The recently released remix version of AR Rahman’s song Masakali has been in news for all the wrong reasons. The original song from Delhi 6 was composed by AR Rahman, sung by Mohit Chauhan and penned by Prasoon Joshi. And now, when the remix version composed by Tanishk Bagchi and sung by Tulsi Kumar released, artists of the original version showed their anger towards it. Even the fans began to troll this new version of the song. And now, actor Sidharth Malhotra who starred in this new version along with Tara Sutaria came forward to share his view point. Talking about all the outrage, he said, “I keep thinking from an actor’s point of view, if someone had to remake a film that I have been a part of and it has not been done with utmost taste or to someone’s satisfaction, of course it can be annoying. So in that case, yes, it is completely valid.” Sidharth believes that the craze of remixes is dying now. He said, “I don’t think the audience has the patience now or they are not excited by that we are not really creating new melodies. So as an audience, as a listener, I completely agree. Actors also get far more excited with a brand new song.” This isn’t the first time Sidharth has featured in the remake version of a song. Talking about the same, the actor said, “I have done remakes in the past of different artistes. Whether it was a Kaala Chashma or Chull, they have all been recreations and they have all worked really well in the past. There is no conversation of whether I endorse it or not endorse it. Whether it is good or bad.” Sidharth will be next seen in film Shershaah, a film based on the life and sacrifices of Kargil Hero Captain Vikram Batra.