Sonu Nigam reacts to Masakali 2.0& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
- Sonu Nigam has reacted to the extreme backlash that the music Masakali 2.Zero has acquired
- The monitor is a remake of the AR Rahman’s iconic music Masakali from the 2009 movie, Delhi-6
- He stated, “Masakali is AR Rahman’s one his most beautiful and loved songs of all time. Rob somebody’s house do whatever, do take somebody’s child”
For some time now, a number of iconic songs from the previous have returned to the massive display screen solely to be recreated and remixed. While some have been fairly appreciated by the viewers, there are different numbers that have not gone down nicely with netizens. Recently, Masakali 2.0 fell within the latter half. Starring Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria, the music was a recreated model of AR Rahman’s iconic composition from the 2009 movie, Delhi-6.
The monitor was extremely criticised for being “insensitively utilised.” In reality, a number of celebs additionally slammed the Tanishk Bagchi rendition. Recently, Sonu Nigam, who’s at the moment in Dubai amid the lockdown, opened up about the identical in a web based interview. The singer talked about that if somebody needs to steal an individual’s home, steal their utensils however not their child. He referred to Masakali as AR Rahman’s little one.
In an interview with Rajeev Masand, Sonu stated, “Masakali is AR Rahman’s one his most stunning and cherished songs of all time. Thoda dhyaan se sunna chahiye. Churana bhi hai toh wo mat churao so sabse valuable hai. If you wish to steal one thing, steal the utensils. Don’t steal someone’s little one. Because that is the child. Rob someone’s home, do no matter, do take someone’s little one. Don’t try this.”
Besides this, speaking about how the intent behind remaking a music is vital, he stated, “When the intent is to make an excellent music it’s fantastic however when the intent is to desecrate somebody to deliver down the status of somebody, ‘Who the hell is AR Rahman?’ ‘We are there na,’ ‘Abhi toh gana apna ho gaya‘, ‘We’ll make the music, Who is AR Rahman.’
He additionally went on to reward AR Rahman, saying, “AR Rahman is a very big name and a very realised soul. You do not become famous without being a very blessed and evolved soul. He’s not a fluke. He changed the business. He has always maintained his dignity, his decorum. I haven’t worked with him for so long but the thing is that doesn’t make me speak ill about him.”