Dubai based Bollywood singer Neha Pandey is back with a new track titled Allah Waariyan. The song that has heavy Sufi music is generating a buzz amingst youngsters.
The singer who marked her Bollywood music journey last year by singing for horron film Dobaara starring Huma Qureshi and Saqeeb Saleem talks to BWW about her music, Sufi influences and Bollywood.
Tell us about your musical journey?
Started young. Fronted rock bands, won state and national contests and participated in relaity tv shows. Started writing and singing with different musicians and churches. Trained mostly in Lucknow and after coming to Dubai kept improvising and honing musical skills by constantly creating songs with different people from different parts of the world. Lived in Australia briefly to keep creating new stuff and went solo thereafter. First official solo release was “Na Roko” in UAE (done at Cat Steven studio aka Yusuf Ali) with support from MTV MENA and other channels in UAE my music reached out to many Indians outside India esp my current region. After that I kept creating covers and singing and getting noticed by many leading names in and out of Bollywood alike. Then came my Bollywood song Humdard from the album of film “Dobaara” and I have been dubbing. Now looking forward to my next release with 9xM – it is going to be more commercial and completely different from what I have done so far. An exciting project involving some of the biggest names of Bollywood industry as well.
Here’s a link for the track: