Watching the film for the first time is now like getting the feeling of dipping a Parle-G into a hot cup of coffee. I do not need to know
"So, I'm a film music composer, right?
And let me tell you, I don't need no fancy screenplay to create a killer background score. In fact, too much information is like kryptonite to my creative process.
It's like, the more you know, the more doubts you have. And who needs that? Not me, baby.
I sign up for movies based on just a quick synopsis, like an IMDB summary or something.
And when I finally get my hands on the edited film?
Watching the film for the first time is now like getting the feeling of dipping a Parle-G into a hot cup of coffee. That’s where all my mind magic happens.
My background score is then raw, surreal, and true to the core of the film.
And let me tell you, my creations are always unbiased. Because the less you know, the better.
So, when someone asks me what I need to start working on a film's soundtrack, I just say "Just send me an IMDB type synopsis of the film" and that's it.
That's all I need to create magic."