Ankur Tewari Likes Projects With Heart
NEW DELHI, (IANS) – Ballantine’s Glassware True Music has called on Ankur Tewari to mentor emerging artists. The singer of ‘Dil Beparvah,’ in his own words:
On the process of creating music.
The creative process is about expressing what you are feeling, which essentially means you must be open to feeling things. You need to kind of open yourself to the idea that you can express what you feel and then try and build a story from there. It’s kind of an unknown territory where you kind of submit yourself and then see what happens. You don’t really know how it’s going to turn out, but you pretty much try and put yourself in the subconscious state where you can give a form to what you are feeling.
A song that is particularly close to his heart.
One of the first songs that I wrote, ‘Sabse Peeche Hum Khade,’ is a song that stayed on my setlist for a very long time and it kind of opened many doors for me.
The music scene.
I mean, it’s become a very interesting market. There’s more money being put in and there’s more system to it than there was earlier, and I feel that it’s still evolving – and evolving in a good way.
How he picks a project.
The heart in it. The more the heart in a project, the more I’m attracted to it.
I’m essentially working on a few projects, in 2023, you will see this film called ‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan‘. And then I’m also working on ‘The Archies’.