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Jasbir Jassi: I reject Bollywood songs for their lyrics


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Picture courtesy/Jasbir Jassi Instagram account
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Popular singer Jasbir Jassi, known for songs like "Dil le gayi kudi Gujarat di" and "Laung da lashkara", says he now rejects offers to sing Bollywood numbers due to their double meaning lyrics. Jassi visited the Hungama office for a special meet-and-greet session called Hungama Spotlight, where he launched and celebrated his latest single with DJ Shaan titled "Bulleya", read a statement.

On his thoughts about today's music, Jassi said: "I sometimes have a problem with some of the Punjabi songs and videos because they are representing Punjabi music in a wrong way. "Today it is difficult to sit with our family and enjoy new Punjabi songs. My problem is people try to copy the West, but I feel there is still more time for people to accept it. That's the only reason that I get so many offers from Bollywood but I have to reject many songs because of their abusive or double meaning lyrics.

"Of course I feel bad doing so, but I cannot help it". He wants to sing for Bollywood, but would prefer a soulful song. "I would like to explore some Sufi music. I have only given party and dance numbers, so I want to sing a Sufi song now so that people know I can sing that genre too."

He also urged the government to play 40 to 50 per cent classical, indie, folk music on television and radio, as well as to develop a "culture policy". "If there will be no culture policy, our culture will die and then artistes like us will also die. I will soon be launching more indie tracks."

Jassi said he is proud of singers like Guru Randhawa, Diljit Dosanjh and Harrdy Sandhu who are taking Punjabi music to new heights. "I think they are amazing singers. It is only because of them that people have started enjoying traditional Punjabi songs."

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Picture courtesy/Jasbir Jassi Instagram account
Picture courtesy/Jasbir Jassi Instagram account

Popular singer Jasbir Jassi, known for songs like "Dil le gayi kudi Gujarat di" and "Laung da lashkara", says he now rejects offers to sing Bollywood numbers due to their double meaning lyrics. Jassi visited the Hungama office for a special meet-and-greet session called Hungama Spotlight, where he launched and celebrated his latest single with DJ Shaan titled "Bulleya", read a statement.

On his thoughts about today's music, Jassi said: "I sometimes have a problem with some of the Punjabi songs and videos because they are representing Punjabi music in a wrong way. "Today it is difficult to sit with our family and enjoy new Punjabi songs. My problem is people try to copy the West, but I feel there is still more time for people to accept it. That's the only reason that I get so many offers from Bollywood but I have to reject many songs because of their abusive or double meaning lyrics.

"Of course I feel bad doing so, but I cannot help it". He wants to sing for Bollywood, but would prefer a soulful song. "I would like to explore some Sufi music. I have only given party and dance numbers, so I want to sing a Sufi song now so that people know I can sing that genre too."

He also urged the government to play 40 to 50 per cent classical, indie, folk music on television and radio, as well as to develop a "culture policy". "If there will be no culture policy, our culture will die and then artistes like us will also die. I will soon be launching more indie tracks."

Jassi said he is proud of singers like Guru Randhawa, Diljit Dosanjh and Harrdy Sandhu who are taking Punjabi music to new heights. "I think they are amazing singers. It is only because of them that people have started enjoying traditional Punjabi songs."

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This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever


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