Indian singer Sunidhi Chauhan revealed that at the beginning of her career, she was told that her voice was masculine, and that she should pack and go home.
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Sunidhi Chauhan also told about the troubles that came in the beginning of his career, how she was initially rejected by the music directors.
She said that a music director had told him that her voice was masculine.
The voice was too heavy, it felt like a man’s voice had been set on an actress.
Without naming another director, she said that he asked me to sing Lata ‘s song ‘Lag Ja Gale’ in the same note. When I could not sing, he said, ‘beta, you need more practice.’
Sunidhi said that when she succeeded in Bollywood, the two directors also worked with her.