Lucky Ali Is Retiring From The Music Industry, Said – “I Feel Tired Now”, Deets Inside!!
The son of famous comedian Mehmood and Bollywood’s famous singer-actor Lucky Ali do not need any introduction. It will not take much time for the people of 90s to recognize the name of Lucky Ali, we all have heard many superhit songs of Lucky. The magic of Lucky Ali’s voice has been confined to stage performances for quite some time now. In such a situation, Lucky, who is away from the limelight, has once again come into the limelight due to a conversation.
Bollywood singer and composer Lucky Ali made many big revelations about his career ahead in his recent interview. He said during his conversation that now he wants to retire from music. Lucky says, “I now want to move away from music and do things that I haven’t done in my life. I am not giving up music completely but also don’t know how long to come, I will be able to contribute to it.”
Lucky Ali says he is planning to retire shortly before ‘Intezaar’ is made. He said, “I have been thinking of retiring for a long time. I take it like any other responsibility of mine. When my kids started their music company, I had decided that now It’s time for me to leave.”
While the whole world was troubled by Covid on one hand, at this time people also got a chance to spend a lot of time with their family. The happiness of this was clearly visible on Singer Lucky’s face as well. Lucky said, “I was very happy when there were no concerts. I was taking this time as my vacation and was very happy that I did not have to travel anywhere. I had a very difficult last few years. It is not at all easy to carry around with your sack and bed all the time. It takes a lot of courage and strength to do that.”
Lucky Ali has been doing live shows and concerts for a long time now. In such a situation, while talking about live shows, he said, “Live shows have a very deep impact on our mental and physical state. We have to go to a completely new place. No matter how good that place is but not home. I feel tired now so I think it is the right time for me to retire.”