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Home / Music / Masakali 2.0 singer Sachet Tandon reacts to criticism, says no creator would ‘intentionally try to distort an original song’

Masakali 2.0 singer Sachet Tandon reacts to criticism, says no creator would ‘intentionally try to distort an original song’

Sachet Tandon, who sang the reprised version of Masakali, opened up about the criticism directed at the song and said that he respected the audience’s opinion.

music Updated: Apr 28, 2020 19:53 IST
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Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria in a still from Masakali 2.0.
Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria in a still from Masakali 2.0.

Singer Sachet Tandon, the voice behind the recreated version of the 2009 AR Rahman hit Masakali, has reacted to all the criticism coming the new version’s way saying he respects audience opinion.

“It’s Tanishk Bagchi’s song and I was approached by the creators to sing it. I was glad to be part of the song and I am still happy that makers thought of me. But ultimate decision always lies in the hands of public. It’s totally up to them whether to like a particular song or not, and I truly respect their opinion,” said Sachet, about his version, titled Masakali 2.0.

“Also, I don’t think that any creator would intentionally try to distort an original song. Speaking of Masakali 2.0, I was not its creator. I just sang it and tried to give my best,” Sachet told IANS.

The original Masakali was composed by Rahman, written by Prasoon Joshi, and sung by Mohit Chauhan for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s 2009 film Delhi-6. It was picturised on the film’s lead pair, Abhishek Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor. Although the film fared below expectations, the song has gone on to attain cult status.

Shortly after the release of Masakali 2.0, both Rahman and Joshi expressed disappointment on social media, and were joined by a huge number of fans who agreed with them.

 

When asked about his views on the ongoing trend of recreations, Sachet said: “In today’s time, everything is being liked by audience. Some remakes have done amazingly well, some originals have become hits. Proper balance should be maintained.”

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Sachet, who gave Indian cinema a blockbuster love anthem, Bekhayali in collaboration with Parampara Thakur last year for the film Kabir Singh, has now come up with the melodious track Bewafai, which has garnered over 20 million views on YouTube.

“It’s a beautiful song (and I) loved giving voice to Bewafai,” Sachet said, sharing that he never pays heed to likes and number of views.

“For me, likes and number of views do no matter. What matters the most is the love of the audience. The best feeling is to hear compliments about your song. Jab log baat karte hain song ke baare me tab zyada acha lagta hai,” Sachet signed off.

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