Sampath after blasting Sinha, has gone ahead to forward some pictures of the film Cash to Mid Day. The photographs show two songs from the film, which are provocative. Ram says that besides the picturisation, the lyrics of the songs are also outrageous.
"There is a lot of skin show in these songs. Apart from skimpily-clad women there is pole dancing, chest heaves and butt jerks. Nobody had a problem when the Censor Board approved this. He (Sinha) is fine with his kid seeing this! This is blatant hypocrisy," Sampath points (Mid Day).
"It's very cheesy to comment on our song when he has done this kind of work himself. It's not like he has made Rajshri- style films! The board has approved our song. To cast aspersions on our intentions after the song has become successful is an act of cheap publicity," Sampat further adds.
When asked as to why is Aamir Khan quiet about the issue, Sampath told, “He doesn't want to react. The only conversation I had with him was that I would like to express myself. He said, 'alright if you want to speak. I am not going to speak'." When asked if it's an Aamir- Shahrukh Khan war, as Sinha has directed Ra.One, Sampath clearly says that it doesn't need to be one and gave his best wishes to Ra.One.
The word war between Delhi Belly music composer Ram Sampath and Ra.One director Anubhav Sinha has taken a new turn. To prove the point on the song Bhaag Bhaag DK Bose, the singer cum composer is now circulating pictures of Sinha's film Cash.