don’t like this job at all, I don’t like giving autographs, taking photographs’, Arijit’s stern message after stopping the song.
Arijit Singh, a native of Jiaganj, is the centerpiece of the country at the moment. His popularity is high outside the country. At the end of last month, Arijit reached Nepal for a concert. There was a crowd of thousands of spectators. A video of that concert is all over social media.
At the beginning of the video, it was seen that Arijit suddenly stopped the concert while singing. Then he said in a very annoyed tone, ‘Listen to me first… Many people don’t listen to my music but have come here to have fun and laugh.’ I want to say something to those who really listen to my music. I don’t like this job at all (points to red handkerchief and penne held in hand). I don’t like being photographed, I don’t like getting autographs either.’
Arijit then added, ‘To me these (autograph-photographs) are just a waste of time. So I sing and sing. It’s best if I don’t have to do this. But you don’t listen… so I’m doing it.
A similar incident happened earlier last month at Arijit’s Chandigarh concert. At that time, Arijit said that he does not like to give autographs at all. It interferes with his singing.
Arijit is sometimes ironic for fans, in fact his name-yash is really challenging to handle. On this day, the singer sang one song after another with the guitar on the stage. Sometimes he won hearts by singing ‘Channa Mereya’ or Chalya and sometimes ‘Satranga’ from the film ‘Animal’.
At that concert, a fan presented Arijit with a picture of his late mother, which the singer was overwhelmed with emotion. Arijit looked at the picture of his mother with blank eyes, and did not forget to thank the fan. He then carefully handed over to his team member. Arijit’s mother died last year due to complications after Corona.
Arijit also sang in Nepali language at the concert. The most important thing is that there may be mistakes in his Nepali pronunciation due to lack of practice, Arijit apologized saying this at the beginning.