There's always some room for improvisation.
Ever since Two Daughters I've been composing my own music.
I was interested in both Western and Indian classical music.
I mix Indian instruments with Western instruments all the time.
The director is the only person who knows what the film is about.
There is a ban on Indian films in Pakistan, so that's half of our market gone.
The conception of background music is changing. You use less and less of it these days.
The only solutions that are ever worth anything are the solutions that people find themselves.
At the age when Bengali youth almost inevitably writes poetry, I was listening to European classical music.
You cannot go beyond a certain limit in your expenditure if you want to bring back money from your local market, which is very small after Pakistan.