‘Mu­sic is my true call­ing and I want to pur­sue it’

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT - Shreya Mukher­jee ■ shreya.mukher­jee@htlive.com

When one dis­cov­ers one’s true call­ing, he or she fol­lows it with all their heart. TV ac­tor Sara Khan, too, is fol­low­ing her’s. Tak­ing a break from act­ing on the small screen, Sara now wants to con­cen­trate on a ca­reer in mu­sic.

Ear­lier, she had recorded a song in col­lab­o­ra­tion with singer Ste­bin Ben, which was well-re­ceived. The ac­tor shares that the song helped her un­der­stand the pulse of the au­di­ence. Now, Sara is work­ing on a new sin­gle, Black-hearted, which is be­ing sung and pro­duced by her, and set to release soon.

“This is like my for­mal release. So, I’m very ex­cited about it. The song is in­spired from my own life ex­pe­ri­ences, and that makes it all the more spe­cial. I did not pen the lyrics, but it was done un­der my guid­ance. I have al­ready recorded it and shot for the video. The lyrics are a mix of Hindi and Pun­jabi, and I hope ev­ery­one en­joys it,” says Sara.

Talk­ing about her act­ing plans, Sara, who was last seen in the TV show, Woh Apna Sa, has not signed any new project, though she has been get­ting a lot of of­fers. “I en­joy act­ing and the op­por­tu­ni­ties that I have been get­ting are good enough. It’s just that I have re­alised that mu­sic is my true call­ing and I want to pur­sue it fur­ther,” says the ac­tor, adding that she loves to sing and learn new num­bers.

“I do have a num­ber of songs ready and I want to start re­leas­ing them one by one. I hope the way I had been ac­cepted as an ac­tor, I will be able to reach out to my fans through my mu­sic, too. At the mo­ment, I am not keen on tak­ing any act­ing project un­less it’s too com­pelling and con­cen­trate on my singing ca­reer,” she con­cludes.

PHOTO: IN­STA­GRAM/SSARAKHAN

Sara Khan says she has a num­ber of songs ready and wants to start re­leas­ing them one by one

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