Mumbai, June 29 -- There's no stopping Bappi Lahiri. At 60, he has as much to look forward to in his music career as any successful young, upcoming composer. 'Ooh la la' from The Dirty Picture (2011) might have given his four-decade-long career a fresh lease of life, but then, things had never really slowed down for him before that. Bappi da had never really taken a back seat. In the past few months, he's sung in almost half a dozen films and performed many concerts around the globe.
Recently, he was felicitated at UK's House of Lords for composing and singing an anthem, titled 'Justice for widows' on the occasion of the International Widows Day. In this interview, he talks about his long innings in the industry, and projects he is currently working on.