Shreya Ghoshal Quotes

  • I'm not thin! I just wear clothes that make me look thin.
  • It's a great feeling to be wanted, but it's more exciting to be inaccessible.
  • I don't believe in pretending to be someone else. I'm what I actually am in real life. For instance, like any normal girl, I fight with my mother. I mean, it is just fine. In fact, I fight daily with my mother.
  • An award means a lot to me. It brings happiness along with a kind of fear. It brings fear because the award is the responsibility which audiences have put on us. So a singer winning an award should always try to give best of him to the audiences.
  • When I am not recording, I do live shows or am at home catching up on shows which I regularly watch. But there will always be some music around me.
  • No matter where I go, I actually have a lot of couples coming and telling me that one of my songs was instrumental in strengthening their romance!
  • As someone who worships music, I believe it can never be ugly!
  • A studio is like a meditation room where music is created. And a live performance is the place where the creation of the studio is taken ahead. I love both.
  • I don't do anything specific for the stage. I'm just myself. I can't stand still for five seconds. I'm normally quite active, so that just comes out on stage. If I see people react to me and my music, I just have to give back and express myself.
  • I have always enjoyed dressing up, but I don't do it as often as I would want to, because it's time consuming.
  • It's nice to create something you believe in. It's even nicer to dance to your own tunes sometimes.
  • The Indian music market is very film-oriented, and any other creative music venture doesn't receive enough support. I'd rather do singles and put them on my website.
  • I'm not a person who comes with bodyguards. I'm a simple jhola-kurta kind of girl. So people treat me as a buddy.
  • It is immensely enjoyable to work for an album because there's a lot more creative freedom. In films sometimes, all that the makers care about is making the music commercially appealing.
  • I love the idea of waking up to a song. It could be any song.
  • Gujarat is truly vibrant. Be it handicrafts, folk music, art, costumes or food - the state offers the best of everything.
  • I learnt to sing in Bengali, my mother tongue, then went on to sing in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati and every possible Indian language.