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News |  03 Nov 2016 17:57 |  By RnMTeam

Shows like 'The Stage' help English music reach bigger audience: Sarosh Nanavaty

MUMBAI: Sarosh Nanavaty, who had to face the axe of elimination this Sunday (30 October 2016) did not expect her exit to come this soon, but she has accepted it and moved on. The singer is content with the fact that she gave her 100 per cent to get back after being benched, but fate had other plans for her.

The singer who also happens to be a music producer and programmer has got back to what she does best, making music and performing.

Nanavaty may be a fresh face to most, but not to her music, since she has been around from the age of 16. "I have done vocals for a lot of bands and also worked on projects with well-known music composers like Ranjit Barot, Ram Sampath, and Sameer Uddin," states the singer-composer.

The singer who predominantly sings in English would like to continue doing that in the future. ‘The Stage’ isn’t changing much for her. “My music falls under the electro-rock genre, but it is more experimental,” explains Nanavaty.

The singer is aware of the fact that English music does not have too many takers in India, but she feels it's growing now. “Shows like ‘The Stage’ are helping English music reach more audiences. This, in turn, helps us as an artiste.”

On trying her luck in Bollywood, she says, “I am not looking to switch over but if I get an opportunity, I would be more inclined to production part of music. I still am not saying no to singing.”

Lastly, the singer reveals that 2016 is a packed year for her, but 2017 would be more about experimenting. So one will get to see more of her in the new year.