Singer Jazzy B (Bains), who has crooned the song 'Zaalim Dilli' with Hard Kaur for Hindi film "Dilliwali Zaalim Girlfriend", has criticised Bollywood by calling it 'unprofessional'.
Jazzy B, whose real name is Jaswinder Singh Bains, is one of the popular Punjabi Bhangra singers. He has released 11 studio albums, including two religious ones. He has also sung some hits songs for Bollywood movies "Rush", "Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns" and "Shaadi Ke Side Effects". But when compared to other Bhangra singers, he has very few number of Hindi tracks to his credit.
Recently, Jazzy B attended the music launch of "Dilliwali Zaalim Girlfriend" and was visibly upset with the industry. When mediapersons asked him why he does not do more of Bollywood, he said: "Bollywood to me is very unprofessional. Everything is last minute here. 'Abhi gana chahiye, kal banake doge?' is what people want here. That is not how a song is made," Bollywood Trade quoted him as saying.
"Sometimes we even take two or three months to make a song. I have a name to protect. I made a couple of songs but I wasn't satisfied with the music. So I didn't go ahead with it. I have done this film because the production is very good. I do less work to protect my image," added Jazzy B.
"Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend" is a romantic comedy film directed by Japinder Kaur and produced by Tarnpreet Singh and Manjeet Kaur under JAP Films. It stars Divyendu Sharma, Jackie Shroff, Prachi Mishra and Ira Dubey in lead roles. It has nine songs for which Yo Yo Honey Singh, Meet Bros Anjjan and Tigerstyle have composed the music. Jazzy took six months for 'Zaalim Dilli'.
"It took them six months to make the beat of this song. Then they sent it to Hard Kaur. She changed the rap and Japinder Kaur (film's director) gave her inputs for the rap. I did my vocals again. So when something takes time to make, the result shows. I'm very happy with the way the song has turned out," said Jazzy.