Published On: Mon, May 9th, 2016

Baby doll singer Kanika Kapoor ‘wants to visit Islamabad again’


Kanika Kapoor, who shot to fame for the Baby doll song, expresses her love for Pakistani people in the wake of her recent visit to Islamabad, says she will love to visit the city again.

After rising to fame with Baby doll (Ragini MMS 2; 2014), which became an instant chartbuster. Then Kanika went on to sing hits like Lovely and Kamlee from Happy New Year (2014), Chittiyaan kalaiyaan (Roy; 2015), Chhil gaye naina (NH10; 2015) and Desi look (Ek Paheli Leela; 2015).

In a Bollywood career spanning around two years, the singer has got the opportunity to perform before the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, and the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron.


WATCH: Kanika sings Baby doll live in Islamabad concert


Now, we have come to know that Kanika travelled from Mumbai to Pakistan recently, to perform at an event that aimed to propagate peace between the two nations.

She sang in Islamabad, along with some Pakistani musicians. Interestingly, at the show, she also wore an outfit made by a local designer. “People in Islamabad love music.

It was great to perform there. I would love to visit the city again,” says Kanika, who visited the neighbouring country for the first time.

The singer says she didn’t anticipate success so early in her career. “It has been a rewarding experience. I consider it (my growth as an artiste) a big achievement,” says Kanika, who has always had a successful musical association with composers Meet Bros.

“They are extremely talented composers. We share a great camaraderie, and understand each other well as far as the music sensibilities are concerned,” she adds.

Kanika is especially known for singing eccentric numbers. Ask her if she is only comfortable singing uptempo songs, and she says, “I’ve just started my musical journey. Since my first song became a huge hit, I was offered songs that fell under similar genres.


News Source ARY

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology