Los Angeles: The 68th edition of the Annual Golden Globe Awards did not bring more good news for the Bollywood sensation A. R. Rahman. The motion picture “127 Hours” by Danny Boyle did not win the Best Original Score – Motion Picture. The trophy went to the film of the moment in Hollywood, “The Social Network”.
Rahman won two Oscar awards as a composer, after competing with Hans Zimmer with “Inception”, with Alexandre Desplat with the “The King’s Speech” and with Danny Elfman with “Alice In Wonderland”.
“The Social Network” is a smashing hit at the moment. The blockbuster drama’s story is based on the founding of Facebook social networking website, and all the lawsuits that followed.
The dark score, as Reznor referred to it once, and the 18 songs of the film, not all being found on the soundtrack, were definite for “The Social Network” winning the award. The voices and rhythms of Bob Marley, The Beatles, 10cc, The White Stripes and Gluecifer are on the soundtrack of the film.