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Bollywood Hungama considered him as a gifted actor."He has a wide range of emotions that effortlessly inhabit his face".There’s all these different types of women playing music in all these different ways – and we can raise each other up. Born in Lucknow, he made his screen debut with a small role in the English language film The Other End of the Line (2008) before appearing in the American television miniseries Bollywood Hero (2009).There’s a song on my record called ‘Live With You’, which is about someone that I didn’t wanna be anywhere near.Someone Facebooked me and said, “I love the housemate song”, and I was like, “What’s the housemate song?It was a way for me to sort of name and claim some of these emotions that I was having, because you get to that age when you should be more mature and you should not get upset about this kind of stuff and I shouldn’t be jealous about this stuff. So when it does get put out there, does it feel strange for people to have different interpretations of them, and coming back and being like, “I felt this, and this meant this to me.” It’s weird cause I don’t think other people hear my songs.I write them and I put them out there and then I’m surprised when people say “Oh I heard your song! [Laughs] Yeah, it’s funny when people have different interpretations of them.
When you’re writing, do you consider the audience’s interpretation of the song or are you writing purely for yourself? It was a time in my life in my late 20’s, where I was sort of having a really difficult time with stuff.It’s a rainy Thursday in Sydney and Barter is sitting in a cafe in Surry Hills, slowly sipping on a glass of sparkling water.“I’ve already had three coffees today, so I should probably give it a break,” she says by way of explanation.Barter has already done a radio interview at triple j this morning, where she also found out that her new album “I’m getting better at talking about the album,” she says.“In the beginning when people ask you to explain your song you’re like ‘uh…’.
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