From making the best quarantine body to music creation, Rahul Rajkhowa is spending time with Dadaji!
MUMBAI: Singer Rahul Rajkhowa, who recently released a song, Haath Dhona Mat Bhoolna to promote washing hands during the ongoing corona pandemic is making the most of his homestay. Be it work, personal growth or family time, the Guwahati based singer who has made raps on issues like JNU protest, CAB etc., is leaving no stone unturned.
Rahul revealed his lockdown routine in an exclusive interview with Music Beat. He said, “I am learning new songs on the guitar and finally practicing it properly, I would barely have time to practice before my tours. I’m also a History teacher here in Mumbai. So I’ve been taking my lessons online and preparing for them.”
The musician teaches at NSS Hillspring International School in Mumbai.
On being asked about things, he is doing apart from music, the youngster shared, “I’m working out a lot as I am trying to make the best quarantine body. I’ve been dancing a lot too and recently uploaded a dance cover on Instagram. I am also reflecting upon how to be a better version of myself! Besides I am appreciating home-cooked food a lot more. Lastly, I am spending time with my Dadaji in Bombay and catching up with family.”
Well, the singer, songwriter indeed has given some quarantine stay goals, but he spending some quality time with his grandfather has stolen hearts. Rahul has also released another song Sone De, where he can be seen grooving on the beat with his dadaji, who is turning 90 this year.
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This is the second song from his Lockdown Mixtape. The singer will be soon releasing a mini album to inspire everyone to be productive during the lockdown. It is entirely shot on iPhone.
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