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‘People who bash me dance on my tracks’

DNMUM439558 | 7/20/2019 | Author : Vinay MR Mishra | WC :300

Says Tanishk Bhagchi about being criticised for his remixes
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Bollywood is currently going through a phase of rehashes and remixing of old songs and classics. Music composer Tanishk Bagchi is known for his romantic tracks and in recent times has composed for films like Simmba and Zero. The music director’s latest song Saki Saki from John Abraham-starrer Batla House is also recreated from Anil Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt’s Musafir, which released in 2004.
Says Tanishk, “Recreation is a trend. It is ‘work’ for me.” He also gave an insight on what is his thought process, when he is remixing the old song and added, “Whenever I’m recreating (a song), I make sure to retain the best part of the original track. I also try to keep the original voice, so I basically treat it as a tribute. For instance, in She
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