Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan the Pakistani vocalist, musician, composer and music director – primarily recognized for his qawwali – has been an inspiration to many musicians throughout the globe. Whereas Khan is broadly credited for introducing qawwali music to the worldwide viewers, he has additionally had a huge impact on modern South Asian common music, together with Pakistani pop, Indian pop and Bollywood music.
In truth, in a previous dialog, the Shahenshah-e-Qawwali aka The King of Kings of Qawwali opened up about music composers copying his music. He went so far as complimenting Indian music composers Anu Malik and Viju Shah for doing ‘a very good job’ whereas at it. Learn on to know all he mentioned.
Whereas interacting with Zee TV a couple of many years in the past, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was requested about Indian music administrators, who have been impressed by his work. Responding to the query on who he thought made the ‘greatest copy’ of his songs and deserved the ‘greatest copy award’, the Pakistani musician mentioned, “Not greatest copy, they’ve carried out good work. Viju Shah has carried out effectively. Anu Malik has additionally copied me effectively.”
Whereas Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan answered the query, Viju Shah’s tune Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast, from the 1994 movie Mohra and Anu Malik’s Mera Piya Ghar Aaya, from the 1995 movie Yaraana performed within the background. Shah’s tune was posturized on Akshay Kumar and Raveena Tandon whereas Malik’s observe noticed Madhuri Dixit exhibiting off her strikes.
Commenting on this video of the previous – was shared by the Instagram web page Bollywoodirect – and appreciated Nusrat’s response to how he felt about Bollywood musicians copying his music. One person wrote, “Takes a good looking particular person to see the sweetness in his copies too.” One other commented, “What a legend, how humbly answered by him.” A 3rd famous, “I discover peace in a few of his music and now that he’s gone, I’d get pleasure from his reward to the planet.” A fourth added, “Kitna proudly share kar rahe ho wahh👏”
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan left for his heavenly abode after struggling a cardiac arrest on August 16, 1997. He was 48 when he breathed his final.
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