F.M.: …is I can do. And I looked on them and I just felt that was like… That's the way India is.
D.W.: Like norm?
F.M.: Yeah. But I think it's… it's… I think, it's easier for people to reflect when they're in a different country, because it's, to them, that's the way of life.
D.W.: Have you ever known poverty yourself?
FM: No (both laughing loudly) Next question! (continuous laughing)
D.W.: But I mean some people might say how can a millionaire rockstar identify with then?
F.M.: Exactly? But you don’t have to identify just to secure money or to help people. Why should you? Another way you can beat each other and say: you should be poor to… If I was poor, then I couldn't help them in terms money. Sometimes it is – eah, very black and white. But it's like… so, some people have money and they want to sort of help to ones in need. And so, I don’t think, you have to actually…
F.M.: Suffer! To… to that way. I’m actually sort of have to be ought if you’ve been lived like that for a while. And it’s just sort of, you know, benefit.
D.W.: Do you think, it’s ought that the rock-star, seem to achieve smth…
F.M.: (ïåðåáèâàÿ) I think… Whatever, Bob Geldoff has done a wonderful thing, because he sort of actually spot it off. I’m sure we all had it (…) to do that, but I mean as we were doing it individually – fine, but it took someone like him to actually sort of drive. It’s like a driving force. So, actually, Geldoff (sold) us come together. I think, Bob Geldoff action having flew over all that. And she makes people think, he’s getting there. And I think, we can do. It’s a Rhapsody and… I think, in this case it’s for us. I’m concerned, I think you should… that’s what you want. Cause basically it’s not trying to put across your new material, or anything. It’s not… the paying songs. I think, people identify with all that and just make it happy occasion. And it should be things of people sort of… it’s not the national thing. Yes, I think that we just have to sit back and just think, what can you do? And that’s he suddenly think your mother Theresa. I mean if I become mother Theresa of rock-n-roll, smbd rushing up there.
D.W.: That’s what Bob Geldoff is about at the moment.
F.M.: Mother Theresa of rock-n-roll, but I mean, you know, sometimes you do (…), and it was one those cases I can’t… and I think this is my way, and sure, I can do my (…).
D.W.: Some people might say that perhaps we should be looking more to our home problems, and an Africa…