The lockdown has been tough on everyone, but Aparshakti Khurana prefers not to think about it.
The actor has been making the most of the time at his disposal by creating music, composing songs, and jamming on Zoom with his school and college friends.
“I am an artist who can fit on any platform,” Aparshakti tells about the churn in show business post the pandemic.
How have you been spending your lockdown?
I have not told myself that there is a lockdown.
I have hidden it from myself (laughs).
You know, the kind of person that I am, I always keep A positive attitude and that is one of the main reasons why things are working out for me in life.
I don’t keep negative thoughts in my mind.
I just want to keep working.
Of course, what is happening outside is really depressing. Really upsetting.
But I have locked myself in the house and doing my creative stuff, like I compose music. I pick up my guitar and jam on Zoom with my school and college friends.
My wife is very fond of gardening, so sometimes I spend time with plants as well.
What kind of response have you been getting for your new music video Teri Yari?
We are trending on YouTube with more than 8 million views within 24 hours.
At a time when we don’t have much bandwidth to load the song, we cannot go to radio stations, we cannot go to music channels, we cannot go to reality shows to promote it, and yet to achieve what we have is overwhelming.
People have given a lot of love to our song.
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