When Alia Bhatt and Shraddha Kapoor were criticized by Parineeti Chopra for utilizing autotune to make their voices sound great.
She is renowned for her charisma and aura, Parineeti Chopra. She may be feisty and loud, but she also has a knack for saying the right thing at the right time. However, it is often hard to avoid controversies when you are a famous person. Today, we present a throwback from when the Girl on the Train actress made a subtle jab at Alia Bhatt and Shraddha Kapoor for utilizing autotune to make their voices sound great in their songs.
Parineeti has starred in a number of blockbuster films, but she has frequently acknowledged in past interviews that there was a period of time when her career wasn’t going well. Notably, the actress has a voice that soothes the spirit, and she made her singing debut with Mana Ke Hum Yaar Nhi in Meri Pyaar Bindu. The actress reportedly made her singing debut while making a veiled jab at Alia and Shraddha (who also sing, it seems) for utilizing autotune.
When Parineeti Chopra made her singing debut, she was frank about being compared to singers and actors Shraddha Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. The actress acknowledged that she never considered how it might impact her reputation and that she continued to slyly mock both of them. She said, “I swear I didn’t even think of all these things. I am so obsessed with music in life. When I was at that recording studio behind that mic, I was just thinking about me singing. And I just wanted to sing as technically sound as it could be. I didn’t want any autotune. What you hear in the song is my take. Nothing has been ‘fixed.’ And I’m proud of the fact that it wasn’t required because I have learned music. Using autotune would have been a slap on my music education.”