Akshay Kumar: I am the Tooth Fairy of music
Last year he ensured a massive chartbuster for KHILADI 786 where practically every track turned into a superhit. The story is no different less than a year down the line when the music of his BOSS has turned out to be a rage and topping the charts. Moreover, what is noticeable is the fact that the man of the moment - Akshay Kumar - is indeed having fun in the film. Now that is pretty much on the display, courtesy songs like 'Party', 'Hum To Tode' and of course the title song 'Boss'.
Guess Akshay's keen interest in picking up best music for his films is paying off again.
"What can I say, I do my homework," smiles Akshay, "Good music, lyrics and choreography are all vital organs when it comes to a commercial success. You want people tapping their feet before they even enter the theatres. But I have a great habit where I buy any song I like, doesn't matter what, when, how, or why though. If I like it, I bank it and produce it at a moment I feel fit to release."
This is apparent from the fact that current Akshay has a huge databank of songs which he plans to unleash in time to come, as deemed fit in films of his.
"Let us look around. There is so much talent in this world when it comes to music. I just can't wait to get my hands on it and give everyone a good time. Music is for sharing after all. I like to think that I am the Tooth Fairy of music. Give me a tooth & I will give you a tune," smiles Akshay before signing off.
As for the songs in BOSS, they would be seen on the big screen once the film sees a global release on Wednesday, 16th October.
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