Emraan Hashmi, who was last seen on screen in Raaz Reboot, says when it comes to Hindi songs, he likes to be self-indulgent and listens to his own tracks. “Electronic music is my favourite. I love going for electronic music fests in Amsterdam or Goa. The music or the atmosphere there is something that I love. And that’s what I have been influenced by,” Emraan said on Zoom channel’s show Raavan Reloaded. “I am self-indulgent. If I listen to Hindi songs, I’ll listen to my own tracks,” added the actor.
The Azhar star said the tracks of Murder 2 and The Dirty Picture are his favourites. Pee lun is the best one ever. It’s so romantic, I knew it’s going to be the biggest romantic song of the year and that happened,” he added.
Raavan Reloaded is airing during the 10 days of Navratri, ending with a finale that will feature all villains from Bollywood, in one day.
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The series went on air from October 1, and focuses on the journey of the actors from entering the industry to portraying the most villainous role of their lives.
He has over the years carried the image of a ‘serial kisser’ and actor says the audience does find it difficult to disassociate him with that tag. The actor, who shot to fame with his breakthrough role in “Murder” in 2004, is no mood to run away from the image.
“I am not running away from that image (serial kisser). But maybe the audience is finding it difficult to disassociate me from that. They can’t believe when we say it is a family film with my presence. It definitely is a problem,” he told. “Once you have that stamp of a serial kisser, you can waiver a little bit, experiment with different characters, but there is something that people love you for,” he added.