Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has lent his voice to a crime story for Amazon Audible Suno, says listening helps your imagination travel.
Amazon is out with a whole App to reach listeners in India. The company, which launched pay-to-use Audible in the country last year, today introduced a new service called Audible Suno that offers free access to “hundreds of hours of audio entertainment, enlightenment and learning.”
Talking about the App and his association with platform, Nawazuddin said, “I am quite excited about this new platform. Hope this beginning finds its niche. There are good stories on the platform; this is a new kind of experiment and wish it finds success”
“I have lent my voice for a crime story. I have narrated the whole story. There are a lot of characters in the story and I have lent my voice to all of them. It is a complete story. Visuals are missing in the story but then again, the sound will complete the visual of the story and that is an interesting part”
“See most of our time is spent on watching and listening, but what happens is that it kills your imagination. But if you just listen it will help your imagination travel, which is wonderful actually, it will be whole new experiment” added Nawaz.
Audible Suno, which is exclusively available to users in India, features more than 60 original and exclusive episodes (of 20 to 60 minutes in length) in both Hindi and English languages.
Audible, the world’s largest seller and producer of audio content, Suno is aimed at filling the “idle time” listeners have each day during their commutes and performing other daily chores.
On the work front, Nawazuddin was last in a romantic comedy Motichoor Chaknachoor with Athiya Shetty, now the actor is busy with his Bole Chudiyan.
Bole Chudiyan is directed by Shamas Nawab Siddiqui, also starring Tamannaah Bhatia.