Ankit Ti­wari is not happy with crit­ics MU­SIC

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Tor­sha Sen tor­sha.sen@hin­dus­tan­

Singer-com­poser Ankit Ti­wari (above) has swept al­most all the ma­jor awards in the past three years in the best mu­sic cat­e­gory. His lat­est song Tai Hai from is also cre­at­ing buzz. How­ever, when it comes to crit­ics, the Sun Raha Hai Na Tu (Aashiqui, 2013 ) singer­com­poser is not too happy.

While the crit­ics think fresh­ness is miss­ing from his songs and each of them sound sim­i­lar. Ankit is fed up of these al­le­ga­tions. He says, “If they are ex­pect­ing any­thing dif­fer­ent from me, I am ex­pect­ing them to write some­thing new. If crit­ics find my songs mo­not­o­nous, I also find their opin­ion mo­not­o­nous.” He adds, “I re­spect them (crit­ics) but at the same time I feel I am re­spon­si­ble and an­swer­able to my fans and no one else. If fans are ac­cept­ing my com­po­si­tions, I can’t com­plain,” adds Ankit. He fur­ther says, “What can I do if the di­rec­tor and pro­duc­ers come to me with a cer­tain de­mand with a spe­cific vi­sion in mind, for the song? I will try to give them a song that matches their vi­sion.”

He says, “I also need to earn my bread and but­ter. Just be­cause I am not get­ting to show my ver­sa­til­ity doesn’t mean I will leave the projects that are com­ing my way. I am com­pos­ing songs for a film. I hope now they’ll be sat­is­fied.”

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