New Delhi: He shot to limelight with his debut composition `Haal-e-Dil` in `Murder 2` and singer-composer Harshit Saxena now wants to be known as the "voice of Emraan Hashmi".
A self-proclaimed fan of Hashmi, the 27-year-old is looking for a longer association with the Bhatt camp.
"I got a dream debut. I could not have asked for more. As an aspiring singer, I used to sing and compose keeping Emraan in mind. And here I am, singing for him.
"Youth connect easily with the actor. He is very under-rated but I think that he is a youth icon. I want to be known in the industry as the voice of Emraan," Harshit told reporters.
The singer is also keen to do playback singing for the perfectionist Aamir Khan.
"I also admire Aamir Khan a lot and would like to sing for him after Emraan," he added.
The singer hails from Lucknow and is still coping with the fast life of Mumbai. Harshit has some offers in his kitty but does not want to divulge much.
"I have some very good offers. In the next five-six months, the audience will get to hear me but I don`t want to reveal anything now because Mumbai industry is full of uncertainties. I believe such things should be spoken only when it is confirmed to the people by the producers or directors."
Asked if the Bhatt camp will consider him for the sequels of `Murder` and `Raaz`, the newcomer said it is "too early."