Music of London Paris New York not conventional: Ali Zafar
Pakistani actor Ali Zafar, who is all set to make his debut as a composer in Bollywood with the film London Paris New York, says that the movie's music is not conventional.bollywood Updated: Jan 11, 2012 16:32 IST
Pakistani actor Ali Zafar, who is all set to make his debut as a composer in Bollywood with the film London Paris New York, says that the movie's music is not conventional. He has also penned the lyrics for the romantic-comedy.
"I wanted to create sounds that are fresh and since the film touches on different emotions, I could experiment with genres. There are many live instruments used to give the songs
an organic feel. It is not going to be conventional," Ali said.
The Pakistani singer-actor made his Bollywood debut with Tere Bin Laden, which was a runaway hit. He was then seen in Aditya Chopra's Mere Brother Ki Dulhan alongside Imran Khan and Katrina Kaif.
Even the distributors of London Paris New York have been praising the music of the film. "The film speaks the language of the youth... it reflects their aspirations and the angst and joys of falling in love. The music of the film is very special and will appeal to the youth," Vijay Singh, CEO Fox Star Studios India, said.
Directed by debutante Anu Menon, the romantic comedy stars Aditi Rao Hydari opposite Ali. Produced by Shrishti Arya and Goldie Behl and distributed by Fox Star Studios India, the film will release on March 2.