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Fan surprises AR Rahman with 'maa tujhe salaam' song in Dubai

Fan surprises AR Rahman with maa tujhe salaam song in Dubai

Renowned music composer AR Rahman was left surprised when a fan halted his car in Dubai to deliver an impromptu musical performance. The encounter was captured on video and shared by Rahman on his Instagram account.

The fan, identified as Celinedee Matahari, a French Indonesian admirer of Rahman's work, approached the composer with a request - the opportunity to sing for him. Without hesitation, Rahman agreed, and Celinedee proceeded with a beautiful rendition of his iconic song 'Maa Tujhe Salaam.' The video showcases Rahman capturing the moment.

Celinedee Matahari also shared the video on her own social media accounts, expressing her gratitude for the chance to perform for the legendary composer. "It was such an honour finally meeting the legend @arrahman. Thank you for letting me sing for you," she wrote, accompanied by the video of her performance.

Fans of AR Rahman flooded the comments section with praises for the fortunate fan. One follower expressed, "Singing 'Vande Maataram' in front of ARR is something every artist dreams of; you got it! Thanks for singing it in front of the man we all love."

Another fan highlighted the significance of Rahman recording the performance on his phone, stating, "What more do you want than 'he is recording you on his phone.' Just AR Rahman can respect a stranger artist just because of his/her talent."

Rahman's unparalleled contribution to the Indian music industry has garnered widespread acclaim, with his unique working style receiving mixed reactions from fellow singers. Recent remarks from playback singer Alka Yagnik shed light on Rahman's habit of working late nights and odd hours.

During an interview with O2 India, Yagnik shared her initial experience of working with Rahman on the movie 'Taal,' justifying his unconventional working hours by stating, "I really enjoyed it after that. I realized why he wants to work when it’s night and it’s quiet, and you are disconnected with everyone else."

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