Sidhant Kapoor’s song Beparwah launched in the world of music
Legendary singer Mahendra Kapoor’s grandson Sidhant Kapoor makes his musical debut with his debut single “Beparwah”. Singer of famous songs like “Tum agar saath dene ka waada karo”, “Mere desh ki dharti sona ugle ugle” Late Mahendra Kapoor Will always be special in the hearts of music lovers. Now his grandson Sidhant Kapoor has chosen the song ‘Beparwah’ for his musical journey which is special in many ways. Sidhant Kapoor talks to Lipika Verma about his song Beparwah and future plans.
Tell me about Song Beparwah
The music video is inspired by the spirit of life of underprivileged children living in slums and is based on the popular poem ‘Slum Children at Play’ by world famous author Ruskin Bond. The lines of this poem have a deep impact. This poem of his inspired Sidhant to compose a song called ‘Beparwah’. This music video salutes the spirit of poor children who believe in living life in a very carefree manner despite living in dire straits.
Music is your legacy and you trained for it
I was fortunate to be born in a family of musicians. The opportunity to learn from and take inspiration from my grandfather, the legendary singer Mahendra Kapoor and father, the singer Ruhaan Kapoor, started meeting everyone when I was young. He learned Indian classical from one of India’s most eminent Indian classical music teachers, Pandit Murli Manohar Shukla and trained under jazz exponent Mr. Javier Fernandes.
You have associated AR Rahman’s The Sunshine Orchestra to the song
For this song we have associated “The Sunshine Orchestra”. Sunshine Orchestra is the dream project of renowned music composer AR Rahman to train children from economically and socially underprivileged backgrounds to become great musicians.
You have also taken Ruskin Bond’s poems for this song.
Why did you want to launch yourself with a different song than a romantic song or a disco song?