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Rahman to compose for Kabir Khan’s next?

While the composer is currently busy with various projects in his kitty, it is reported that A.R.Rahman might work with director Kabir Khan for his next, titled Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Written by Screen Correspondent | Mumbai |
Updated: August 8, 2014 1:04:47 am
A. R. Rahman A. R. Rahman

While the composer is currently busy with various projects in his kitty, it is reported that A.R.Rahman might work with director Kabir Khan for his next, titled Bajrangi Bhaijaan. While the two haven’t worked with each other before, since the music for Khan’s next release Phantom is being composed by Pritam, while Sajid – Wajid had worked on his last film, Ek Tha Tiger. Rahman, who will also be working on Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohenjo-Daro next year, is said to be in talks with the film-maker and if all goes well, he will start working on the compositions soon. When contacted, Rahman’s spokesperson did not respond to our message.

 

Saregama pays tribute to Mohammad Rafi

On the occasion of singer Mohammad Rafi’s 34th death anniversary, music label Saregama has launched an infographic, which delves into the major milestones of his life in the form of a timeline. The infographics has a breakdown of his collaborations with various music directors and lyricists in the form of raw numbers and statistics. 34 interesting bits of trivia, which includes various details including the number of solo and male duets sung by him, artists who influenced his work and those who took inspiration from him among other information is put together. Other quirky aspects of the artist, such as his hobbies, are covered as well. Besides the infographic, the music label is also releasing a series of 11 interactive jukeboxes on YouTube. A dedication to the versatility of the man, each jukebox will consist of 34 songs and will cover a different mood, such as melancholy, romance among others.

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