Her most recent tune Bulleya from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is as of now a wrath, however artist Shilpa Rao uncovers she didn't know the track would highlight performer Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, which worked to support her.
The melody has been formed by Pritam Chakraborty and the video highlights on-screen character Ranbir Kapoor and Aishwarya.
Whenever inquired as to whether she knew she was the voice of Aishwarya, Shilpa told to a news agency, "I had no clue. I basically had no clue. The main thing that was exceptionally alluring for me was the tune without anyone else. I didn't have any thought the melody was for Ae Dil Hai Mushkil either."
"In a way it really is ideal that you are simply being driven by the melody itself and nothing more. I surmise that is likewise an incredible place to be," she included.
The 32-year-old vocalist made her Bollywood singing presentation with Tose Naina from Anwar before ascending to far reaching noticeable quality with Khuda Jaane from Bachna Ae Haseeno.
Shilpa, who was from that point forward loaned her voice to a few hit tracks in movies like Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Dhoom 3, Lootera and Bang.
Once on board, Shilpa says there wasn't a lot of a particular instructions included and she just took after the verses penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya.
"There wasn't any concise. Pritam just drove me to the tune. When you see the verses, they themselves are exceptionally clear as crystal to what the melody implies and what does it need to say. That way, Amitabh has that nature of keeping it exceptionally straightforward yet the idea and the expression is right on the money."
Still, for the Manmarziyan hitmaker, the tune which is Sufi in its center while being melodiously rich had its own difficulties.
"To let you know reality, it isn't a simple melody. I took some an opportunity to sort of get into it. When you hear the tune it appears to be exceptionally consistent. In any case, when you're singing it, it is exceptionally hard to keep that poise and stream. I took some an opportunity to live with the tune and afterward sing it."
In spite of the fact that she has for the most part sung tracks with important verses and has shied far from thing numbers, Shilpa says there isn't an extremely cognizant thought.
"I haven't put in that idea while settling on the choices. Each tune that has come way has been important and in the meantime had prevalent esteem to it. The credit goes to everybody who has thrown me," she said.