Salman Khan Makes Sure He Gets the Last Word on the Music of his Films, Confirms Composer Sajid Ali Khan
Salman Khan, Sajid Ali Khan and his co-composer brother Wajid are working with Salman on Dabangg 3. Sajid revealed that they have a whole lot of new surprises in-store for the upcoming film
Salman Khan is one of those Bollywood celebrities who makes sure to get what he wants. It’s his way or the highway! This trait of the Dabangg star has now been confirmed by Bollywood composer Sajid Ali Khan, who has collaborated with Salman on several films. According to him, the 53-year-old superstar takes the final decision when it comes to music of his films, adding that he is a talented person and knows a lot about music. Sajid and his co-composer brother Wajid are working with Salman on Dabangg 3. Sajid revealed that they have a whole lot of new surprises in-store for the upcoming Sonakshi Sinha-starrer.
Speaking about it while interacting with the media, Sajid said, "Basically, the entire team thought about the strategy but Salman bhai is the person who takes the final decision when it comes to music of the film. He is, Masha Allah, a very talented and musical man. He has the knack to bring his own personality into music and he advises us in terms of what song will be best suited for a certain situation in the film.”
He continued, "Initially, we were really uncertain about the strategy. We thought that the songs could become flops or they may not garner the kind of response we are expecting, but Salman just smiled and said, ‘This is what I want and I think this idea will really work’. We decided to release the songs his way. We always had confidence in our songs and we knew that when the audio track would come out, it would get good response. I think it''s a fantastic strategy. It’s a good thing to tease the audience with the music of Dabangg 3’.” The film marks the playback debut of Sajid's daughter Muskaan. She has recorded the Awara number with Salman Ali. "It is this year's biggest gift for me. Muskaan is our student and my daughter. She has worked really hard and she has stepped into the music industry. I don't want to talk much about her. I feel that more than a person should let his or her work speak, so I have told her to concentrate on work."