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Raajneeti’s musical impression

Monday, March 8, 2010 • Tamil Comments
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It’s an age of remix and creative promotions… Our films these days have taken innumerable resources to present themselves in best possible ways. First, RGV had made use of our national anthem and song to present his media-centric film. Now it’s Prakash Jha who has pulled in the national song ‘Vande Mataram’ for his multi-starrer, political saga ‘Raajneeti’.

The current buzz is that the film will include a remixed version of the song blended with lot of English words to create a high impact.

Remixed by Wane Sharpe, the song is said to have been recorded in Prague. Jha who has just returned from the place, had been keeping the song under wraps. The reason: the remixed version seems to carry some controversial English words. These will be used in certain dramatic scenes, especially during the films' climax.

Our birdies found that the director is now anxious about the public reaction to the English words being used in the patriotic song. Jha maintains that things are still under process and the song will be finalized shortly.

‘Raajneeti’ will hit the screens on 4th June.

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