Lal Singh Satta music needs 150 people: Composer Tanuj Digu

Author: Yuvi June 13, 2022 Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha music score required over 150 people, reveals composer Tanuj Tiku

New Delhi: As superstar Aamir Khan prepares for the release of his film ‘Lal Singh Satta’, composer Tanuj Diku has said that more than 150 people are needed to compose music. Revealing what a summary he was given, Tanuj Diku shared with a leading daily, “This is a slice of life film. Aamir likes panchakani, so we worked with a lot of musicians. We played live and jogged. , All themed material and character shapes were prepared.

He further lauded composer Aamir Khan and film director Advait Chandan for fostering a creative atmosphere in a leading newspaper.

“In culture [Aamir’s production house], And Advaita’s relationship with him is remarkable. There is always a plan, but the process is natural. We looked at the picture and immediately decided to jump into the score mix. My team and I started to come up with the idea, we [primarily used] Violin, piano and guitar. We would show him the themes live, and the first few days were spent only sampling these [chunks]Listening to music and creating different color palettes for different characters and themes, based on abstraction. “

Dick was adamant that orchestral influences should be evident in the score according to its theme. He acknowledges that creating scores over 19 minutes presents a set of challenges, especially when it comes to recording live. “But the story is beautiful, and we wanted the score to complete it. The harmonious language and simplicity of character are at the heart of the film. There are layers of music to help narrate the story. . “

‘Lal Singh Satta’, produced by Aamir Khan Productions, Kiran Rao and Viacom 18 Studios, also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Mona Singh and Chaitanya Akkineni.

Author: Yuvi

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13 June, 2022, 4:09 pm

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