New Delhi - Talented singer Kailash Kher doesnt like to be tagged as a Sufi singer and says he has sung all kinds of songs with different moods. The melodious singer, who has composed and sung anthem, Hausla, for Haywards 5000, an iconic brand from SABMiller group, said, I'm not only famous for Sufi songs. I sing all kind of songs with different moods. For instance, 'Love sex or dhoka' for the movie LSD, Chakde phate in Khosla Ka Ghosla, and Touba touba from the album Kailasa. They are not Sufi at all. I can sing all type of songs. I'm famous for soulful songs. Describing about Hausla, he said, The song is not like our other songs, it's a song with lot of energy and encouraging spirit. It has nothing called Sufi. Already performed it in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in front of three countries. People went crazy after listening to our song and seeing the performance. The song, written by Javed Akhtar, is inspired by the true stories of the common man's resolve and resilience which were collected across India through Hausla Buland Movement.