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Will work hard to make a career in music: Vipul Mehta

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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The sixth 'Idol' winner's album 'Hello, Namaste, Sat-Sri-Akal' by Universal music is already a hit in his home town, Amritsar.

"I believe opportunities should be best used and channelled through hard work. I don't believe Indian Idols fade away, the fifth Idol winner - Shriram, sang a song named 'Balma' in the recently released movie 'Khiladi 786'. I will really work hard," Vipul said

"My latest album has songs from different genres. The lead song 'Rowaan' (Punjabi) or cry, is about lost love while the second is a romantic number called 'tere pyar toh sadki jawan'. Both were composed by Ali Mushtufaq. DJ Aks has remixed two classic numbers for me."

  

Will work hard to make a career in music: Vipul Mehta

'Indian Idol' winner Vipul Mehta, who launched his first album recently, says he will work hard to ensure that he does not fade away.

The sixth 'Idol' winner's album 'Hello, Namaste, Sat-Sri-Akal' by Universal music is already a hit in his home town, Amritsar.

"I believe opportunities should be best used and channelled through hard work. I don't believe Indian Idols fade away, the fifth Idol winner - Shriram, sang a song named 'Balma' in the recently released movie 'Khiladi 786'. I will really work hard," Vipul said

"My latest album has songs from different genres. The lead song 'Rowaan' (Punjabi) or cry, is about lost love while the second is a romantic number called 'tere pyar toh sadki jawan'. Both were composed by Ali Mushtufaq. DJ Aks has remixed two classic numbers for me."

  
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