‘Thank you for the music’: Farhan Akhtar mourns demise of Italian composer Ennio Morricone | Hindi Motion picture News

'Thank you for the music': Farhan Akhtar mourns demise of Italian composer Ennio Morricone | Hindi Movie News
Sharing 1 of his favorite classics by Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone, actor-director Farhan Akhtar on Monday mourned the demise of the 91-year-old Italian maestro.

Akhtar took to Twitter to share the connection of the audiovisual of Morricone’s ‘The Mission,’ and thanked him for the tunes.

“RIP #EnnioMorricone Thank you for the tunes. Sharing 1 of my favourites from a really extensive listing of unbelievable film scores that have built so a lot of videos unforgettable. This one particular is from ‘The Mission’,” he tweeted.

The Italian composer, recognised for ‘The Fantastic, the Undesirable and the Ugly,’ and ‘The Mission,’ died early on Monday.

The 500 scores of movies and televisions composed by the Italian maestro in excess of 50 yrs are thought to constitute a record in the western cinema.

Some of his classics incorporate, ‘Once On a Time in the West,’ and ‘Cinema Paradiso’ among the some others.

The composer has been given about 6 nominations for his compositions – ‘The Mission,’ ‘Days of Heaven,’ ‘Bugsy,’ ‘Malena,’ and, ‘The Hateful 8.’ He received the award for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful 8.’

The ace composer is survived by his wife Maria Travia and their four kids.

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