Aditi Rai Hydari is not only a good actress and dancer but also a good singer. She first did fulltime playback singing in the 2012 romantic comedy ‘London, Paris, New York’ where she shared the screen space with Ali Zafar in the direction of Anu Menon. Aditi Rao Hydari crooned two songs Thehree Si Zindagi and Voh Dekhnay Mein. The actress has shocking good singing voice.
In Tollywood, Aditi Rao Hydari was seen in recently released romantic entertainer Sammohanam in which she shared the screen space with Sudheer Babu. Currently she is enjoying the success of Sammohanam. Yesterday Aditi Rao Hydari took to her twitter and shared a video, where she is seen signing a Song. She captioned it, “Celebrating the success of #Sammohanam by the sea, far away, windswept in #Maldives… missing the whole gang… thank you all for making us shine… see you at the theatre… keep the love coming… #OCheliThaara from Sammohanam for #WorldMusicDay.”
Although, considering Aditi Rai Hydari is the daughter of Hindustani singer Vidya Rao (classical singer popular for thumri and dadra genres of music) it is not surprising that singing runs in the family. Aditi Rao Hydari has always been fond of dancing and is a qualified Bharatnatyam dancer. The Hyderabad born actress took up the traditional dance form at the age of six.
After the release of Kaatru Veliyidai/ Cheliyaa, directed by Maniratnam, Aditi Rao Hydari went viral with her performances of the song ‘Saas’ from Jab Tak Hai Jaan and ‘Vaan Varuvaan’ from Kaatru Veliyidai on the sets of the reality show Super Singer Junior.
On the World Music Day, Aditi Rao Hydari also posted a video of herself singing the melodious ‘Chupke Se’ from Saathiya starring Rani Mukherjee and Vivek Oberoi. Incidentally, Saathiya is the Hindi remake of Mani Ratnam’s Alaipayuthey starring R. Madhavan. The sources say that when music director A.R. Rahman heard Aditi Rao Hydari sing a few lines for Kaatru Veliyidai, he said to her to put her singing skills to use.
Celebrating the success of #Sammohanam by the sea, far away, windswept in #Maldives… missing the whole gang… thank you all for making us shine… see you at the theatre… keep the love coming… #OCheliThaara from Sammohanam for #WorldMusicDay. pic.twitter.com/lOuyhVTJxu
— Aditi Rao Hydari (@aditiraohydari) June 22, 2018