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Singing Sensation Sanober Kabir


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She has done more than 200 live shows as a singer cum performer in last two years both in India and abroad. The remix song “Bairi Ke Bair” from the film “Anokhi Raat” sung by her and its music video in which she featured from ” The Return of Kaanta mix” album on T-series was an instant hit. She sang all the songs in the album. She even did a film as a lead actress, in Kalpana Lajmi’s ‘Kyon’ and was nominated for the MTV Emmies in 2004 for the best female pop act and best debutant singer. Meet the multi talented sensational and sexy Sanober Kabir who is a bundle of talent, full of energy and waiting to make it even bigger in Bollywood. Here’s an insight into her thoughts and goals, ambition and views…

 

RG: You have done a lot in such a young age. You have also done TV serials…
SK: Yes, I did -Tum Bin Jau Kaha for Zee TV, produced by Aruna Irani in which I played “Durga” opposite Vikas Bhalla and I also did Arzoo Hai Tu for Sahara One, produced by Sagar Arts in which I played “Meethi. In Karishma-The Miracle of Destiny for Sahara one produced by Akashdeep I played Ria- opposite Jugal Hansraj and also did episodic appearances as a singer in “Hotel Kingston” and “Yeh Meri Life Hai”

RG: Do you want to continue doing television as well?
SK: Yes, I am open to Cameos and episodic roles on television

RG: You are a multifaceted personality. You sing, you perform, you act and you are also a trained dancer…
SK: Yes, I learnt classical dancing for twelve years, training from Gopi Kishan and Jayanti Mala (Sitara Devi’s daughter) and for Western dance I took lessons from Shaimak Davar, Terrence Lewis and Jojo Khan.

RG: You have quite a lot of talent in your family. Can you tell us about your relatives in Bollywood?

SK: Yes, My father, N.S. Kabir was secretary to Sharmila Tagore for ten years and made two films “Tyag” and “Badnam Farishtey” with Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore. My Mother Sabiha designed for actresses from Sharmila Tagore, Padmini Kohlapure to Shree Devi, Madhuri, Meenakshi Sheshadri and Tabu. Above that she introduced actress Sonam to the industry and managed her work as well. Raja Murad is my maternal uncle, Sonam, the actress is my first cousin and Zeenat Aman is my aunt.


RG:
What sort of a person are you?

SK: I am honest, hardworking, extrovert, determined, practical and easygoing.

RG: What keeps you busy apart from your singing and videos?

SK: I enjoy doing shows in different cities. Entertainment is really catching on these days and everyone wants a performance, whether it’s a corporate meeting or a dealer meet or launch of a new product. So I am very busy travelling quite a lot each month. I guess not many performers can both sing and dance at the same time, like I do, so the demand is there.

RG: What is your motto you believe in?
SK:I think hard work really pays. People think that life in the glamour industry is really easy but that’s not so. It’s a lot of hard work.

RG: What is your take on the current crop of reality talent shows that are all over television these days?

SK: I think its great that you have shows like Indian Idol and Sa re ga ma etc. Many big singers feel that they had to struggle more and there were no such talent hunts in their time but then that’s the outreach of television and times are changing. It’s about being at the right place at the right time and the winners are lucky that they happened to be around when such shows are being planned. I think such talent shows should be appreciated.

RG: What do you do when not working?

SK: Well I like to get up late, go to the gym, watch movies, hang out with my friends. I like watching movies in a theatre because I enjoy the theatre experience.

 

RG: What sort of food do you like?

 

SK: I like Chinese food and love junk food though I have to stop myself at times keeping my gymming in mind!

 

RG: What qualities do you find attractive in an ideal partner?
SK: I would go for a person with a good sense of humour and who is also ambitious. I would like him to have the drive to make it big in life. He doesn’t have to be particularly rich but shouldn’t be just a pretty boy without any drive and energy.


RG:
Do you think it’s getting more difficult for relationships to last longer these days? If so, why do you think its happening??
SK: Well, tolerance levels are very low or maybe even zero these days. Women are no longer martyrs who put up with a lot. Today they say ‘ to hell with you and mind your own business’ if things are not working out with their men. On the other hand, a lot of girls get married just to get out of homes, which are very restrictive, and parents strict. So when marriage is not the bed of roses they think it is, problems arise. I think parents and children should be closer to each other so that kids don’t make wrong decisions in life just to get out of a situation. In my own family, we are very close knit and strong and I value that.

RG: Recently a leading model and actress committed suicide. Why do you think such things are happening in the glamour world of Mumbai? Are the pressures too much?
SK: It was shocking to hear about that. It’s difficult to understand why someone with a good career would do that. But at the same time I say hats off to all the young girls in Mumbai who leave their families behind and come here, live alone without a family and any emotional anchors and yet make it big. It’s very tough to do that and I guess the pressures are high.

RG: You are a singer yourself. Whose music do you like to listen to?
SK: I love Asha Bhonsle’s Hindi songs and OP Nayyar, Shankar Jaikishan and old music directors like that

RG: What is your comment on the changing music scene today?
SK: Its great that a lot of world music is coming in and there is more music catering to the youth. Lots of good and different music is happening.

What is your comment on the changing music scene today?Its great that a lot of world music is coming in and there is more music catering to the youth. Lots of good and different music is happening.

RG: Finally, what is your goal at this point in your career?
SK: I want to make more music albums and start a production house for teleserials with my mom.
Finally, what is your goal at this point in your career?I want to make more music albums and start a production house for teleserials with my mom.

 

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