Not here to please every­one: Neeti

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Singer Neeti Mo­han (right) says that although the dig­i­tal medium is a great space to get in­stant feed­back from fans, one also has to deal with trolls. How­ever, this doesn’t bother her. “You can never re­ally ig­nore neg­a­tive com­ments. There will al­ways be some com­ments that will hurt you. Peo­ple like to voice their opin­ion and the medium al­lows them to do so. You can­not please every­one. A de­bate will al­ways be there and I don’t get both­ered by it,” says Neeti, who is cur­rently a part of a mu­si­cal web series.

How­ever, the singer adds that there is al­ways scope to im­prove one’s work. She says, “All of us, in­clud­ing me, can work on our skills. Mu­sic is such a huge ocean, you can never feel that you know ev­ery­thing. There will al­ways be some­thing that you can learn.”

The 37-year-old, known for her num­bers such as Ishq Wala Love from Stu­dent of the Year (2012) and Jiya Re from Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012), says that she still gets tense be­fore singing. “Be it while record­ing a song or singing live for an au­di­ence, I still get ner­vous. I feel that is very im­por­tant. This is what makes me per­form well,” says Neeti.

Mean­while, Neeti, who acted in the film Socha Na Tha (2005), says that she will only take up a role, if it in­ter­ests her . “I have not planned any­thing. If I am of­fered a good role, which I can do jus­tice to, then I will con­sider it,” she says.

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