Lucky Ali reveals he was a failed businessman, selling his carpet cleaning business at a loss, says ‘It wasn’t for me’

Lucky Ali worked in carpet cleaning before he started his singing career, “I sold at a loss, the business was not for me” (Photo credit: Instagram)

Lucky Ali is one of the popular singers in the music industry. The singer ruled indie music in the late 90s and early 2000s. Songs such as ‘O Sanam’ and ‘Gori Teri Aankhein’ are under his belt. He even sang some of the hit charts for Bollywood movies.

Many 90s kids still remember songs like Ek Pal Ka Jeena for Hrithik Roshan’s debut film Kaho Na Pyaar Hai. But few people know that he did not plan to become a singer. In fact, he was working in the carpet cleaning business. Scroll down to learn more.

During a recent fan interaction on ShareChat and Moj, Lucky Ali recalled his youth and said he decided to get into carpet cleaning because he had no desire to act in movies. . “My father (actor Mehmood) wanted me to play, but times had changed drastically. I enjoyed being among the musicians much more; it was always fun with them.

Speaking to Curly Tales, the famous musician said: “I was bored with rugs because I didn’t know how to sell. I knew how to buy but I did not know how to sell. So everything I bought, I sold at a loss. Business was not for me.

During the interview, he also claimed to have spotted a UFO near his farm in Bangalore and purchased a pet snake.

Lucky Ali, who is loved by many for his melodious voice, also recently said he felt like a “besura” as he had no formal singing training. But he is always looking to “achieve the eighth note of silence” in his music. “I feel that I am a besura. I didn’t learn the music, but I trust the process and put my heart into everything I do. We don’t do riyaz either. We just say a dua before our performance at each concert and leave the rest to God. We want people to enjoy our music,” he said.

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