Bigg Boss 14: People in power promote remixes: ‘Big Boss 14’ member Rahul Vaidya

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new Delhi| Rahul Vaidya, a member of the ‘Bigg Boss 14’ house and singer, rejects the music remix. Also he is definitely not a fan of remixes. When asked if he thinks Bollywood has no idea of ​​new songs when it comes to music, there has been a sudden surge in remixes, to which Rahul has given music labels and producers the trend Attributed to.

Rahul said, β€œIt is a marketing decision. People sitting in power always decide what they want to do. They have decided that they would like to place a safe bet and choose a song that is already popular. “

He added, “This is extremely unfortunate, because in the country of 130 crore people, talent is dying in search of opportunities.” It is highly inappropriate for manufacturers not to consider it. It is a question of faith. There is no trust and confidence in them. He does not believe that if we give someone a chance, he will give a “big bang”. “

Rahul emphasized that recreations have no value.

He said, β€œI was very worried about the filmβ€˜ Simba ’. It has a romantic song ‘Tere Bin Nah Lagda’. The song is originally from Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. It has been recreated by Rahat Sahab and a female singer together. Now imagine that if a newcomer had a chance to recreate such a love song, which would be featured in a big film like ‘Simba’, but the makers decided to go with the re-creations. “

Rahul continued, “The second issue is that the people around him do not want to deny them. Because if I oppose a big man, he will think that I am proud and will expel me from my job. “

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