In fact, the duo have had a 25 year long creative association. But Salim feels that it’s not just him, but even the youth who connect to Gulzar because of the language he uses. “His language is identifiable and is the kind you would use in your everyday expression.
I’ve seen a lot of youngsters who relate immediately to what he’s saying. That connect is because of the bhasha he uses. They might understand the thought later but they immediately get drawn to the words,” Salim told CS.
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