After AR Rahman’s current claims that he doesn’t work in Bollywood regularly as a result of sure individuals unfold rumors about him and create misunderstanding, an outdated video is now doing the rounds on Twitter the place Rahman revealed why he was not too eager on composing songs for Salman Khan’s motion pictures.
The video that has resurfaced on Twitter first reveals Salman Khan sarcastically calling Rahman an “common” music composer after which laughing whereas asking Rahman if he’s right.
Later within the video, when one of many reporters requested Rahman why he was not composing songs for Salman, Rahman answered in his personal delicate method.
“He (Salman) has to make motion pictures which I like,” Rahman mentioned answering to the reporter.
Salman and Rahman haven’t had a terrific relationship through the years and some years again, in addition they received right into a copyright row when Salman got here up together with his film “Jai Ho”.
Rahman had the copyright for the Jai Ho title for the well-known track he composed within the film Slumdog Millionaire and Rahman’s lawyer clearly mentioned that Salman required a license from Rahman to make use of the title Jai Ho.
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Salman’s picture has just lately taken an enormous hit after Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise as individuals have been concentrating on him for being bullish.
There have been a number of reviews that Salman had personally referred to as Sushant and slammed him for arguing with Sooraj Pancholi in a celebration.
Salman has additionally been accused of attempting to save lots of Sooraj Pancholi in Jiah Khan suicide case through which a CBI inquiry was initiated. Jiah’s mom herself launched a video and revealed that Salman was going out of his method to save Sooraj.
Folks have been persistently concentrating on and criticism Salman on Twitter for the final one month, nevertheless the veteran actor has not responded to the critics in any respect.