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Friday, July 22, 2005

Dunce of the week

..award goes to Sonu Nigam for this insight on why women music directors are rare in India:
This is because they can’t really handle the difficulties involved. Music direction involves dealing with people galore — some of whom are not even trained in music and are very vague about their requirements — and women find that taxing.

Also, girls may not be comfortable with music sittings that last eight to nine hours in a roomful of men. Men are probably more comfortable — physically, emotionally and politically — to deal with a host of people, ranging from technicians to marketing people. A girl prefers to become a singer rather than a music director.
Read on, it gets worse.


Blogger Twilight Fairy said...

That thing by Sonu Nigam is total rot.

BTW thanks for visiting :)

9:50 AM  
Blogger Sunil said...

good God! Moron, is all I can say.

11:04 AM  
Blogger Quizman said...

Quite pathetic, really.

8:47 PM  
Blogger Gajanan said...

Maybe he has point. Have you been a girl in your life?

11:02 PM  

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