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More on the lyrics

S. ARNEJA

IT'S time to grow up. For singer SHAAN, the release of his latest album "Aksar" seems to have provided the right impetus. Not content with being a teenybop star, Shaan said that he was now interested in promoting the lyrics of his songs rather than concentrating on just the sound. "It's like a mature love, the feelings and emotions change." Not afraid to experiment with different forms, Shaan said that, unlike others, he tried to change his style with each new number. "If the song is fresh and sung well people will remember it even if the film bombs."

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