Oscar award-winner composer A.R Rahman shows his anger towards the T-Series for ruin the iconic song ‘Masakali’ from the ‘Delhi-6’ movie. Fans don’t like the new version of Masakali which is Masakali 2.0 produced by Tanishq Bagchi and sung by Tulsi Kumar & Sachet Tandon.
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- A.R. Rahman expresses his anger for the new remake of his iconic song ‘Masakali’ which is ‘Masakali 2.0’.
- He tweeted a picture on twitter and asks fans to enjoy original instead of this remake.
- Music lovers also criticize this new remake of Tanishq Bagchi because fans love the original one.
- This is not the first time when Tanishq Bagchi is criticizing for his remake works.
- Latest T-Series music video of Masakali 2.0 starring Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria.
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During the depressed and sad quarantine time, people are looking at new ways to entertain. Then T-series takes the responsibility and drops the as a usual new remake of the old hit song but this time they ruined the iconic song of oscar award winner composition A.R. Rahman’s which is Masakali from the movie Delhi-6.
After the music video released fans are getting angry and disappointed by T-series. The Remake Masakali 2.0 is composed and produced by Tanishk Bagchi and sung by Tulsi Kumar & Sachet Tandon.
Masakali 2.0 has over 16 million views and is in the top 2 trending videos on YouTube India currently since its release on Wednesday.
The Original Maskali was sung by Mohit Chauhan with lyrics by Prasoon Joshi and amazing composition by A.R. Rahman in 2009. The song won the lots of awards and become the Best Song of the Year by Airtel Mirchi Music Awards – 2009. The song featured Abhishek Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor in movie Delhi 6 (2009), which was directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra.
“No short cuts, properly commissioned, sleepless nights, writes and re-writes. Over 200 musicians, 265 days of creative brainstorming with the aim to produce music that can last generations. A team of a director, a composer and a lyricist supported by actors, dance directors, and a relentless dance crew,” tweeted Rahman, a few hours after the remake dropped. He also suggests the music lovers, listen to the original song.
A seemingly upset A R Rahman took to social media to share his emotions and the unique music with netizens. He additionally stated that a whole lot of onerous work goes behind singing and requested his followers to take heed to the unique quantity.
A.R. Rahman’s earlier well-liked tracks such as Humma Humma, Urvashi, Muqabla are remixed and acquire the mixed reaction from music lovers. And the interesting thing is all the tracks are recreated by Tanishk Bagchi.
Some music lovers appreciate the modern new taste of old songs by recreating them but some music lover just doesn’t like the recreated version, they feel the lack of originality on the new song.