Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur says music maestro AR Rahman has usually confronted difficulties within the Hindi movie business due to his Oscar wins. Kapur made the comment after Rahman’s newest interview, the place he stated that there was a gang working towards him in Bollywood, leading to him getting fewer motion pictures.
“I don’t say no to good motion pictures, however I believe there’s a gang, which, because of misunderstandings, is spreading some false rumours. When Mukesh Chhabra got here to me (for Dil Bechara), I gave him 4 songs in two days. He advised me, ‘Sir, how many individuals stated don’t go, don’t go to him (AR Rahman) and so they advised me tales after tales.’
“I heard that, and I realised, yeah okay, now I perceive why I’m doing much less (work in Hindi movies) and why the nice motion pictures usually are not coming to me. I’m doing darkish motion pictures, as a result of there’s a complete gang working towards me, with out them understanding that they’re doing hurt,” stated Rahman in his interview with Radio Mirchi.
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Tweeting an excerpt from the interview, Shekhar Kapur, who collaborated with AR Rahman on his 2007 directorial Elizabeth: The Golden Age, wrote, “You already know what your downside is @arrahman? You went and acquired #Oscars. An Oscar is the kiss of dying in Bollywood. It proves you could have extra expertise than Bollywood can deal with…”
Hours later, Rahman quoted him and tweeted that it was higher for everybody to maneuver on to “better issues”. “Misplaced Cash comes again, fame comes again, however the wasted prime time of our lives won’t ever come again. Peace! Lets transfer on. Now we have better issues to do,” the ace music composer posted on Twitter.