Singer Sona Mohapatra on Wednesday criticised the song “Nadiyon Paar”, the recreated model of singer Shamur’s widespread 2008 monitor “Let The Music Play”, saying that Bollywood disrespects unique creators and doesn’t again new expertise.
Jumping on the notorious development of remixes in Bollywood, the makers of Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao-starrer Roohi dropped “Nadiyon Paar” earlier in the day. While the unique song has been composed by Emanuele Marascia, Alessandro Murru, the recreated model is credited to Sachin-Jigar. The unique vocals by Shamur are joined by Jigar Saraiya, IP Singh and Rashmeet Kaur in “Nadiyon Paar”. The extra lyrics have been written by IP Singh and Jigar Saraiya.
While the web goes on a nostalgic journey to the 2000s with “Nadiyon Paar”, Sona Mohapatra is much from impressed. In a sequence of tweets, the singer questioned Bollywood’s obsession with recreations.
“The sorry saga of remixing songs in Bollywood continues, the message that they put out is clear – we have no need or respect for original creators, creation, music composers, lyricists even singers. What it also says is that we have no confidence, spine, guts to back the new,” she wrote in her first tweet.
The final decade has seen the worst of this state of worry & lack of religion in the creation of new Music in Bollywood.I laud the uncommon few exceptions who proceed to consider in our distinctive legacy of cinematic musicals,the place the language of music was so key in taking ahead narratives https://t.co/9xinZxENah
— Sona Mohapatra (@sonamohapatra) March 3, 2021
The “Ambarsariya” singer additional wrote that there are simply few individuals in the Hindi movie trade, who consider in musicians and the novelty that they’ll carry to storytelling.
“The last decade has seen the worst of this state of fear & lack of faith in the creation of new Music in Bollywood. I laud the rare few exceptions who continue to believe in our unique legacy of cinematic musicals, where the language of music was so key in taking forward narratives,” she mentioned.