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News |  02 Dec 2015 19:49 |  By RnMTeam

Bhoomi Trivedi sets live performance rules for herself

MUMBAI: ‘Ram Chahe Leela’ famed singer, Bhoomi Trivedi, has been busy touring with some well known names like Salim-Sulaiman, Bappi Lahiri, Sajid-Wajid and others of late. And the experiences have helped her establish some ground rules when it comes to performing live.

Trivedi revealed that the some of the rules that she has set for herself include filtering events, taking up shows that involve audience participation, and recreating original compositions.

“I believe filtering shows is extremely important. An artist cannot do all sorts of events, and I have learnt that gradually. Also I do not feel like taking up shows where I am not connected with the audience. Our job as singers is to entertain audiences, but we cannot do that unless we get the right kind of energy from them,” said Trivedi.

The Bollywood singer revealed that in the past, she has done shows which the audience has not been interested in. “Organisers have invited me just to make the occasion a bit grander,” she added. But, that is not the case for Trivedi anymore as she is taking up some good shows and working towards making them special for attendees.

In fact, Trivedi has also started rearranging songs in a way that they sound different from the original versions. “I have seen Salim- Sulaiman rearrange their songs beautifully while performing with them. And that is something that I have picked up from them. Usually there are just eight to nine songs that every artist performs. Hence, one has to make an effort do something different,” stated the ‘Dance Ke Legend’ singer.

When it comes to live events Trivedi has long list of artists that she would like to perform with. The list includes Sachin-Jigar, Amit Trivedi, Vishal-Shekhar, Vishal Bharadwaj, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and many more. “I want to perform with all the good performers in the industry,” she added.

Furthermore, Trivedi is also focusing on regional singing. She has already sung for Marathi, Punjabi and a few Gujarati films.