Singer Lucky Ali needs no introduction, courtesy of, his chartbuster and iconic songs that continue to rule our hearts. The singer is now gearing up for the release of his next track ‘Intezaar’ which will release on April 6 and he is busy promoting the same. In a recent interview, Lucky Ali talked about how live shows and stage performances affect his physical and mental well-being. He also spoke about his retirement and admitted that he has been mulling over it for the past many years.
In a recent interview with Hindustan Times, Lucky Ali talked about his retirement and said, “I have been thinking of it (retiring) for a long time. I think of it as more of a responsibility than anything else. When my kids started their music label, I thought I was on my way out. I was prepared for it.” The 63-year-old singer also revealed the impact of live shows on his health. “You go to a completely new place. Of course, all of it is nice and comfortable. But, it’s not home. My neck hurts because of the pillow, or the bed. I can’t sleep on new beds. So, [because of] all of these things, I think it (the wish to retire) is happening,” Lucky explained.
His latest track Intezaar has been written by IP Singh and is about the hope that someone will return. His last album was 'Lemalla' with Israeli musician Eliezer Cohen Botzer. In 2020, Lucky Ali had performed live at Goa's Arambol village. Several videos from his impromptu concert went viral and left everyone mighty impressed with the singer.