Finally, the music buffs all over the globe have one fine reason to rejoice and that’s all about the musical release of A.R. Rahman’s recent release ‘Raavanan’ in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. With the album turning to be top-drawers at audio markets, Rahman confesses about the deletion of songs crooned by Asha Bhosle and Sonu Niigaam.
‘Since, we felt that those songs turned to be a sort of impedimenta on film’s narration, I and Manirathnam decided to remove those songs’ says A.R. Rahman. Much prior to the music release, Sonu Niigaam had himself admitted about his song being missed out in the album.
It’s worth mentioning that three songs in ‘Raavan’ were actually meant for Manirathnam’s other project titled ‘Lajjo’ that didn’t take off due to some unavoidable reasons. Many of the Tamil buffs have felt that A.R Rahman had ardently tuned melodies for Hindi buffs as the genres he has chosen seems to be savoring for the North Indian tastes.
It’s worth mentioning that Tollywood’s most happening music director A.R. Rahman has crooned a song for Telugu version ‘Villain’.
– R. Richard Mahesh / Sampurn Wire