I DON'T THINK YOU SHOULD GET STUCK IN COMPETITION SAYS HARRDY SANDHU
By Jasmeet Singh .
29th October 2018 03:00pm
Popular Punjabi singer Harrdy Sandhu likes to stay away from competition as he feels it will shift his focus from what he likes to do. He made his debut in 2012 as a singer and earned a spot in the Punjabi pop music space.
Asked if he sees anyone as a competitor, Harrdy told IANS in a telephonic interview: "If you will get into a competition, you will stop doing things that you want to do and you will start thinking of things like how to get ahead of others. I don't think we should get stuck in a competition."
"Whatever work you do, it should always be better than your previous one. You should put effort on yourself."
This is also one of the reasons why he likes to engage more in making his own singles rather than churning out Bollywood songs one after the other.
"If I work on my single, I put effort in every way possible. But when I sing for a Bollywood film, there are restrictions like I have to sing in a particular way. There are situations in films, so I need to sing according to the situation.
"Now, I feel that I will not do Bollywood just for the sake of it. If there is good music, I will definitely do it," said the singer, who has sung for Hindi films like "Tum Bin II" and "Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se".
Right now, he is looking forward to a tour in India and abroad along with a new single. "I am working on my next single. I will most probably drop it within two months," he said.