“I used to listen to Alisha Chinai and now I’m here”

“I used to listen to Alisha Chinai and now I’m here”

Aastha Gill on the growing indie music scene in India: “This is the golden age for all artists” (Pic Credit: Instagram / aasthagill, alishachinaiofficial)

Singer Aastha Gill says she feels part of a time when happy music is growing and still gaining strength.

Aastha, who will star in the film Khatron Ke Khiladi 11, rose to fame with works in collaboration with Badshah, including hits such as “DJ Waley Babu” and “Pan Pan” such as “Buzz” or “Naagin”.

“Our audience’s taste is Evolved and people know what’s going on around the world. They know what sounds they are. People know how music is made. So a lot of people are learning that. This time I think I feel very blessed to be a part of this time when the indie scene has grown in India and I am part of that, ”Aastha Gill told IANS.

Aastha Gill added: “I wake up and realize I’m blessed. I used to listen to Alisha Chinai and Viva. Now I’m here. Sometimes it’s hard for me to believe I’ve done it. But yes, it’s a golden age for all artists and everyone doing their job. “I respect all the Indian artists who are giving it a taste.”

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