Kamal Haasan Interview on Vishwaroop and Rajinikanth

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  1. Shinji 9 years ago

    “The film was originally announced with A. R. Rahman as the music director of the film. However he was removed from the project and replaced by Himesh Reshammiya, for whom Dasavathaaram became his Tamil film debut.[28] The background score was created by Devi Sri Prasad. As the film demanded a “stylish and western” quality of music, two reels of music were initially composed and tested. A two-and-a-half minute theme song was later composed for the promos. The background music in the second half consisted of extensive usage of violins and chorus and the entire score for the film was recorded over a period of one month, in Chennai.[29]”


    IMO some of the sequences of Dasavatharam, especially of Ancient India, terrific!! overall cant revisit, but ancient and climax sequences are too good.

    Btw music was pathetic.

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