Michael Jackson To Inspire Munna Michael's Music, Says Tanishk Bagchi
Tanishk Bagchi is coming up with fresh new tracks inspired by Michael Jackson in the upcoming movie Munna Michael starring Tiger Shroff, Nidhi Agarwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
Image: File photo of Tanishk Bagchi
Tanishk Bagchi who's compositions have given us dancing hits like Banno from Tanu Wed Manu Returns, The Humma Song from Ok Jaanu and the latest Tamma Tamma Again from Badrinath Ki Dulhania is all set to hit nostalgia chord again in Munna Michael.
Tanishk Bagchi is coming up with fresh new tracks inspired by Michael Jackson in the upcoming movie Munna Michael starring Tiger Shroff, Nidhi Agarwal and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. It is said that Tanishk wanted the songs to feel real and he went on to do some ground research which included meeting MJ's fans and interacting with them.
Also, not only did he try meeting them but got in touch with the fans through social media and spoke to over 200 people from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata in an urge to know what they really loved about MJ and his work.
The movie is based on a die-hard fan of Michael Jacks'on (Tiger Shroff) and how he dances on the national platform with the help of Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Talking about the new songs, Tanishk says, “Micheal Jackson is a legend and his fan following still remains strong and intact. What I find extremely powerful is that his fan following break through all language and communal barriers. People even in India, in the most unlikely places follow his music and idolise him as a pop star. Thus, it was imperative and inspirational for me to reach out to his fans from across cities and towns and gather some kind of a feeling of what they would expect a rendition of his songs to sound like. I connected with people via social media, asked them questions. My team helped me send out emails to ardent fans and gather the matter and basis what they spoke and wrote back I made the compositions”.
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