Mumbai: Ali Zafar, the coveted Pakistani singer turned actor who is now working in Bollywood industry, has scored music for the very first time for a film and that too for a Bollywood movie, ‘London, Paris, New York’. He said that it was really hard to compose music for the movie.
He mentioned in an interview that it was really a hard job to arrange music for a Hindi movie. He went on saying that he earlier used to arrange music only for his songs and albums. He uttered to the media that since the movies songs were written as per the situations, thus it appeared to be difficult at first.
Zafar then revealed that though difficult it was nevertheless a soothing and enjoyable journey to sail through the Hindi film’s music waves. The film is targeted to youth which is why the music is funky and colorful that soothes the musician while scoring the tracks. Ali, 31, told that he was given full freedom to use his creativity in the music. He then added that the director and the producer did not interfere in his work, whatever he made and sent, they simply adored.
Ali Zafar made his Bollywood debut as an actor in Tere Bin Laden, a film by Abhishek Sharma. His acting skills were noticed and then he was offered Yash Raj’s film Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. His acting prowess was noticed and liked in the film. Goldie Behl, the producer of London, Paris, New York roped him in the film. Not only does he act in the movie but also sings and scores the music for the movie. Aditi Rao Hydari plays the main lead opposite him.
The film will be out in theaters soon. Recently in an awards function, the film’s trailer was shown that was liked by the Bollywood celebs.