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As a musician, to be part of anything that promotes peace is very rewarding.
I am a singer; my job is to create music and harmony. Wherever I see harmony, I would go towards there.
When my first album came out, it wasn’t Bollywood. The love that I received from people was everything, and it still is everything for me.
I come from a very affluent family. I have been educated in one of the finest institutions of the world. Money was never a factor in my life: by the grace of God, I was blessed with a golden spoon.
I used to play rugby, polo, tennis, and cricket in school. It was only in the 1990s, when I used to live just opposite Harrods in London, that I started putting on weight. I used to have my breakfast there every day.
Music reflects an artist’s feelings and their experiences.
I believe that sugar is just as important for our body as salt is, and other natural foods.
I am a Mumbaikar. It has a special place in my heart.
Sufis were always spreading love with their music, and if some kind of extremism is a threat to it, it is a threat to all humanity.
I believe in the philosophy of turning the other cheek.
My weight is this permanent topic that just doesn’t fade away. Most days, I am fine with people talking about it. That doesn’t bother me as much as how people use the fact to promote their own ventures.
Music does not have colour or religion. If I listen to a song, I don’t care about the colour, religion, or country of the singer. It doesn’t matter, even if it is in another language, because I love the music.
I can understand when people say that they’re not a big fan of my music. That’s an individual opinion, and I respect that. But you don’t have the right to comment on my choice of citizenship, my skin colour, or my religion. It’s not open to discussion.
I am an incurable romantic. I am even in love with the idea of being in love, and hence, I write a lot of love songs.
Sometimes, I make music in my sleep. So I get up, put on my headphones, and compose it on the piano.
There’s a famous saying: ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.’ I want to change it to ‘Hell hath no fury like a nation scorned.’
Though music was not in my blood, I always considered myself belonging to music, and that remained with me throughout my studies. The studies were my parents’ wish, which I fully complied with, as one must be educated at the highest possible level.
I had my own ups and downs in getting Indian citizenship. But, ultimately I got it and I am happy about it. I like India. My love is here. I am a proud Indian.
Being a public figure, you cannot make everyone happy. Some people will criticise your actions, and I cannot stop expressing my opinion based on that.
I was too big to even contemplate exercise. I had to use a walking stick and a wheelchair to get around.
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