NEW DELHI: Playback singer Neha Kakkar has said that although singers do get credit for the songs they voice it is equally necessary for them to be seen in today's time.
In a recent interview the diva said, "Wherever there are singers, they get mentioned whenever the credits come. It has become important to be seen also."
The 'Kala Chashma' hitmaker has mentioned that people don't get to know the singers unless they are visually present.
She explained, "When they don't see you, they don't know you. So, it has become very important for singers to be seen. As (far as) singer credit (goes), we of course get it. Now, social media is very important."
Neha became prominent once she voiced the song 'Second Hand Jawaani' from the movie 'Cocktail' by Homi Adajania starring Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone and Diana Penty.
She later became the voice of several party songs like 'Sunny Sunny' from Yaariyan, the film and 'London Thumakda' from the film 'Queen'.
She has also been the part of India Forbes Celebrity 100 in the year 2019 and 2017.
Apart from singing, Neha has also judged quite a lot of singing reality television shows, the most popular one being 'Indian Idol'.
On the work front, Kakkar recently collaborated with rapper 'Yo Yo Honey Singh' titled 'Moscow Suka'. The song is a blend of Punjabi and Russian languages.