In­dus­try didn’t sup­port me much, says Palash

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment -

Rock band Eu­pho­ria’s close to two-decade old tracks such as Dhoom Pichuchk and Maaeri are pop­u­lar even to­day, but the band’s lead singer Palash Sen (above) feels that the in­dus­try hasn’t sup­ported him much.

“I’ve been com­pos­ing for Eu­pho­ria for sev­eral years now. An in­dus­try where we have num­bers like Baby Doll, songs like Maaeri also have a place of its own,” he says, adding, “This in­dus­try hasn’t sup­ported me much, but the peo­ple of In­dia have al­ways stood by me, and I make mu­sic only for these peo­ple.” Mean­while, Palash will also be seen act­ing in a film. He says that he took it up, as he liked the script and found it sen­si­ble. “I’m al­ways open to good, sen­si­ble and sen­si­tive sub­jects. (For a long time) I never got of­fers which seemed sen­si­ble enough for me to do. But I found this film quite in­ter­est­ing. Even the mu­sic in the film is some­thing which I can do as per my choice. There was no com­pul­sion of giv­ing jazzy item num­bers. I had a free­dom of mak­ing mu­sic that I be­lieve in,” says Palash.

The peo­ple of In­dia have al­ways sup­ported me and stood with me and I make mu­sic for them

Palash Sen, singer-ac­tor

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