Recently, Anubhav Sinha had expressed his disappointment over the usage of words like 'DK Bose' in the item song, which sound like 'bh*****ike'. He had even talked about his concern about kids like his nine-year-old son singing the song without understanding its meaning. He feared that the term 'bh*****ike' might be taken for granted in future. Responding to him Ram Sampath says that he does not want his son singing 'DK Bose'.
Talking to the PTI, Ram Sampath prefers to call the song an 'anthem for underdogs'. "Its a known fact that Aamir makes socially relevant films... It seems it has become fashionable to target him. It is 100 per cent cheap publicity. I don't know why he (Sinha) had to resort to such publicity," the PTI quotes Ram as saying. The composer feels that it is none of Sinha's business. "We have censor board, which is mature and independent enough to take a call on it," Ram adds.
Meanwhile, making a counter attack on the director, Ram even goes on further to remind Anubhav of his last film Cash. He says that there was skin show and skimpily clad women mouthing lyrics like 'Sainya Sainya Sehari' and 'Lagen Hai Mohe Sexy, Love The Way U Touch Me'. “Seems he is okay his kid singing this," he said.
Musician Ram Sampath, who has composed and sung the item song 'Bhaag DK Bose' of the movie Delhi Belly, has slammed Ra.One director Anubhav Sinha stating that he has resorted to cheap publicity by targeting actor Aamir Khan. The upcoming musician has called the song an 'anthem for underdogs'.