Did you know singer Tochi Raina wanted to be cricketer?

Updated: Feb 20, 2018, 10:44 IST | IANS | Mumbai

Singer Tochi Raina, who has sung songs like Kabira and Iktara, says he aspired to be a cricketer

Pic Courtesy/ Tochi Raina Instagram Account
Pic Courtesy/ Tochi Raina Instagram Account

Singer Tochi Raina, who has sung songs like Kabira and Iktara, says he aspired to be a cricketer. During his visit to the Hungama office here for a meet-and-greet session called Hungama Spotlight, Tochi shared why the song Saibo is special to him, read a statement.

"The song has both my daughter and mother's name in it, he said. He also shared that he takes at least two to three weeks time before selecting any song. I bring the song home, understand its meaning, study the whole song and then sing it," he explained.

While talking about his childhood, he said, "I wanted to become a cricketer and not a singer." On independent music, he said, "Being an independent musician means you have to trust and believe in your song. I have been an independent artiste for the past 14 years."

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