Renowned as the Melody Brahma, Mani Sharma, an iconic music composer from the 90s, has carved an indelible mark on the Telugu music industry. Despite his unparalleled contributions and versatile compositions, recent years have witnessed a decline in his frequency of musical endeavours.

In a recent interview, Mani Sharma expressed his concern about the industry situation, highlighting the need for big heroes to explore collaborations with various music composers. Emphasising the importance of diversity in musical expressions, he stated that the industry should not confine itself to just one or two composers, urging for a broader rotation among talents.

The maestro underscored his desire not for an overwhelming number of offers but a fair share of opportunities, particularly when other composers like Devi Sri Prasad and Thaman are enjoying multiple chances.

While Mani Sharma continues to contribute to projects like 'Double Ismart' and occasional films, his fans remain concerned about the dwindling frequency of his musical creations. The industry's reflection on the distribution of opportunities among composers could potentially reinvigorate the music scene, offering audiences a rich tapestry of musical experiences.

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