New Delhi, Jan. 2 -- Music composer Shantanu Moitra, who has given many hits in the recent past, has recently revealed that he was afraid to enter Bollywood. The composer, who completed a decade in the Hindi film industry, says, "I was afraid to enter Bollywood because I thought that only mad guys can work in the film industry."
Now that he is an active part of the very same industry, is there any change in his perception? "I hung on to films primarily because of the fact that I met some incredible people. I think it's the best place to work if you meet the right people," he says.
"I met Shyam Benegal, Gulzar, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Rajkumar Hirani. I have a relation with them beyond just films - be it playing table tennis together or going out for dinner or meeting for an adda," adds Shantanu, who's behind the recent hit songs - Chaar Kadam and Love Is A Waste Of Time, in the recently released Aamir Khan film.