1. THE NON FILM YEARS
A vocation in films, nonetheless, was standing by to take off, particularly after the exceptional achievement that Rahman had as an arranger for jingles in Chennai. The years that Rahman spent in the promoting business "really opened him up as a person and as an artist", however he likewise frequently felt caught. Rahman never proposed to turn into a film music writer, yet rather longed for making his own collections,similar to artists in the West.
2. BEFORE MANI RATNAM
Among the performers for whom Rahman worked was MK Arjunan, the famous music arranger who was likewise a companion of Rahman's dad. Rahman additionally worked with different authors, for example, Ilaiyaaraja, MS Vishwanathan, Raj-Koti and Ramesh Naidu. Ilaiyaraaja regarded Rahman's specialized ability. He was the main console player in those days. Rahman has consistently been the most searched after in whatever he does, be it playing at meetings, programming, creating for jingles or film tunes.
Afterward, when producer K Balachander had a drop out with Ilaiyaraaja. Rahman wound up as the substitution on Balachander's creation, Roja (1992), coordinated by Mani Ratnam.
3. THE FILM THAT TURNED THE DESTINY
Rahman was acquainted with Ratnam by Ratnam's cousin, Sharada Krishnamoorthy, and her significant other, Trilok Nair. An apprehensive Rahman played a lot of tunes for Ratnam the first run through the chief went to his studio.
The chief expressed gratitude toward Rahman and left the studio. Rahman thought Ratnam abhorred his music, however Ratnam revealed to Trilok that he was "staggered" that day in the studio.
4. CHOOSING BETWEEN COLLEGE AND MUSIC
Conceived Dileep Kumar on January 6, 1967, in Chennai, Rahman is the subsequent kid and the main child of Rajagopala Kulashekhar Shekhar and Kasthuri (who later became Kareema Begum after the family changed over to Islam). Shekhar, an artist, writer and arranger, was likewise an "extremely capable melodic pioneer" and "a trend-setter" who came up the most difficult way possible and worked principally in Malayalam film. He had a profound influence on his son.
Up until he was 16, Rahman offset his examinations with melodic tasks, which included helping writers during recording meetings, playing the console and fixing melodic hardware. He likewise turned into a specialist at programming when the sequencer showed up in India and turned into a man who knew "how to make PC music". Inevitably, it got difficult to oversee both school and work so her mother told that focus on music and we can see about the studies later.
AR Rahman (extreme right, first row) in the sixth standard at Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, Chennai.
5. COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND TECHNOLOGY
Till his age of 40, he simply needed simply do music, had no clue on the improvement of society, much the same as others. However, later on, he needed to roll out an improvement in the general public, bestow appropriate melodic instruction to adolescents, along these lines improving the nature of music. He needed to break the dividers, that were intellectually worked about the Indian music, as an inferior quality music by the world. He opened in the year 2008 in Chennai an instructive establishment focused on music, KM Music Conservatory. He later in the year 2009, opened AR Rahman Foundation, a non-benefit association set up to give fiasco help reserve and instruction destitute individuals in India.
6. LE MUSK
Other than music, AR Rahman had interests in different fields. His most loved is gathering cameras and taking pictures. However, he didn't stop with that. He began getting the hang of scriptwriting, course. AR Rahman got the center thought of Le Musk film from his significant other Saira Banu who is partial to scents. She proposed him to make directional introduction with the subject of fragrance and slowly the task got shape. Furthermore, this is the manner by which Rahman added another quill to his top as movie producer in his flexible accreditations with Karan Grover as maker.
7. FACE HARDSHIPS IN LIFE
Once at an unscripted TV drama AR Rahman, tells how he would confront tough circumstances, "When there is a tough situation in your life, consider this idea, slow down your mind, detach yourself from sadness and always be bold to walk the path. You will definitely find relief, solutions, breakthrough ideas and rewards." These are brilliant words. He says, "The pursuit is a higher priority than the objective".
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