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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Kiran Rao: 'D K Bose' is a funny song

Delhi Belly is already creating a lot of buzz, thanks to its superhit music. On Wednesday 08-June-2011, Kiran Rao (wife of Aamir Khan) launched a fresh music video named 'Switty tera pyaar' which features Imran Khan, Vir Das and Kunal Roy Kapoor.
Aamir Khan with Kiran Rao
Defending the song 'DK Bose', that has become quite popular, from Aamir Khan's forthcoming project 'Delhi Belly', producer Kiran Rao has said there is nothing wrong with its lyrics.

The director of Ra One, Abhinay Deo was pretty upset with the lyrics of the song and stated that it is likely to have a wrong impact on children.

He is even shocked as to how can a responsible producer like Aamir Khan include such a song in his upcoming home production Delhi Belly starring his nephew Imran Khan in the lead role.
Aamir Khan with Kiran Rao
"Take film music from any generation, 90 per cent of the songs are all bad. It is only 10 per cent of the music that is fresh, different and evolving," says Ram Sampath, singer of the popular Delhi Belly number Bhaag DK Bose. The song, along with Character dheela hain and Dhinka chika, both from Ready, has climbed up the music charts, proving that music replete with realistic allusions but shorn of the finer nuances of poetry are still a hit with listeners.

Just chillax! That’s what Aamir Khan’s wife Kiran Rao seems to be saying to those who feel offended by the song ‘D K Bose’ which has become a youth anthem nowadays.

At the launch of the new song “Switty Tera Pyaar”, Kiran Rao took the questions from reporters and said that there’s nothing objectionable about the title ‘D K Bose’.
Aamir Khan with Kiran Rao
“The song's name is D K Bose and the character they are talking about is D K Bose. I don't see any problem with it really. What's wrong with the lyrics? ‘D K Bose’ is a name just like ‘Sheila’ and ‘Munni’,” Kiran told reporters at the event.

Kiran emphasized, "I think the songs in our Hindi films are a reflection of the present. Of the way we think, speak and the words we use. That's perhaps why more and more songs nowadays have bolder lyrics. Yesteryear poetry has taken a backseat."

Surely, the producer in Kiran is highly proud about the waves each song from Delhi Belly is creating.

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