B Praak on son Adabb: I would want Adabb to have personality of his own
Punjabi singer and music director B Praak has reached heights in his professional career. But the biggest joy and blessing came to him with the birth of his son Adabb. This year, B Praak and his wife Meera Bachchan welcomed their first child, and their happiness extended to another level.
“I think the only thing that I was completely prepared was for me to be a father, Meera and I are pretty much use to of the routine and our baby, in fact, it seems we were prepared for this beautiful journey ♥,” said B Praak, while talking about Adabb recently.
“Life for us is Adabb and it revolves around him, I create music late at night and dedicate the whole day seeing him grow. Happiness has just doubled tripled or can’t express the same in words. The only change would be adjustments in routine to spend as much time as possible to see our little prince grow,” the singer added.
Later in the conversation, when B Praak was asked about one thing he would want his little one to learn from him, the ‘Mann Bharrya’ fame singer said an adorable thing. “I guess more than learning things from me, I would want Adabb to have a personality of his own. He should have his own individuality,” said B Praak.
Not only Punjabi songs, but the singer has also given his voice to the songs Teri Mitti in Akshay Kumar’s film Kesari and Maana Dil in Good Newwz. The singer has released a remix version of his song ‘Shukriya’ a week ago, which is composed and written by Jaani.
Sung by B Praak and Rochak Kohli, the song titled Dil Tod Ke has now crossed over 100 million views on YouTube. This romantic track shows the journey of a heartbroken lover as he undergoes betrayal and conquers revenge.
The Filhall singer, who is trending in the world of Punjabi music, said in the past that he is quite excited for the new phase of his life. “My wife says that I am a doting father and very responsible (laughs). I was prepared for this day and fatherhood since the day I got the news. My wife and I are both 200% dedicated towards our responsibilities, and right now, all we can see is our child. I just want to take each day as it comes with my boy Adabb,” said B Praak in the past.