AR Rahman music, Valee lyrics, Rabindranath Tagore inspired


If a man could have all accolades and all humility to his credit, then it has got to be AR Rahman. He makes music for the whole world and follows a schedule that would make anybody go dizzy. While one is prone to think that 24 hours is just not sufficient for him in a day, ARR seconds it, but only positively, wanting to do much more. Despite being a couple of decades old in the industry, the musical genius still considers himself a fresh talent on the job, looking to give his best in each attempt.

Speaking at a recent interview, AR Rahman said “I don’t have time to relax. But I am here to make music and will continue to do so. My music school and the other commitments keep my hands full. But I feel this is God’s way of goading ‘go on’, and I shall only obey. I have so much to do, things have just started for me.”

Currently, the composer is busy with ‘Zariya‘ among his other projects. Adding to that, he will be setting a couple of projects to tune in Tamil, apart from a track, based on Rabindranath Tagore‘s ‘Mind Without Fear‘.

Speaking on this project, ARR said “This is a combined effort of mine, along with Prasoon and Valee and I am glad it has come out well.” Meanwhile, we also hear that if all goes well, ARR will be seen on a TV music show this year.

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    Though most musicians have ample knowledge on world music, there are only a handful who compose for the whole world. AR Rahman, without a doubt, is one of the most sought after musicians with an international presence. Composing for every part of the world, AR Rahman is that rare talent who bagged two golden ladies at the Oscars. But his Hollywood rendezvous does not end there. It would be an understatement to say ARR has ardent fans all over the world. Justifying this, the track ‘Tere Bina’ from ‘Guru’ (Bollywood) is all to feature in the upcoming animated Hollywood film – ‘Planes’. Revolving around the life of different planes, the animation movie is to have a scene showing the Taj Mahal and this song is to feature there.

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