Bollywood films' music lacks creativity, I'm happy doing concerts: Sona Mohapatra
Talking about Bollywood music industry, Sona Mohapatra said, "There isn't great creativity happening in film music...I'm happy doing concerts, where one or two lakh people show up." She further said the industry has become more male-driven in recent years, stating, "Women don't get more than four lines to sing."
"[But] you can either...complain or create your own opportunities," Sona added.
Sona Mohapatra stated she prefers to carry out at concert events and reveals relatively than singing songs for Bollywood movies because it lacks creativity.
“There isn’t nice creativity taking place in movie music. It’s a nice time for musicians. I’m completely satisfied doing concert events, the place one or two lakh individuals present up. I’m able to make an impression in a lot bigger approach."
“I see myself as a performing artist and never simply being a playback singer. I’ve had some massive hits within the final ten years however that has not been the benchmark of success. Being accountable for my very own future and doing issues in an uncompromised approach, provides me a lot larger thrill than being a part of a system, which in response to me not at all times follows a good play,” the singer instructed in an interview.
Sona just lately featured in documentary movie Shut Up Sona and she or he stated the choice stems from the dearth of “alternatives for her as a feminine singer.