Topic started by hunter (@ 18.104.22.168) on Fri Dec 21 07:40:43 EST 2001.
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in his interview the new usic director imman says there are many good rerecordings go unnoticed bcos of the myth ' ir is king of rerecording'.he says 12B had avery good rerecording.but went unnoticed.
is it true?
what the forum says?
- From: Kupps (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Fri Dec 21 08:30:12 EST 2001
i think u r a reporter :-)
i try to translate what iman was saying in that
In Cinema Re-recording IR is a King. That has become a strong unshakeable stamp/feeling in the mind(of people). Hence, even if others do well that could not be digested so easily (by people). To tell an example, 12B had a very good BGM. But it did not earn that much name as its songs(it was not so well received as its songs). In my film.........
Iman at first itself has accepted/admited/stated that IR is King in cine BGM.
The Gist is, Iman is infact finding fault with music lovers not on the ability/output of IR's BGM.
Giving superlative/superb/good BGM and hence captivating people is not IR's fault. Being captivated the music lovers turn deaf ears to others is what Iman's concern is.
Where is the word meaning "Myth" used by Iman?
Where is the inference/infering line that states HJ is better than IR in BGM.
But I agree that I cannot read between the lines as you do, forgive me for that, im a paamaran.
But hats-off to your technique in getting the attention of others.
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