Gulzar said about the Hindi songs being made nowadays, 'Composer's tongue is English', instructed the new generation

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Many songs have climbed on the tongue of the people. The era of Gulzar Sahab is going on even today. In such a situation, Gulzar sahib had a special conversation with Dainik Jagran about new composer music directors and writers.

The magician of words, Gulzar Sahab has made a different identity in the cinema world with his many songs. The songs written in the bygone era of Gulzar Sahab are liked by the people even today. Many of his songs have climbed on the lips of the people. The era of Gulzar Sahab is going on even today. In such a situation, Gulzar sahib had a special conversation with Dainik Jagran about new composers, music directors, and writers.

Songs of lyricist Gulzar, who adorned the expressions with the magic of his words, are relevant even today. His work touches hearts even today. To this Gulzar says, 'To be relevant to me means that the words of the song should be such that connect with life. I only believe that some good work must have been done somewhere, that is why the old songs are relevant even today. Everyone takes their time with them. Being relevant to any song is quality. The culture I have been a part of is reflected in my songs. My dictionary is growing. Some new words have been added. Some old words are slowly disappearing, I am trying to handle them.

Talking about the new language prevalent in modern times, Gulzar says, "Today, if people are handling the language of their times, then it is also a good thing. We also cannot deny his words, but it should also be noted that in the song he is writing, he should not add words to the song by bringing it from anywhere. Give a new tongue, but do not take such words which seem alien. I keep two things in mind while writing my songs, one, the character of the film on which the song will be filmed, second, the tune on which the song will be composed. Today the difficulty is that the language of the composer in English and the songs are Hindi. Few people try to learn their language.