Playing the keyboard brings me lots of peace and happiness says Sharvari
Sharvari, awaiting her launch as a heroine in Yash Raj Films’ big ticket entertainer Bunty Aur Babli 2, is one who easily fits into the category of multi-talented artistes. The audiences will soon see this performer’s acting skills on the big screen as well as be wowed by her proficiency on the piano.
Sharvari Wagh, who claims she was influenced by music since her childhood, says, “I’d sit in my room and play old cassettes, and then on CDs and soon on my MP3 player. I always used to have some kind of music on me and used to listen to it when sitting idle. So, when I was 10 years old, my mom enrolled me in a keyboard class and I haven’t since stopped learning the keyboard.”
Having attended piano classes for about nine years, Sharvari even sees the keyboard as an integral part of her. “Even today, when I listen to a song or melody I like, I immediately come back home and try to set it on the keyboard and set my notes to it. Playing the keyboard brings me lots of peace and happiness,” adds Sharvari, who hopes to even explore her musical side in films.