Shahvaar Ali Khan Signs First Autograph in India, Gets Thanked by John Abraham for ‘Filmein Shilmein’


India is a country that is already celebs-crazy. No matter if you have achieved a lot as a celebrity or you happen to be just a beginner in the entertainment world, Indians give a response full of warmth showing they care about you amidst the whole galaxy of so many other stars.

Something of the same experience hit Shahvaar Ali Khan as a bolt from the blue making a pleasant surprise when he signed his first autograph in India while attending his college friend’s wedding in Goa. While he enjoyed signing wishes to his fan, Ranbir Kapoor and Jackky Bhagnani looked at his new starlet stage. He described his experience to an interviewer from an Indian newspaper saying:

“A waiter came in the room to serve us coffee – while I assumed it was normal of him to ask Ranbir/Jackky for their autographs as established celebrities, I have no qualms about accepting the fact that I was quite startled to have been asked for an autograph amidst stars like Ranbir and others, sitting in Goa far from my home in Lahore – I guess Filmein Shilmein Chalein Gi, Hum Gaane Shaane Gain Ge!”

Shahvaar’s music has received a generous response in Pakistan too with the music-lovers accepting his style. He considers himself lucky and admires David Dhawan’s taste for music, saying:

“Had it not been for my Trinity College friend, director Rohit Dhawan’s instant intuitive ability to gauge novel music and compassionate encouragement of David (Dhawan) Uncle, my track Filmein Shilmein would have never featured in the background score of Akshay Kumar, John Abraham and Deepika Padukone starrer Desi Boyz.”

He is satisfied with the film’s music, despite the film not doing well. Shahvaar said:

“Despite the movie getting an adult rating at the last minute that affected its business, the film’s music has been received with aplomb – this speaks volumes of Rohit’s sense for new age mainstream music above and beyond Pritam sir’s magic with his melodies and the little impact of my composition Filmein Shilmein.”

Shahvaar is all dazed himself with the humility he experienced at the hands of none other than John Abraham himself. Shahvaar said:

“John thanked me for the song that primarily featured in his scenes, even before I could thank him for giving my voice a face!”

via Times Of India

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