Popular composer Sneha Khanwalkar says the less noticeable the background score is in a film, the better it is.
According to the "Gangs Of Wasseypur" composer, the mark of a good background score lies in how well it blends with each scene.
"I think the background score gets appreciated as soon as the film gets released. If you don't notice the background score, then it's good. Background score needs to drive you from scene to scene. It's very crucial and is an art," she said.
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