Despite going international with her new single song "In My City", actress Priyanka Chopra says she has tried to retain the Indianness in her new album.
"I consider myself very desi and I want the world to get the taste of India in my music. Though it's an English album, I didn't want my songs to be completely western. I wanted to have a little Indianness in it too, so we have used a lot of Indian instruments," Priyanka told IANS here Thursday.
"As and when I unravel more of my songs, you will see a lot of Indian influences, even in the video. It's a mix-match of global music," she added.
The actress, who was here to promote her debut international single "In My City", says she is overwhelmed by the response she has received.
"When we came to know that my single has gone triple platinum, which hasn't happened to pop artists here, it was a really big deal for me," she said.
"The sales of the song have been shocking for me. I didn't expect such an encouraging response from the people. I believe it was the curiosity among people, wanting to listen to me that led to such an overwhelming response," she added.
Model-actress Puja Gupta says she knows the importance of education in life and wants to be a graduate
While shooting a TV commercial in Kuala Lumpur, actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar constantly feared Don might emerge out of somewhere
Condemning the spot-fixing in IPL matches, 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' co-stars Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone today said that the act was sad and shameful.
Apart from the done-to-death plot that points fingers at over-ambitious journalists and TRP hungry news channels, there isn't much to 'I Don't Luv U'. Skip it!
'Aurangzeb' with its strong script and powerful performances will rule the box office. A good story with interesting characters makes it an engaging watch. One of the better films so far.
Powerful performances apart, The Reluctant Fundamentalist underwhelms. Tis best to watch this one with lowered expectations
Mr Luhrmann, we think your talents might be better suited to our industry. Stop wasting your time, make the shift and you could be as lucky as Sunny Leone was