"I compose music and I play the piano. Recently, I composed and recorded six songs for a film. Right now, it's too early to talk about it. Hopefully, by the end of this year or the next year, you will get to listen to those songs," the 31-year-old said here Tuesday at the launch of the Volkswagen coffee table book.
Neil is the grandson of legendary singer Mukesh, and his father Nitin Mukesh is also a singer.
Meanwhile, the actor also talked about his character in his forthcoming release "3G", and says it has many shades, just like a chameleon.
"My character is one, but it has many different shades. When you will see the film, you will know that how many colour variants are there in the character. He is a kind of chameleon, who changes himself according to everything and adjusts to the environment he is put in," Neil said.
"Sometimes, it seems as if he is a vampire, sometimes schizophrenic and sometimes mad," he added.
Directed by Sheershak Anand Shantanu Ray Chhibber, "3G" also stars Sonal Chauhan and is slated to release March 15.
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