I get rest­less when I’m not singing: Shreya

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Time Out - Sa­marth Goyal sa­marth.goyal@hin­dus­tan­times.com

Singer Shreya Ghoshal (right) can’t stay out of work for long. The only thing that has changed after her mar­riage to Mum­bai based en­tre­pre­neur Shi­la­ditya Mukhopad­hyaya in 2015, is that she has started tak­ing va­ca­tions. “We take a week off for a va­ca­tion, and even in that, I don’t feel happy. I feel guilty that I am not singing and I feel like I don’t de­serve the va­ca­tion,” she says.

Hav­ing sung pop­u­lar hits such as Barso (Guru; 2007), and Radha (Stu­dent Of The Year; 2012) among oth­ers, the singer says, “I want to keep work­ing 24*7. When I am not singing, I go into deep in­tro­spec­tion and start ask­ing my­self, why I’m not get­ting songs. I get rest­less. If there are not many film songs for me, I start work­ing on in­de­pen­dent mu­sic,” says Shreya, who re­cently ap­peared in an on­go­ing mu­sic re­al­ity show.

Shreya, who started singing since she was 17 says,“When I am singing on stage, I am al­right. But just be­fore I’m about to get on stage and sing, I’m a ner­vous wreck. Record­ing stu­dios are my com­fort zone. I learn and col­lab­o­rate with so many other mu­si­cians there.

I want to keep work­ing 24*7. When I am not singing, I go into deep in­tro­spec­tion and start ask­ing my­self, why I’m not get­ting songs SHREYA GHOSHAL, SINGER

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