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Salman Khan tried their best to retain the feel of the eighteenth century

22 January 2010 will unveil the biggest ever period film in Bollywood - Veer. The makers of the film, especially Salman Khan (the writer and hero of the film), have tried their best to retain the feel of the eighteenth century.
Recently, Veer’s audio launch was held in the city with much gusto, amidst the presence of several biggies of the musicdom.
For the first time ‘Veer’ has brought together the music directors Sajid-Wajid and lyricist Gulzar. Talking about the music, Wajid quoted, “The music of the film is larger than life, it suits the epic era yet is contemporary. The music will definitely be loved. Just like the title of the film it will not disappoint.”
Interestingly, the background scores have been done with a touch of uniqueness. According to sources, for the music none of the songs had electronic audio sound recording. Instead, 50 musicians across India had come together for a live orchestral recording of the film. These musicians perform live shows across the country and were hard to source but the musical team refused to compromise, revealed sources.
“Normally an electronic sound recording is quicker and takes 3 days to the maximum however the songs of Veer took an easy 12 days as it involved major co-ordination and was recorded live,” further said the sources.

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