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Bollywood Rapper Badshah Over Subtle Comment Says, I Have Never Come Across An Imperfect Woman

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| December 9 , 2018 , 16:46 IST

Bollywood composer and one of the famous rapper of the recent time Badshah who is making subtle statements through his songs on embracing uniqueness rather than seeking perfection. The rapper on Sunday claimed that he had never come across any woman who is "imperfect".

Some of his famous songs which include lyrics such as "Dekh tera rang 'saawla' hua baawla" in the superhit "Kar Gayi Chull", or "Baby tu hai raw/Mujhe teri body ki har woh cheez lage sexy/Jo baakiyon ko lagti hain flaw" from the song "Tareefa". Somewhere, Badshah is talking about inclusivity as opposed to objectifying women, which is a common practice in Bollywood's item song lyrics.

Asked if the subtle comment on embracing imperfection is a conscious effort from his side, Speaking to IANS Badshah said, "Never have I ever come across any woman who is imperfect! They are unique. In fact, not just women, I would say no living creature is imperfect. God has made all of us in a certain way, and we are all unique. I see no reason to find fault in that".

He also said, "So, I can write lyrics like '...lagti hai flaw', because there is no flaw! The imperfection lies in the way society perceives things. Trust me, the person who sings his/her heart out, laughs loud and dances like no one is watching, is the beautiful one. Nothing else really matters."

It is learnt that Badshah recently collaborated with international music group Now United to create a song "How We Do It" with Pepsi India.

The Bollywood rapper added, "When I look at these kids, I feel so happy to see how they look at life. They do not have an opinion on everything and their mind is very neutral. They enjoy the smallest things in life. After they arrived here at the hotel, they were enjoying the view, seeing the sunset, they were mesmerised and excited to try out new food here".

"For me, these views, a sunset in Mumbai, the traffic and everything is so normal in the first place, but later realised how excited they are about life. The fact is, we should always be like that because life is a gift," said Badshah.