Playback singer Sharvi Yadav began her musical journey with singing reality show The Stage. The show was judged by stalwarts like Vishal Dadhlani, Ehsaan Noorani and Monica Dogra. She won the show’s second season and since then it is no looking back for the singer. In 2018, she made her Bollywood debut by crooning the title track of Veere Di Wedding. Post that, the singer has given her voice for projects like Frozen 2 (Hindi version), Thappad and Four More Shots Please! The recent release Goodbye also features her chartbuster track, The Hic song, which is picturized on Rashmika Mandanna. In an exclusive interview with Team MissMalini, Sharvi speaks about her musical journey, singing The Hic Song and Step Copy starring Ayushmann Khurrana in DoctorG.

But before going further here’s a look at her latest number:

Check out the excerpts from the interview:

On singing for Rashmika Mandanna in GoodBye, Sharvi said…

I never thought that I would ever have an opportunity to lend my voice to the national crush Rashmika Mandana and it was such an honor and she looked absolutely gorgeous dancing to my voice.

On her experience about crooning the recent tracks- Hic and Step Copy, she narrated…

I have been waiting for the release of Step Copy for the longest time because I knew that it was coming in DoctorG which features Ayushmann Khurrana and Rakul Preet Singh. I have been the biggest fan of Ayushmann since Vicky Donor and it’s also my debut duet with Amit Trivedi Sir. I have been singing for him for the past two years. I have sung 6 songs for him but this is my first duet with him. It is one of my favorite duets with him. It’s a party number. The track makes you want to get up from your sofa or couch and tempts you to dance. I’m also looking forward to watching this movie.

While sharing her thoughts on the current Indie music scene, Sharvi shared…

I genuinely feel that it is time for independent music to boom because if you see in the West, Beyoncé, Shakira or Rihanna are popular and you see them as not like a vocalist but as a complete artist. They are like a role model and their voices are looked up to. I feel it’s the right time that the same thing should also happen in India. You see current independent artists like Osho Jain and even Badshah. They are all big artists and releasing singles. They are not releasing their songs via Bollywood.

Well, I also feel that it is time for Independent artists to flourish. That is the way forward for talented musical professionals to move ahead in life.