Neha Kakkar has given some of the biggest Bollywood hits in the past few years, including Garmi, Aankh Marey, O Saki, Dilbar and Kala Chashma. She enjoys popularity as a singer in the music industry and has a huge fan following on social media as well. Despite a successful track record, Neha revealed that she does not get paid for her Bollywood projects.
The singer told IANS, "We don't get paid for singing in Bollywood at all. What happens is they feel that if we give a superhit song, the singer will earn through shows, I get a good amount from live concerts and everything, but Bollywood doesn't have this scene. To make us sing a song, they don't pay."
Neha is also seen as a judge on a singing reality show, Indian Idol 11. She recently released a song titled, Jinke Liye through T-series, and will be featuring in a song with rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh titled Moscow Suka. The song is reportedly a mix of Punjabi and Russian language, and the Russian vocals will be performed by Ekaterina Sizova.
The singer is quite active on social media and keeps her fans up to date with her everyday activities. She also wrote a poem when the Coronavirus lockdown began in India, and shared it with her fans on Instagram, take a look:
Earlier this week, Neha took to Instagram to wish her brother Tony Kakkar a happy birthday. The two have collaborated for songs like Coca-Cola, Car Main Music, and Dheeme Dheeme.