Chennai, July 26
Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman has revealed that the explanation he has been doing much less work in Bollywood through the years is that sure folks within the Hindi movie trade have continuously been spreading rumours about him, denting his possibilities of getting good work.
The topic got here up when Rahman was requested why he works extra steadily in Tamil cinema than in Hindi movies, throughout an interplay on the FM station Radio Mirchi.
“I don’t say no to good movies, but I think there is a gang, which, due to misunderstandings, is spreading some false rumours,” replied the composer.
Rahman’s newest rating is for “Dil Bechara”, the late Sushant Singh Rajput’s final movie that launched on OTT this Friday. The movie marks the directorial debut of casting director Mukesh Chhabra, and has been profitable plaudits for its hummable tunes.
“When Mukesh Chhabra came to me, I gave him four songs in two days. He told me, ‘Sir, many people said don’t go to him (Rahman). They told me stories after stories’. I heard that and I realised, yeah okay, now I understand why I get less (Bollywood offers) and why the good movies are not coming to me. I am doing dark movies, because there is a whole gang working against me. People are expecting me to do stuff, but there is another gang of people preventing that from happening, without them knowing that they are doing harm,” Rahman advised the radio station.
“It is fine, because I believe in destiny, and I believe that everything comes from God. So, I am taking my movies and doing my other stuff,” the musician identified.
He added that each one are welcome to work with him. “All of you are welcome to come to me. Make beautiful movies, and you are welcome to come to me,” he stated.
Rahman received two Oscars for Danny Boyle’s “Slumdog Millionaire” in 2009. In October final 12 months, he turned producer with the musical movie, “99 Songs”. IANS