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<b>How much is a film's Director's contribution in a Successful Hit Song</b>? How much is a film's Director's contribution in a Successful Hit Song?

Topic started by Jay (@ on Fri Apr 25 23:36:43 EDT 2003.
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We have all seen that most of the hit songs come from big director's films like; Mani Ratnam, Shankar, Rajiv Menon, Fazil (Malayalam), Rajkumar Santoshi (Hindi), Vasanth, K Balachander, Krishna Vamshi (Telugu), Charan, Kathir, Suresh Krissna, Priyadarshan and others. I do agree that even debutant directors manage to churn out some hummable and good tunes from their music directors for their films like; Gautam Menon (Minnale), Aamir (Mounam Paesiyathey), Bala (Sethu), Santosh (Manasellam), Susi Ganesan (5 Star), Azhagam Perumal (Dum Dum Dum) and many more. The audience applaud the singers and the music directors for a successful hit song, that is quite justified, I agree. But, how much share can we credit the film's director who inspires the music director, to give good music for that particular situation or the script? He is the one who gets the concept for a song in a particular situation.

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