Last update: Sep 17, 2022 14:56 IST
Choreographer Bosco Martis, music composer Amit Trivedi and Kushiti Patwardhan (LR).
Writer and lyricist Kshitij Patwardhan is looking forward to exploring the Hindi project.
After working as a screenwriter and lyricist for Marathi films, Kshitij Patwardhan is now gearing up for an exciting innings in Bollywood. The lyricist has already earned recognition and acclaim for his song Phisal Jaa Tu (Haseen Dirluba, 2021) and recently announced his first Hindi project as a writer, Happy Teacher’s Day.
With national award-winning director Mikil Musareh at the helm, Ksitizi was chosen for the project because the producers were looking for someone who would do justice to the script’s themes, setting and culture in the drama space. “This is my first time writing in Hindi and I appreciate it. It came through a mutual friend. I rediscovered it in .It is a great foundation for writing in Hindi,” says Kshitij.
Creativity is not bound by language, but when it comes to writing, language makes a difference. So as a Maharashtrian who thinks primarily in Marathi, Kshitij worked hard to get the Hindi process right. He especially developed a habit of watching and consuming Hindi content. He attended Hindi mushaira and poetry events. It is a vast ocean that keeps on giving and must always be explored. I’m not even 5% closer to mastering it and need to pull my socks up to look my best. “
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Phisal Jaa Tu was a huge success. Kshitij says his work with music composer Amit Trivedi was liberating and satisfying. “Amit is a creative genius and my first follower in the Bollywood music industry. After that project he gave me Haseen Dirluba, Amit never sets boundaries, let the team go with the vibe and the flow. It makes me think organically and helps create a democratic process for making music.”
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