Who is AR Rahman? AR Rahman came from a rich clan that was based in Chennai. His loving father was a musician and a composer for Malayalam film production. When he suddenly died, his family survived with selling musical instruments as their income source. The Maestro began to develop his inherent musical inclinations by playing his kind of music in public, at the young and tender age of eleven. Right from his early days, AR Rahman travelled over the world as a keyboardist for some famous musicians and bands.
The Maestro attempted to form his own rock group during his music career. His band was known to be “Nemesis Acenue”. Due to his relentless musical contributions in the world of Bollywood, he was awarded a scholarship grant to the Trinity College Of Music. Soon after, Rahman earned a degree in Classical Music.
In 1992, he began to go solo. Rahman, the “Maestro Of Bollywood Songs” tried to expand his gift in music by doing jingle compositions, documentaries and various tasks on television.
There are some Bollywood songs which are not only popular but these art forms also left a legendary mark in the history of Indian filmmaking. They were written by some of the most creative and intelligent minds Bollywood ever saw. They are the likes of Anand Bakshi, Rai Bacchan, Javed Akhtar Gulshan Bawra and many others. Their impeccable and lasting contributions to the world of indian music are really impressive and worth listening to.
Bollywood musicians and composers have really tried their best to make some Hindi movies unforgettable and timeless, through their soulful musical tracks. In fact, many of those tracks have climbed up the charts and been characterized as “immortal” for the sole fact that they have lived and still live today in the hearts of all the fans.