Soon after her Bollywood career took off when she recorded the title song of Chennai Express.
Jonita Gandhi was an early bloomer having started acting at the age of four. Born in India and raised up in Canada, Gandhi all the period had her goal set to be an acclaimed actor. Her big breakthrough comes from when she worked with the iconic singer AR Rahman on two songs. Soon after her Bollywood profession took off the minute she recorded the title song of Chennai Express.
Since at that time there’s been no viewing back, she’s already chanted songs like Sau Tarah Ke from Dishoom earlier this year, the title way of Pink and now The Break up Song from Ae Dil Hain Mushkil.
One tune that you listen to on recap mode on your iPod these days: We Don’t Talk Any longer by Selena Gomez and Charlie Puth and 24K Magic by Bruno Mars.
Five songs in the recording of your life: I haven’t found a song that refers to my life yet. I perhaps haven’t heard nearly enough!
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Is there any tune you used to love as a child or a teenager that you’re at the present embarrassed by when you think back? I used to love the Spice Girls. Am I embarrassed? No. Would I listen to them now? Most likely not.
How would you define your taste in music: Native.
You’re much loved time/way to listen to music during the period: When I’m traveling for shows, its TV networks that play nonstop music video recorder. Hotels are the only residences I hear or watch the TV.
One band/musician you need a private concert from: Justin Timberlake.
One live act you would love to see at least once in your life: Beyonce.