Tapas Relia, one of India’s leading musical composers and producers, has broken down how the iconic song “Aasman ko chhuka” from Hanuman Returns was produced.
In a fascinating conversation with Yashraj Mukhate, a fellow music producer and composer, casually explaining the rhythm, three-part harmonies, and his choice of the singer, Dilair Mehendi, whose voice he believed would best exemplify the song due to its passion and power.
In a playful touch, he adds that the prelude of the song didn’t mean anything but was “just garbage”.
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This is one of Mukhate’s earliest posts in 2024, and has thus received a great deal of attention from followers. The reel has more than 232 views till date along with a flood of enthusiastic comments. “We want more of these episodes,” one user wrote. “It’s really good to see [these kinds] of conversations,” another commented.
Fans also defended the prelude to the song. “He said garbage but we hear masterpiece,” one of them wrote.