Aditi Rao Hydari as ‘Lalitha Krishnan’ in ‘LONDON PARIS NEW YORK’

ADITI RAO HYDARI’s “LONDON PARIS NEW YORK” INTERVEIW

Q: Tell us what’s special about London Paris New York? 

It’s the way in which the story has been told 

Q: What was it like working with Ali Zafar?

Ali is very cute! I have always been an Ali Zafar fan. When I met him, I found him way cooler than I thought he was. It was great fun working with someone as philosophical, sorted, and at the same time as naughty as Ali. 

ADITI RAO HYDARI’s “LONDON PARIS NEW YORK” INTERVEIW

Q: Did you have any voice training for your singing debut in the film with the track ‘Woh Dekhne Main’?

As a music director, Ali is a task master. Frankly, I used to get scared of him. He used to constantly remind me to practice my song. In case he thought I was slacking, he used to ask me to come on Skype to rehearse!  He’s a chilled out actor, but as a music director he is completely the opposite, very stern and slightly serious. 

Q: Do you enjoy singing?

I don't like talking about my love for singing. Once I started humming when Ali [Zafar] and producer Goldie [Behl] were talking about a few songs, and they said, 'Hey, you can sing!'. They convinced me to sing two tracks for the movie – a beautiful love song and a naughty one. Ali, who composed the music and even sang for the film, created a song especially for me.

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