After A Series Of Iconic Songs, Bappi Lahiri To Now Don The Director’s Hat!
Reinvention has been at the heart of everything that Bappi Lahiri, who turned 65 on Tuesday has done in his 50-year journey in showbiz. The celebrated singer-composer, who introduced synthesised disco music in India and has taken Indian sounds to the world, is now set to don the director’s hat for a feature film.
Bappi had earlier helmed a documentary Slumstars, but his new project will be in the fiction space. It is titled Ek Adhura Sangeet.
“I always think I should keep doing something every year. This time, I will begin a big journey as a director of a feature film. It’s a huge journey,” Bappi told IANS.
After A Series Of Iconic Songs, Bappi Lahiri To Now Don The Director’s Hat! On Ek Adhura Sangeet, he said: “Like the song Zindagi mera gaana, main isi ka deewana… I am a disco dancer… Without music, people’s lives are incomplete… Music can bring happiness in life. So, this is a journey that I am beginning.”
He said the subject of his film is “very good”.
“After doing 600 films ..