“Jai ho became Jai ho because it was apt for the film, not because it was a great song. It was the right song and that’s why it worked out so well.”
Interviewed by : Pratim D. Gupt | The Telegraph, India
You will be performing in Calcutta after more than six-and-a-half years. Has the Rahman sound changed in this period?
I have never changed my sound intentionally. Most of my soundtracks reflect what film I am doing. It’s only that. It’s never like I want to beat this sound or I want to do something better. But I do change myself. I do not want to do the same thing. I want to keep my job interesting to me.