Siddhant Chaturvedi Composed A Happy Song And You Need To Listen To It Right Away
Siddhant Chaturvedi might not be arriving in the theatres near you anytime soon, but the actor is making sure that he keeps his fans entertained somehow. Even when the actor contracted the virus, he shared selfies with his fans to keep them updated with what he is up to. Now, after testing negative, and being confined between four walls like anyone else currently, Chaturvedi got a little creative and composed a song for everyone on social media.
The song talks about how things will get better soon, and encouraged everyone to just wait. The lyrics of this song composed by Chaturvedi are uplifting and will put you in a good mood right away. He penned down his feeling about being stuck at home with no work, and shared how he is equally worried and disturbed after reading the news. Chaturvedi sang this song to the tune of his guitar, and had the widest smile on his face while recording the same.
Check out the video below:
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Workwise, Siddhant Chaturvedi has a lot of promising projects in the pipeline. He will be sharing screen space with Ishaan Khatter and Katrina Kaif in Phone Booth. He also has Bunty Aur Babli 2 alongside Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukerji. He is also a part of Karan Johar and Shakun Batra’s untitled film with Deepika Padukone and Ananya Panday, and Yudhra with Malvika Mohanan.
Talking about his upcoming films, Chaturvedi told MW, “Bunty Aur Babli 2 was supposed to release last year. I’m confident that the audience will appreciate my performance, and realise that I can play a variety of characters. I want to be acknowledged by all sections of the audience for all my films. I’ve deliberately chosen films and characters that are different from my previous films.”
” My priority was always the script and the character. I took a moment to introspect if I was doing the right thing. There was a lot of curiosity about what I would do after Gully Boy. I really believe in each script that I have signed. I felt I needed to build an audience for the kind of films I want to do.” he added further.