Actress Shraddha Kapoor termed the death of popular musician Prince as “unfortunate” and remembered his distinct style of singing.
“It’s very unfortunate, he was a legend. He had a very distinct way of singing, so it’s very unfortunate that the music world has lost another legend. Rest in peace, Prince!” Shraddha about Prince’s death at a radio station on Friday to promote her upcoming film, “Baaghi”.
Prince was found dead at his Minnesota home on Thursday. He became a superstar in the 1980s, with the albums “1999”, “Purple Rain” and “Sign O’ the Times”.
Shraddha was without her “Baaghi” co-star Tiger Shroff at the radio station.
“My favourite ‘baaghi’ Tiger is not well, so he couldn’t come today. But you all can wish him, ‘Get well soon, Tiger’,” she said.
With “Baaghi” releasing next week, Shraddha is busy promoting the film across various platforms.
“Promotions are interesting, of course it can get a little tiring and hectic, but it’s fun. The trailer got a lot of love, so here’s hoping people will like the film,” she said.
“Baaghi” has been directed by Sabbir Khan and also stars Telugu star Sudheer Babu.