The wedding was a private affair as only close friends and relatives were invited.

Kunal Khemu had proposed Soha for the wedding in Paris which is world’s most romantic city.

She keeps returning to those roots, in between flirting with dance floor sensations that range from the saucy (Chikni Chameli in Agneepath) to the naughty (Dhadang dhang in Rowdy Rathore) to the cheesy (Balma in Khiladi 786). 'I have an affinity for Lata (Mangeshkar)ji's songs, especially the ones she recorded for Madan Mohan saab. Not surprisingly, while picking her playlist for a recent MTV Unplugged concert, the only number she picked outside her own repertoire was the timeless Rasme ulfat, which Lata Mangeshkar sang for Madan Mohan in the 1973 film Dil Ki Rahen.'Lataji's work with Madan Mohan is full of nuances.

I find an intensity about those tunes and lyrics that somehow go missing today,' says Shreya.

Around the time she started out, for instance, 'foreign influence' in Hindi songs just meant basic techno or disco beats.

Today, she is excited about how new-age composers experiment with varied sounds. A lot of the changes was perhaps not necessary - particularly hierarchical shifts in the singers' pecking order. To strike a chord in Indian hearts you have to have roots in classical or folk,' she says.

The nawabi princess Soha Ali Khan finally got hitched with her boyfriend and Bollywood actor Kunal Khemu on January 25.

Soha and Kunal were dating for a long and have been in a live-in relationship.

If there is a movie which demands me being there, not just for how I look (I might do)," Shreya told PTI. Shreya will be seen on season six of Royal Stag Barrel Select MTV Unplugged.

The "Deewani Mastani" singer says since she does not have that much confidence as a film heroine; there should be directors with solid convocation that only she can pull off the necessary role. On the show, the singer has performed on six legendary compositions, including the famous Lata Mangeshkar sung ghazal 'Rasm-e-ulfat-ko nibhayein' composed by late Madan Mohan.

'I don't sit down to weigh what I achieved or lost.

If I did, I would have to stop singing,' says Shreya, widely regarded the most versatile playback singer Bollywood has seen over the past decade and half, ever since she shot to the limelight as Aishwarya Rai's voice in the 2002 blockbuster Devdas.

Popular singer Shreya Ghoshal, who has mesmerised people with her melodies voice, has recently said that she might do a film in future only if story demands her.