By Hindustan Times
New Delhi, July 17 -- Oscar-winner AR Rahman may have just released a world single featuring rock idol Mick Jagger, but the music maestro says his heart will always belong to India. As Rahman completes 20 years in the music industry, rumour has it that he has become too expensive for Bollywood. "That is not true. Indian films are my first love and I can never turn them down just because of money. I did not come into the industry for money and I never will do that."
What about the industry sentiment that he's more inclined towards Hollywood? "Because of my world tour and other commitments, I haven't been able to dedicate too much time here. But I will never quit composing for Indian films. I cannot think of doing work only in Hollywood and passing films from here," he reaffirms.
Besides his work with Jagger, Rahman recently cut his first world musi