Original tracks have their own charm and remix rarely suit their swag; however, it won’t be incorrect to suggest that most remixes permanently ruin the original track and make the album unbearable for the ears. It’s also no less than playing with the composer, writer, and lyricist’s emotions and feelings which have many wonderful memories associated with the song in their conscience.
Over time, we’ve seen a lot of classic and melodious songs fall victim to remixes and losing all their vivacity. This time, it was A. R. Rahman’s beautiful track “Masakali” from “Delhi 6” has become a target of the same and not only the composer but also the lyricist Prasoon Joshi from Masakali and director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra from “Delhi 6” are upset by the new version.
Speaking of “Masakali 2.0,” it stars Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria while Abhishek Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor have the original one.
Tanishk Bagchi has the credit for spoiling the cheerful song and giving it a romantic twist and Tulsi Kumar and Sachet Tandon have sung it.
And more, unfortunately, “Masakali”‘s original developers are very disappointed with the “Masakali 2.0” producers for not obtaining permission for the reprised version.
There is no denying the fact that remixes are made because they are watched, liked and enjoyed by a good number of people.
To increase their viewership and for monetary gains, even big and reputed firms don’t shy away from producing reprised versions of superhit songs but what effect they leave on the soul of original creators cannot be described in words and can only be felt!
There’s no denying the fact that remixes are made because a decent number of people are watching, loving and enjoying them.
Even major and reputed firms do not shy away from creating reprised versions of superhit songs to increase their viewership and for monetary gains but what impact they have on the soul of original creators can not be expressed in words and can only be felt!