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News |  18 Nov 2016 15:22 |  By RnMTeam

No matter what the language is, I want to keep singing: Aishwarya Majmudar

MUMBAI: Aishwarya Majmudar is on a roll, not only as a singer but as a lyricist too. Yes, you heard it right. The young singer is now also trying to create her base for pitching lyrics to Bollywood movies.

The Ahemdabad born singer, who is now settled in Mumbai for the last eight years, hails from a musical background. Her grandparents and parents are graduates in music but none of them have taken up music as a career.

Aishwarya was three when she was trained at home and at the age of five, she started her professional training. She recorded her first Gujarati song at the age of seven for the movie ' Ghar Maru Mandir' and has participated in many talent competitions. After winning the music reality show Chhote Ustad in 2008, she has devoted herself to music full time.

We have seen her singing covers and tracks for Hindi film movies, but currently the young singer is working with new composers who want to enter Bollywood and also want to release some of her independent music.

Going with a busy schedule, the young star is rehearsing for her concerts lined up for the month and also is awaiting the movie releases she has sung and given lyrics for.

She has also been singing Gujarati songs but says she will not mind singing in 22 different languages. “No matter what the language is, I want to keep singing," she says. “Music is peace, happiness. It is not an adjective. Music is something cannot be described. All I do turns into music for me," says the young singer.