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Music director Amit Trivedi talks to reader Shashika Mooruth about life post DevD and his take on item numbers
MUMBAI MIRROR (March 6, 2011)
When I was a young girl, I had the opportunity to croon in front of Kishore Kumar, who appreciated my singing and had asked me to sing for a big music director someday. Decades later, I have fulfilled the promise I made to the legendary singer when I met Amit Trivedi at a studio in Worli, where he was recording music for one of his forthcoming films. I was delighted when he said that my voice has good texture.
I think he is one of most talented musicians we have in our country today and if he remains consistent with his work, he may just be the next A R Rahman. “Oh please, you’re being very kind. Rahman is God for me. I look up to him. I have a long way to go to reach where he is. When I won the National Award for DevD, he even sent a bouquet of flowers to me. It was very special, I could have died the next day and it wouldn’t have mattered,” he smiled.
In fact, he said he wasn’t entirely disheartened when DevD was stalled for a while, “Aamir happened and I got so busy with that,” he mentioned. He never imagined that Dev D’s music would turn out to be such a phenomenon. Amit said, “Quite honestly, I thought it would be my first and last film. The music that was being aired on the radio at that time was so different. There was no connection with what I was doing and what I was hearing on the radio. More >
By Bollywood Hungama News Network, January 22, 2011 – 12:52 IST
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Breakthrough Performance – Female Aditi Vasudev – Do Dooni Char Amrita Puri – Aisha Neha Chauhan – Love Sex Aur Dhokha Shalini Vatsa – Peepli Live Urvashi Sharma – Khatta Meetha Vishakha Singh – Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey
Hottest New Director Abhishek Chaubey – Ishqiya Abhishek Sharma – Tere Bin Laden Abhinav Kashyap – Dabangg Anusha Rizvi – Peepli Live Maneesh Sharma – Band Baaja Baaraat Punit Malhotra – I Hate Luv Storys Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan – Lahore Vikramaditya Motwane – Udaan
Hottest New Film Aisha – Rhea Kapoor Dabangg – Arbaaz Khan Peepli Live – Kiran Rao Tees Maar Khan – Shirish Kunder, Twinkle Khanna & Kritika Lulla Tere Bin Laden – Pooja Shetty Deora Udaan – Anurag Kashyap
Standout Performance By A Music Director Amit Trivedi – Aisha Meet Brothers – Isi Life Mein & Do Dooni Char Sanjay More >
By Taran Adarsh, August 5, 2010 – 22:30 IST
Recall the age-old adage: Marriages are made in heaven. Consummated on earth. But haven’t we encountered lots of people in real life who try to set things up between friends/acquaintances? In fact, they take upon themselves to make matches and meddle in other people’s affairs. That, in a nutshell, is the plotline of AISHA.
Let’s get one thing straight. You are not exploring virgin territory with AISHA. ‘Emma’, the Jane Austen novel, has been adapted on film and television in the past. Although first published in 1815, almost 200 years ago, director Rajshree Ojha and writer Devika Bhagat transport the characters from this novel to present-day New Delhi. But the essence remains the same: A simple plot and an equally simplistic love story.BY BOLLYWOOD HUNGAMA.COM
Unlike most love stories that we’ve witnessed on Hindi screen, there’s no heavy-duty dramebaazi in AISHA, no major hurdles to cross, no parental opposition to encounter, no major conflicts to solve. The director and writer remain faithful to the novel, which prompts you to ponder, wish the relationships were so uncomplicated in today’s times.
But there’s a flipside as well. The film runs a little longer [although the running time is 2 hours] and gets painfully slow in some portions. Besides, AISHA lacks the depth of passion and that could be because the makers were trying to make something lighter and breezier. Sweeping the minor complaints More >