AR Rahman’s Response To People Who Didn’t Like His Latest Concert Will Make You Respect Him More

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7:00 pm 17 Jul, 2017


The concert that took place at Wembley in London on July 8, 2017, was titled as ‘Netru, Indru, Naalai’. People walked out of the concert furiously and tweeted loads of angry comments because AR Rahman sang mostly Tamil songs in the show. Wasn’t it clearly already because of the concert’s name?


Many were so disappointed that they even demanded their money back from the organizers. It was the first time people created such a chaos after Rahman’s concert.




Chinmayi Sripaada furiously slammed the hypocrite fans and gave a fitting response to people’s defaming tweets for AR Rahman.

Here’s what she said,


However, the most unexpected response we got is from the singer himself. AR Rahman gave the humblest response to the people who were angry at him and the ones who walked out of the concert. During an interaction with the media, Rahman explained that he always “tries his best” and is “nothing” without the support he receives from his fans.

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AR Rahman, who got honored at IIFA Awards 2017 for completing 25 years in the industry, said,

We try our best. We try to be honest. I love the way how people have supported for all these years without them I’m nothing. I’m grateful to all of them.


The singer’s reply is proof that he is not just a legendary musician but also a gem of a person!



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