Singer Sona Mohaptra is sad with the lip-syncing abilities of feminine actors. She says that the current crop of actors lack the conviction of older technology of stars who would take lip-synching extra significantly.
Talking to Bollywood Life, Sona notably referred to as out Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar. She sang the music Gold Child for his or her movie Saand Ki Aankh. “They are supposedly, you know, more serious actresses in it, and yet, I would like to ask Bhumi and Taapsee, did you not hear the song once before you did a lip-sync because there is no effort to even lip-sync the song in a way ki woh lage ki woh gaana bhi gaa rahe hai (it’d look like they were singing). Kyunki set pe aagaye or aise thoda muh hila diya aur cut away hogaye (they just arrived on set and moved their lips a bit) and actually the audience get it. They are like ki lag nahi raha hai ki gaana ga rahi hai (it doesn’t look like they are singing) and you know people don’t know why it’s the case,” she mentioned.
Sona additionally aimed her weapons at Jacqueline Fernandez for not performing properly to considered one of her songs. “I sang some qawwali or something for Jacqueline Fernandez (pauses)… I think Jacqueline Fernandez. Woh Saiyaan bolte waqt mooh khola hi nahi usne, Saiyaan karke muh band rakha hai (she didn’t open her mouth while lip-syncing, immediately after the word Saiyaan, she kept her mouth shut),” she mentioned. Sona added that lip-synching correctly can also be an artwork that older actors excelled at.
Sona not too long ago shared an acoustic model of her emotional music O Ri Chiraiya as a Mom’s Day tribute. It was composed by Ram Sampath for Aamir Khan’s TV present, Satyamev Jayate. The music’s lyrics have been penned by Swananad Kirkire.