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  • AR Rahman, Grenfell Tower, Fire victims

    AR Rahman prays for London fire victims

    Oscar winning composer AR Rahman on Sunday offered prayers to the families of the victims of the fire that engulfed the Grenfell Tower in London. The fire has claimed 30 lives and left another 28 people missing and presumed dead. "Dear residents of Grenfell Tower. We are extremely sorry to hear about the loss of homes and lives in the tragic fire. Our heart goes out to you... From the entire concert team of Netru Indru Nalai," Rahman posted on Twitter. The music maestro

    Music | June 18, 2017
  • Looking forward to perform in London: AR Rahman

    Oscar winning composer A.R. Rahman says he is looking forward to regaling music lovers with his July 8 concert in London, which has been hit by two terror attacks. "Friends and music lovers in the UK, looking forward to being amongst you and performing with my entire team," Rahman posted on his Facebook page late Thursday night. Organised by BTOS Productions, the concert -- titled Netru Indru Nalai -- will celebrate 25 years of Rahman's musical journey from "Roja" to "Kaatru Veliyidai". It

    Music | June 9, 2017
  • AR Rahman to attend Cannes film fest for 'Sangamithra'

    Oscar winning composer A.R. Rahman will walk the red carpet at the 70th Cannes Film Festival with the lead cast, director and producers of trilingual magnum opus Sangamithra. Rahman will be seen walking the red carpet of the opening night at the Cannes Film Festival, which begins on May 17. About his Cannes outing this year, Rahman said in a statement: "I'm very excited working on this ambitious project Sangamithra. I am looking forward to joining the team at Cannes." A Hindi, Tamil

    Music | May 13, 2017
  • I choose projects that leave me sleepless: AR Rahman 

    Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman says whether a project comes from Bollywood, Hollywood or from any part of the world, it catches his interest as long as passionate people are involved in it and it leaves him sleepless about giving it his best shot. "I love music. I always tell my team that we have to move forward and look into projects that excite us. If something doesn't excite me, I don't show interest in doing it. I don't want to let

    Interviews | May 7, 2017
  • AR Rahman to perform at IIFA 2017

    Double Oscar-winning composer A.R Rahman on Thursday revealed that he will perform at the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy(IIFA) Weekend, to be hosted in New York this July. "It's special IIFA New York for me. Celebrating 25 years. Come join me at IIFA Festival," Rahman tweeted. This year marks Rahman's 25th anniversary in filmdom. In 1992, Rahman made his musical debut with Mani Ratnam's Roja. This is the first time that the event will be held in New York "described

    Music | April 20, 2017
  • AR Rahman, Dubai gig, victims of race attacks

    AR Rahman dedicates song to race attack victims

    Music maestro A R Rahman on Friday dedicated a song to the victims of race attacks during his concert in Sharjah. Before performing the track from Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Swades", the Oscar-winning composer lamented the racial hatred which is affecting people around the world. "In this movie a successful engineer wants to return to India to do something for the nation. Nowadays, people are also looking to return but for a different reason. And the reason is

    Entertainment | March 19, 2017
  • AR Rahman, Mani Ratnam, Mentor, Brohther, Music

    Mani Ratnam a brother, mentor rolled into one: AR Rahman

    Double Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman, who shares a 25-year-long relationship with filmmaker Mani Ratnam, says he sees the Roja director as a brother and mentor rolled into one. Rahman spoke about his long-standing relationship with Ratnam, his vision for his institute and his music beliefs, in a chat for digital platform Film Companion. Ratnam launched Rahman in his 1992 Tamil film Roja. On celebrating 25 years of Roja by reuniting with Ratnam for upcoming Tamil romantic-drama Kaatru Veliyidai, he

    Music | March 17, 2017