The American DJ duo Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall performed in Delhi and Mumbai (and decided to meet Shah Rukh Khan). Their reaction to a possible brush with Bollywood is: “Hell, yeah!
Globally renowned music duo The Chainsmokers collaborated with Bollywood professional Priyanka Chopra for their song Erase.
Thousands of enthusiasts in Delhi-NCR swayed to the music of North american DJ duo Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, popularly known as The Chainsmokers. The location was Greater Noida on Friday. A day previously, that they had performed in Mumbai.
In an exclusive interview, Alex, 32, and Andrew, 27, who collaborated with professional Priyanka Chopra for the 2012 monitor Erase, tell us that they would like to work with her in a film. “We’ve no plans as of this moment, but we’re open to working with her again,” says Alex. Andrew quickly adds, “We want to take action with her now. We’ve already done a tune [mutually], so now we want to work in a Bollywood movie with her!”
They had programs to meet acting professional Shah Rukh Khan, though that dropped through. “We were supposed to meet Shah Rukh Khan in Mumbai, but as a result of schedule everything acquired messed. He seems quite cool, we wouldn’t head hanging out with him. He looks like a fairly cool dude who would be easy to get along with,” says Alex.
So, are they enthusiastic about Bollywood films? “Hell, yeah!” they state, almost together.
The Chainsmokers are currently on their Road to Ultra concert tour. At the higher Noida show, lover frenzy peaked as they performed songs such as Something EXACTLY LIKE This, Don’t Let Me Down, and a mashup with their covers.
Talking about how both of them have been in connection with their Indian supporters, Alex says, “I am talking to a bunch of kids on Instagram plus they were already nice and enthusiastic. I had asked everyone on Twitter what music they like and we got [a] couple of responses.”
Their 2016 track Closer became a worldwide rage and received them superstardom immediately. However, in their brain, they’re still “kids” who like cool music.
“That song gave us an identity,” says Alex. “In a very lot of conditions with DJs, people know their music but don’t know [what] they look like. But then Closer became a hit melody and we were accomplishing it on various platforms. We felt well-known for the first time, which feels really weird because till day, we’re still the same kids who want to make cool music.”