AR Rahman reacts on remix culture amid Neha Kakkar and Falguni Pathak fight. There is war of words between Neha Kakkar and Garba queen Falguni Pathak over the remix of the 90s song ‘Maine Payal Hai Chankai’. AR Rahman`s reaction on remix culture has now come to the fore.
Neha Kakkar and Falguni Pathak`s war of words on social media has given rise to a new debate on social media. The super duper hit song ‘Maine Payal Hai Chankai’ from the 90s has been recreated by Neha Kakkar. Regarding this singer Falguni Pathak who originally sang this song is furious. On the previous day her support singer Sona Mohapatra also came down. Now in the midst of this hot summer. The statement of veteran musician AR Rahman has also come to fore. Singer has described the remix culture as very poor. Here is that remix song;
AR Rahman is in discussion about the film PS-1 these days. He has given music in this Mani Ratnam film. Recently singer had given interview to India Today. Where he reacted to remix culture. He did not take the name of Neha Kakkar, but the way he has lashed out at the singers who remix, it takes a jibe at Neha.
Words of AR Rahman in the interview
During the conversation, when AR Rahman was asked what he thinks about other singers remixing his tunes. He said, “The more i watch it, the more it is getting ruined. The composer`s attention gets distorted. People say- I have re-imagined it. Who are you to re-imagine? I myself am always careful about someone else work. You should respect the work of others and i think this is a gray area. But we need to fix it”.
In the conversation, AR Rahman also asked that how should a singer react. If the producer director asks him to give a modern touch to song by remixing. To this Rahman says, “We had a Telugu music launch and the producers said, all the songs that you and Mani Ratnam have composed for the film, ”PS-1” should be fresh. And they have created through digital mastering.”