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  • Why according to you we only have Bollywood and not a proper pop music scene like the West?
  • When it comes to live shows, are you as selective as your film assignments? How do you approach them?
  • How was your experience working with Aamir Khan for the first time in ‘Secret Superstar’?
  • You are also working on the Tamil and Kannada remakes of ‘Queen’. Is this a conscious decision to make regional film music?
  • Lalit Pandit recently said that with lip-sync songs on the wane, music does not catch on these days. Do you agree?
  • How do you creatively satisfy your director while trying to make hit music for the producer?
  • Are big stars necessary to make the soundtrack a hit irrespective of the quality of the songs?
  • Is the soundtrack’s success or failure dependent on the response to the film? For example, the music of ‘Bombay Velvet’ went unnoticed and the film did not work too.
  • Was it different composing for a Hollywood film?
  • Can you tell something about your college band?
  • What do you have to say about being wrongly hailed as The Poor Man's Rahman?
  • Who do you connect with while making music for a film?
  • What are some of the initiatives that you would like to take for music in future?
  • Do you think songs have become less important lately in Bollywood ?
  • What are your expectations from OnePlus Music Festival?
  • Are you planning to roll out any new track in the event?
  • What do you enjoy most about being a musician?
  • What are three things you look for when you see an artist play live?
  • If you didn't become a musician what would you be doing right now?
  • Which is the best song you have ever released and why?
  • What kind of music do you listen to today?
  • What is your favourite song to belt out at the bar/in the car/for karaoke?
  • What are your future projects?
  • What would you say about the #TikTokLiveConcertthat is going to be held in the Social media this Sunday?
  • What was your experience of composing song for Mission Mangal?
  • How was your experience working with Sriram Raghavan?
  • How is your experience of working with Anurag Kashyap?
  • How did you end up composing so many hit romantic songs?
  • Tell us about your experience of working with Rajkumar Gupta?
  • What has bee your experience of working with different film directors and making music for their films?
  • Tell us bout one instance when you were bowed down to industry demands?
  • How is your experience of working in South?
  • Tell us about the music of Sye Raa ?
  • Tell us about your childhood.
  • How did you become a music composer?
  • How did Amitabh Bhattacharya and you start to work together?
  • Tell us about your thoughts on Anurag Kashyap.
  • With music directors like you composing your own songs, singers feel bitter. What is your view?
  • Talk about your wife Krutee?
  • Being a father of a naughty son, do you empathise with your mother more now?
  • Did you have a low emotional period?
  • Tell us what Dev D means to you. What role did this play in your musical journey?
  • You’ve been in this industry for a long time. The soundscape has obviously changed quite a bit, as well as the way in which the Bollywood music industry functions. Drawing on your own experiences of working on so many films, what’s your take on this shift?
  • You’ve given Bollywood some chart-busting hits, my personal favourite being ‘Gal Mitthi Mitthi Bol’. In retrospect, which song or album do you consider to be your most creative work? Any personal favorites which you listen to and just feel proud of the music you’ve created?
  • Talk to us about your creative process. What inspires your music? What influences have shaped the way you create music?
  • You’ve been making music for almost two decades now. How would you say your music has evolved over the years?
  • What drives you as a person? What are your biggest fears? And finally, what makes you happy?
  • You talk about your discipline when it comes to juggling your work between Bollywood, Ads, and your independent work. How do you do it? What's the secret to that discipline?
  • What is Method Composing? Could you please elaborate on that?
  • How do you manage two extremes of being a director's composer and then being an independent artiste?
  • When was the last time you were in a bus?

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