AR Rahaman’s concert stopped by Pune Police officer

Oscar-winning musician AR Rahaman’s concert was stopped by Pune Police officer on Sunday. He was performing at Raja Bahadur Mills in Maharashtra city and Pune Police officer instructed him to wind up the concert immediately.

Early Life:

AR Rahaman is an extensive body in Indian Music, known as a music composer and also known as the nickname “the Mozart of Madras.” His Father R.K. Sekhar, is also an eminent Tamil musician whose composition scores for the Malayalam film industry. AR Rahaman started studying piano at age four. His father surprises him with the purchase of a synthesizer and allowed him to pursue his passion by observing the little boy’s interests lay in electronics and computers. At the age of 9 years, Rahaman lost his father. He started playing piano at the age of 11 professionally to support his family. His professional experience led to a scholarship to study at Trinity College, Oxford, after dropped out of school. He received a degree in Western classical music there.

Career Building:

His family converted to Islam in 1988, and he took the name Allah Rakha Rahaman. More than 300 jingles he wrote and through this writing. He taught discipline because this writing required the delivery of a powerful message or mood in a short time. Rahaman met Bollywood film director Mani Ratnam in 1991, while at a ceremony to receive an award for his work on a coffee advertisement, who pushed him to write music for motion pictures. In 1992 he worked on his first project Roja and this track got a huge hit. Including the music for Lagaan in 2001, more than 100 movie scores followed. Lagaan movie nominated for Academy Award. After that Rahaman’s album sold more than 100 million. Singers like Lata Mangeshkar, K. S. Chithra, Hariharan, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Shreya Ghoshal, Sonu Nigam, Udit Narayan, and Arijit Singh worked with his composition. In 2009 AR. Rahaman became part of an exclusive club of Indians who had won an Oscar

Pune Concert 2023:

AR Rahaman’s concert was stopped by Pune Police officer on Sunday. He was performing at Raja Bahadur Mills in Maharashtra City and Pune Police officer instructed him to wind up the concert immediately.

This incident has gone viral on social media platforms, a police officer can be seen walking on the stage and asking Rahman, other artists and organisers to stop the music show. The organiser’s directions by the officer to end the show as it went on after the 10 pm deadline. News agency PTI says, “As the deadline of 10 pm had passed, we asked him (Rahman) and other artists to stop the show. They followed the instructions and stopped the show.” In the video Santosh Patil, inspector of the Bundgarden police station observed in the video asking Rahman and other artists playing music to stop by pointing at his watch, as saying.

In 2005 The Supreme Court banned the use of loudspeakers and music systems in public places between 10 pm and 6 am, except in cases of public emergency. Because reproduces the serious effects of noise pollution on the health of local residents. AR Rahaman Twitted for his fans, “Pune! Thank you for all the love and euphoria last night! Was such a roller coaster concert! No wonder Pune is home to so much classical music! We shall be back soon to sing with you all again!”





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