Dixit’s music is an amalgamation of Indian ethnic music and styles from different parts of the world. His songs include “Mysore se aayi,” “Mumbai,” “Antaragni,” “Hey Bhagwan,” “Har Saans Mein,” “Gudugudiya,” and “Khidki.” The music composer interacted with the media today and revealed many things about the film.
Why did you do the film?
Director Tharun Bhascker and this film director are good friends. Tharun is a good friend of mine who introduced me Vijay. When Vijay called me last year, he told the story and asked me to do BGM for the film. There are no songs in the film.
Tell us about your Telugu debut.
I did Hindi and Kannada films in the past but this is my first film in Telugu. I did a lot of study regarding the music with the movie. The music of our movie is going to be interesting and elevate the story properly. The suspense thriller has got the right music.
How is it working for a fil having no songs?
It is actually a big challenge to work for a film like that. This is my first telugu movie and there are some budget limitations too. Working in the middle of everything is good.
What films did you do in Hindi?
I did four films in Hindi as a music director and a couple of movies in Kannada. Now, I am going to do in Telugu as well.
Tell us about the film.
The film has many exciting elements and the suspense angle is very much exciting. The movie is a different genre film and the audiences will feel fresh with the content.