Bollywood star Aamir Khan seems to be in awe of composer Ram Sampath’s work in the soundtrack of his forthcoming production venture ‘Delhi Belly’. He is promoting it on social networking platforms, saying each track is a gem, but in the same breath, he requests people not to hear them on pirated CDs.
Composer Ram Sampath has gone experimental with the songs in ‘Delhi Belly’ and Aamir feels he will become a star after the adult comedy.
“The music of DB is out in stores now and I am so excited because I am really happy with the way the sound track has turned out. Ram Sampath has done some truly inspired work, and so have the various lyric writers. Each track is a gem. After really long I think its an album you would want to own,” Aamir said Saturday in a message on his blog www.aamirkhan.com
Aamir, who is in Pondicherry to shoot for Reema Kagti’s film, is asking his followers on his blog to give him feeback on the soundtrack.
“Please give me feedback; I’m very keen to know what you guys feel. But can I request you not to listen to it on pirated CDs or on websites who put up pirated versions,” asked the 46-year-old.
Releasing July 1, the film, directed by Abhinay Deo, is an adult comedy starring Imran Khan, Vir Das, Poorna Jagannathan, Kunal Roy Kapoor and Shenaz Treasurywala.
On Facebook, Aamir wrote: “‘DK Bose’ and ‘Uddhaarwaley Khisko’ are only two of eight kick-ass songs in ‘Delhi Belly’. In Ram Sampath, I predict that a STAR is born!”
We sure hope so too, Aamir.