Marmayogi, the immediate mega venture of Kamal Hassan after Dasavatharam will have more number of songs, says A R Rahman. The music maestro, who is joining hands with the versatile actor after a gap has said in an interview that Kamal has demanded more songs for the film, as the script has ample scope for music.
To a question on Kamal’s reported remarks that movies should be made without songs, Rahman said, `I don’t think so. If it is the case, then why Kamal should ask more numbers from me for Marmayogi.’ Actor Kamal Hassan says that his next mega venture Marmayogi is purely a historical subject, which has more scope for music than Dasavatharam. According to the actor, the story of Marmayogi is based on some interesting incidents happened in 7 century.
“There is no History Science mixture in Marmayogi. It is totally a different attempt and it has lot of scope for music, which helps Rahman to play as he like. The initial budget of the film has already crossed Rs.100 crores and I hope it would touch a new high in the history of Indian Cinema. The film will go to floor in August in a grand manner. I don’t like to disappoint my media friends by refusing or denying any of their reports on this project.”
“As they suggested in their reports, I will launch the movie in Mumbai amidst my Bollywood friends. Why I’m saying like this is, before I read those reports, I didn’t have any such idea. Now, I planned to do as they reported!” Kamal says with his typical smile.
When questioned about the mixed responses for his recently released Dasavatharam, the actor says, “Yes, I did some mistakes in Dasavatharam. I never tried to hide those mistakes. But it happens to any creator in such mega projects and the same was happened with me too. That’s all. In fact those mistakes help to correct me in my next project.”