It’s just been 5 years for her in the industry and she is all over the music scene. That’s Aditi Singh Sharma, 28, from Delhi, who has already given hits like Dilli Dilli (No One Killed Jessica; 2011) and Raabta (Agent Vinod; 2012) in the past, and Dhat Teri Ki (Gori Tere Pyaar Mein; 2013 ) and Dhoom Machale (Dhoom: 3; 2013) this year.
She talks about the monopoly in playback singing and whether it’s good to be a part of the industry at this point of time or not. “The monopoly in playback singing has absolutely been broken. In every movie, there are different singers for every song, unless it’s an Aashiqui 2 or Rockstar where the singer’s voice is part of the story,” says Aditi. She further adds, “It’s a great time for our industry, with new voices, productions and music directors, our music will just get better and better.”
Aditi, who has also been singing for various bands and has been a part of many music fests across the globe, feels so many different things happening with music is the reason behind music festivals. She says, “There is so much talent in India, and with different music styles coming together, it is wonderful.” For a song to be a complete, its music and lyrics go hand in hand, therefore, on the recent lyrics censorship controversy, Aditi claims nothing is done intentionally, “I think we should do things in our country to avoid complications,” she says. She adds, “I’ve worked closely with lyricists and I don’t think any of the people in the industry would want to put the lyrics in trouble. If committees want to get songs under the scanner, they are most welcome.”