Singing ca­reer, moth­er­hood: I’ll strike a bal­ance

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Sunidhi Chauhan is both ex­cited and ner­vous about em­brac­ing moth­er­hood, but the singer doesn’t plan to put her mu­sic ca­reer on the back-burner af­ter de­liv­ery. She hopes to be able to bal­ance both worlds with ut­most care. “I don’t re­ally plan many things. I have al­ways gone with my in­stinct and flow... There is go­ing to be a new life in my life and it will be equally or more im­por­tant than any­thing else. My first and last love is my singing, the gift God gave to me. So, I’ll take care of both and just make sure I’m at peace with my­self,” says the 34-year-old. Sunidhi got mar­ried to mu­sic com­poser Hitesh Sonik in 2012. The news of her preg­nancy came out this Au­gust. “I’m thank­ful to all the amaz­ing wishes com­ing my way for me and my baby... This is some­thing that I am ex­pe­ri­enc­ing for the first time. I am thank­ful to God for that be­cause, now that I am in this state, I have re­alised that it is the most beau­ti­ful, most mag­i­cal thing,” says Sunidhi. Talk­ing about her health th­ese days, the singer adds, “I get tired too quickly nowa­days, but I am lov­ing the con­ver­sa­tions that I am hav­ing with my friends be­cause this is all I talk about all the time, try­ing to know more about moth­er­hood and ba­bies, pre­par­ing my­self, con­di­tion­ing my­self for the day when I will see my baby in my hands and [will be] tak­ing care of it.” She is ex­pected to de­liver in De­cem­ber. Sunidhi, who has sung pop­u­lar numbers such as Mast, Kamli, Desi Girl, Navrai Ma­jhi and Saaki, has also shown her act­ing skills, and judged singing re­al­ity shows.

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