At the 95th Oscar Awards, RRR’s song Natu-Natu and the documentary film The Elephant Warriors have brought laurels to India all over the world. Meanwhile, an interview of AR Rahman, who has won two Oscars, is making a lot of headlines these days. In this interview, he is seen giving his opinion on the films sent by the country for the Academy Award.
AR Rahman explained the topic
During the interview, Rahman is seen answering many questions openly. In the conversation, when he was asked how he changed the way of recording songs with musicians and orchestras, he replied that it was possible only because of the development of technology. He explained that there were only eight tracks for the films, but he comes from a jingle background, so he had 16 tracks, which allowed him to do a lot with them.
In this conversation, he also talked about the films being sent to the Oscars. The composer said that I see that Indian films are sent for Oscars, but they do not get success. He further said that he feels that wrong films are being sent for the award. During the interview, he said that we have to think from the perspective of others. Significantly, this interview is of January, which has been uploaded on AR Rahman’s YouTube channel on March 15.
Wrong movies are being sent for the Oscars
He further said that, Wrong movies are being sent for the Oscars. And I just don`t like it. We have to be in another person’s shoes. I have to be in Westerner’s shoes to see what’s happening here. I have to be in my shoes to see what they are doing.” He is shown in this interview expressing his thoughts on the movies that his nation nominated for an Oscar Award.