Lucky Ali, the singer, has confessed that he owned a carpet-cleaning business and lost money. Lucky Ali is a well-known vocalist who dominated indie music in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He is known for songs such as O Sanam and Gori Teri Aankhein. During this time, he also sang numerous Bollywood songs, notably Ek Pal Ka Jeena for Hrithik Roshan’s first film Kaho Na Pyaar Hai.
Lucky said to ShareChat that he used to run a carpet-cleaning business since he didn’t want to perform in movies. “My father (actor Mehmood) wanted me to act, but things had changed.” I like being among musicians; it was always enjoyable to be around them.”
Lucky Ali also mentioned to Curly Tales, “Due to my lack of selling skills, I used to find carpets boring. I knew how to purchase, but not how to sell. So anything I purchased, I sold at a loss. I was not cut out for business.” During the interview, he also claimed to have seen a UFO near his Bengaluru home and to have purchased a pet snake.
Lucky Ali has released his new single, Mohabbat Zindagi. In a press release about the song, he remarked, “During these uncertain times like COVID-19 and war, everybody is seeking to find positivity.” Rather than lecturing, the goal here was to offer some positivism.” He also looked ecstatic about Martin Dubois’ involvement in this endeavour. The song’s creation was not tough; I just wanted to emphasise on how an ordinary person seeks a simple existence in a world full of questions.”
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