JUBIN’S AIM: TO CRE­ATE A NICHE IF HIS OWN

Singer Jubin Nau­tiyal says he is choosy about the work he wants to get as­so­ci­ated with

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I don’t want to sound pompous, but I’m sat­is­fied with what­ever I’ve achieved so far

Each time I start work­ing on a new track, I try to make it bet­ter than my last one. I be­lieve in break­ing bar­ri­ers with my [own] work JUBIN NAU­TIYAL, SINGER

He’s the one to have belted songs such as Kaa­bil Hoon (Kaa­bil, 2017), Humma Humma (Ok Jaanu, 2017), Bandeyaa (Jazbaa, 2016), Tere Liye (Fi­toor, 2016) and Zin­degi Kuch To bata (Ba­jrangi Bhai­jaan, 2015). Singer Jubin

Nau­tiyal (left) is happy with his cur­rent stand­ing in the mu­sic in­dus­try, but ad­mits that he got a taste of suc­cess only af­ter a lot of strug­gle.

“Mak­ing my pres­ence felt in Bol­ly­wood was one hell of a journey. So, it feels won­der­ful when peo­ple ap­pre­ci­ate my work and shower love [on me]. I don’t want to sound pompous, but I am sat­is­fied with what­ever I have achieved so far,” says Jubin.

At a time when there is no dearth of singing tal­ent in the in­dus­try, how does Jubin deal with the grow­ing com­pe­ti­tion? “My com­pe­ti­tion is al­ways with my pre­vi­ous song. Each time I start work­ing on a new track, I try to make it bet­ter than my last one. I be­lieve in break­ing bar­ri­ers with my [own] work and cre­at­ing a niche of my own mu­sic, which is dif­fer­ent from other peo­ple’s work. I am also choosy about the kind of work I want to get as­so­ci­ated with. I only take up projects that I feel I can do jus­tice to.”

Among his con­tem­po­raries, Jubin re­ally likes Ari­jit Singh’s mel­liflu­ous voice. “He is a dear friend and I’m a big fan of his mu­sic. With the kind of work Ari­jit has done, and is still do­ing, he has cre­ated an amaz­ing journey. I think he is one of the best in the busi­ness, cur­rently. He has this last­ing im­pres­sion on ev­ery mu­sic lover,” says Jubin.

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