AR Rahman is thought the world over for his soulful, melodious and touching music. His music and songs have made it to chartbusters for the previous a number of years, and he is thought-about as a music maestro not only for his work, however for the way in which he has at all times been a champion for good music.

Now, in a candid chat with Hindustan Times, AR Rahman has spoken about Bollywood remixing some of his finest songs, and how he is really solely preferred one remix and finds the others after that one “disastrous”. The musician shared, “The one which I was happy with was The Humma Song (Ok Jaanu; 2017) as it helped the movie. However, after that, I didn’t like any of them. Some of them are really disastrous and very annoying.”

He additional added, “In fact, I told the company who made the remix, ‘You are forcing me to support this but I hate this one, and people are going to troll me if I support this.’ As far as the trend is concerned, it’s over. I think people are realising that music needs love and finding a song for the movie, rather than taking the fast food route.”

Well, we won’t say we disagree!

When requested why he has been MIA from the Hindi movie scene, Rahman mentioned that he is been busy with different issues. “I was concentrating on my film, 99 Songs, which is but to launch and Dil Bechara, which is meant to come back out. I was additionally doing Tamil motion pictures. My time was divided between my productions, constructing a studio, and spending time with my youngsters and nurturing them into musicians,’ he defined.

On the skilled entrance, AR Rahman is presently busy with an Aanand L Rai film and two different movie tasks that will probably be introduced quickly.

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