Creating some sensational groovy music for films like ABCD, Shuddh Desi Romance, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and Go Goa Gone the versatile
music directing duo Sachin – Jigar (Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya)
are back again with some upbeat music in Happy Ending.

Sachin who is currently busy promoting the music of the film got
chatty sharing his thoughts briefly on the music of Happy Ending and
himself as a composer.

Commenting on the collaboration with Happy Ending an excited Sachin
said, “Illuminati Films is a very forward thinking production house.
They are open to new ideas and have the belief of thinking
out-of-the-box and are open to new ideas.”

“Moreover, directors Raj Nidimoru, Krishna D.K., Jigar and me are the
best critics of each other. Though this is our second after Go Goa
Gone, we have gone beyond our designations and formalities as
directors and come up with some quirky tunes. And, the big difference
in working with them and someone else is that we do not need to fear
of producer not understanding why the tunes is set in the way it is.”
He added.

Quite acclaimed for party numbers such as Char Baaj Gaye and the Goa
trance music such as Slowly Slowly Sachin claims that he bears no
resentment giving hits such as Saibo and Jeene laga hoon.

He averred, “As composer I don’t think I can choose one particular
song over another. Bollywood is a genre in which one has to adapt and
it can make a person do a lot as an artist. We make tunes as per
scripts which I personally feel is an extremely important tool for any
movie to work.”

When questioned him if raunchy music is something he considers to be
in vogue he surprised us by saying, “Yes, I feel Kamina is more cool
than sober!”

“Like, we made G Phadke. Govinda’s charisma is magical. We could not
have another song where a girl and a boy could be shown grooving in a
club. There had to be a third dimension. People love him and have
missed him. We had to encrypt the shock value and I don’t think there
is anything wrong in churning out raunchy music as I personally feel
is will make way for something better which may be naïve and decent.”


With so many producers roping in a number of artists for a particular
film we went ahead and asked multi talented man about his view on the
same. He not only mentioned his dislike for taking up single songs for
a movie but also went on to say how much he rejected a lot of films
primarily because of the same reason.

“I do not believe in the idea of doing singles. The reason we chose to
do Ungli -Basanti dance was because it was our first interaction with
Karan Johar. This movie was meant to release much earlier and this
song was made before we did Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania. Fanny Shake
Bootiyan happened because of the love for Illuminati Films and
whenever we get an offer to associate with them, we will take it up. “

Shedding some light on interference of actors in making a song Sachin
quipped, “Through songs, actors get a chance to go out there and
promote the movie but unfortunately music is the first thing pushed
out of the curtain. However, there is a lot of talent coming in I
think stars should have their say too.”

With Yo Yo Honey Singh, Anu Malik and a host of other music directors,
singers and composers raising the bars visibility by judging reality
shows we asked Sachin if we would ever get to see him judge a show.

A laughing Sachin told Bollywood News Service, “We composts are shy in
nature. I agree it raises the standards of visibility and people also
want to know more about the face behind the voice. Currently I and
Jigar are very happy and enjoying this phase of our career.”

Putting some thought we went on to ask if he was unhappy when other
singers were added to the Saturday Saturday track he stated, “We are
director’s boys trust and cross our own standards when it comes to
weaving songs. It was upsetting. “