The son of a band writer for Tamil and Malayalam films, world-well-known music composer AR Rahman celebrates his birthday on 6 January. The artist turns 54 this year. He exited school because of the inconvenient demise of his dad and entered the universe of music.
Named Dilip Kumar upon entering the world. He later transformed it to Rahman in the wake of changing over to Islam. The wonderful composer made his introduction in movies by forming for Mani Ratnam’s Roja in 1992. Also stowing a few honours all the while.
The victory of an Oscar, just as Grammy among other global honours, crafted by Rahman. He has risen above geographic limits, getting well known the whole way across the world.
The soundtrack of Bombay, by Rahman, not exclusively was used by Deepa Mehta in Fire. Yet additionally included in the 2005 Nicolas Cage film Lord of War. Rahman made his Bollywood debut with Ram Gopal Varma’s Rangeela.
Southern genius Mahesh Babu wished the legend on his birthday, tweeting, “Cheerful birthday @arrahman… Wishing you the best of wellbeing and bliss consistently!”
Artist Harshdeep Kaur shared a short melodic clasp on the event of the writer’s uncommon day too.
On the event of AR Rahman birthday, here’s taking a look at his global discography
While not his first global work, Slumdog Millionaire acquired Rahman two Academy Awards, one for Best Original Score and won for Best Original Song. The music for the film likewise won him a Golden Globe. Rahman had got three selections for the film, with the third being for the tune O Saya.
Rahman was by and by name for an Academy Award when he created the music for Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours. The pro composer earned a name for Best Score and Best Song, the last mentioned, a coordinated effort with British artist Dido. The film recounts the account of Aron Ralston. A US mountain climber who had to remove his own arm in the wake of caught under a stone in a gully for numerous days.
The Peter Billingsley executive featuring Vince Vaughn and Jason Bateman had a unique score and melodies created and delivered by AR Rahman. One of the melodies made by Rahman ‘NaNa’ even made it to the 2010 Academy Award selection for Best Original Song classification.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age
The biopic with Cate Blanchett in the number one spot had Rahman made the music for the film. The movie was a development to the chief’s 1998 “Elizabeth”, which carried worldwide approval to Blanchett and himself.
People Like Us
The Dreamworld Pictures film which was Alex Kurtzman’s presentation executive endeavour Elizabeth Banks and Chris Pine in lead jobs. The music for the film just as the soundtracks were created by Rahman. He even formed Airport Adventures and Dotted Line (with Liz Phair) for the film.
The arranger has additionally made music for the 2014 movie Million Dollar Arm, just as The Hundred-Foot Journey, Muhammad: The Messenger of God, Pele: Birth of a Legend and the Gurinder Chadha-executive Viceroy’s House.