After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, there has been a huge debate in Bollywood about nepotism, insiders and outsiders. Recently AR Rahman had told that there is a gang in the industry, which is working against them and sparking rumors. After his statement, film director Shekhar Kapur supported him, but in the meantime, another Oscar winner has expressed his pain.
Director Shekhar Kapur tweeted, “You know what your problem is after the statement by music composer and Oscar Award winner AR Rahman.” You went and won an Oscar Award .. Oscar is like kissing death in Bollywood… This award proves that you have so much talent that Bollywood cannot handle it. ”
On the same tweet by Shekhar Kapur, Indian film sound designer, sound editor, and audio mixer Resul Pookutty, has expressed his pain. He wrote, “Ask me about it .. I was close to breaking up .. because after winning the Oscars I stopped working in Hindi and regional cinema. A production house said on my face,” We You don’t need “, but still I love my industry .. for this.”
Resul Pookutty won the Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing with Richard Pryke and Ian Tape for Slumdog Millionaire. He has acted in Hollywood, Hindi, Tamil, and Malayalam films.
Let me tell you that AR Rahman said in an interview to Radio Mirchi that some people in the industry are spreading false rumors about him, due to which misunderstandings are happening between him and the filmmakers. He said, “I do not refuse good films, but I think there is a gang, which is spreading rumors due to misunderstanding.” When Mukesh Chhabra came to me, I gave him four songs in two days. Mukesh said, Sir, many people have refused to go to you. He also told me many stories. “
Mukesh Chhabra has made his directorial debut with the film ‘Dil Bechara’. This is Sushant’s last film. AR Rahman composed the music for this movie.
On Shekhar Kapur’s tweet, AR Rahman wrote, “Lost money can come back .. Fame can come back, but the most important time of our life never comes back. Peace! Let’s move on … We have big things to do. “