Farhan to Produce Non-Film Music

Published: 28th January 2016 03:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th January 2016 09:11 AM   |  A+A-


These days every other actor is exercising his or her singing prowess not only in films but also in the non-film world of music singles. Actors like Ayushman Khurrana, Priyanka Chopra and Sonakshi Sinha have already cut singles; so one is surprised that Farhan Akhtar, who is already acknowledged as a good singer and who holds musical concerts, has not released a music single yet.  

But Farhan reveals that this is likely to change. Asked if he has any plans for a music single or an album, Farhan says, “I think that’s immensely possible because there is a lot of new material that I have already worked on which is completely independent of any film. These are my thoughts, my poetry and I feel quite ready to share it with the world.”

The organised actor has already got a game plan. He reveals: “Hopefully, once the Rock On shooting is done, I am going to take some time off to move into a studio and produce some non-film music.”

Fans may be impatient but Farhan reasons: “It needs time; it can’t be done lightly. Music is something you want to sit back and listen to. It’s the first time I am going to produce so I want to make sure that I listen to it enough and decide if I want to do it differently. I want time and space to be able to do that so I will take two-three months time off to do so.”


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