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Sep 22: In his three-year-old profession, Siddharth Mahadevan has figured out how to make his own personality because of hit melodies from “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” and “Dil Dhadakne Do”, however the vocalist says he always feels the weight of being the child of music chief Shankar Mahadevan.

The 23-year-old vocalist says his dad is a genuine legend and being looked at t him is in some cases testing as individuals expect comparative level of commitment from him.

“It’s a gift for me that I’m his child yet there is weight obviously, as there will be desires. Individuals will analyze however I take each one of those things emphatically,” Siddharth told PTI amid Naropa celebration 2016 here.

“My dad is a genuine legend and when you are getting contrasted and a craftsman like that it makes you work much harder and better.”

Siddharth said he tries to take after his dad’s strides from making his own distinction to making the sort of music he had confidence in.

“My dad dependably instructs me to be unique, have my own personality, not attempt to copy anybody and stay to the music you have confidence in and that is the thing that I generally attempt to do,” he said.

Siddharth said he never expected his introduction tune “Zinda” from Farhan Akhtar-starrer “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” would be a tremendous succes.

“I never realized that I was going to sing for it. I simply attempted and luckily they endorsed my voice. That melody has turned into my personality and now individuals know me with that tune.

“It was a totally diverse track. It was a stone melody and rock tunes by and large don’t speak to everyone. Yet, this one truly contacted a considerable measure. It’s an incredible feeling to have your first melody be appreaciated by such a large number of individuals,” he said.

Whenever inquired as to whether he might likewise want to attempt his hands on creating like his dad, he said, “I’m now forming music with my cousin and we have officially given music in three-four Marathi movies so I’m anticipating make in Bollywood too.”

Siddharth, who has sung for huge names in Bollywood incorporating Shah Rukh Khan in “Dilwale” and Aamir Khan in “Dhoom 3”, now might want to playback for genius Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan.

“I have as of now sung for Shah Rukh and Aamir. I might want to sing for Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan next.”

Siddharth’s tune “Teenager Gawah” in chief Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s “Mirzya” is being lauded, and the artist now anticipates the music dispatch of “Rock On 2”, in which he has sung close by Farhan Akhtar.