on 2nd October 2013 04:24 PM
AR Rahman in conversation with Debjyoti Mishra
on 3rd October 2013 02:59 PM
Originally Posted by A.ANAND
intha interview-la 'lensu-ikku' velai illaya???chappu innu poche!!akkarayila irunthu ododi vaanga rasakala!!!
From: crimson king
on 3rd October 2013 10:38 PM
What, you seriously believe that WCM and counterpoint didn't exist in Indian film music before Rahman's time? I didn't want to discuss this, but since you asked, I shall gladly oblige. We know which music director has punctuated a majority of his songs with intricate counterpoint and it's not A R Rahman, unfortunately.
on 9th October 2013 11:46 AM
RARE 1 [A R Rahman speaks at the Minsara Kanavu Audio Release]
on 9th October 2013 11:55 AM
mozart of madras [bbc interview]
on 15th October 2013 01:06 PM
on 13th December 2013 11:06 AM
Read the thoughtless, provocative question posed to Rahman in this week's Kumudam. engerndhu dhaan varaanungalo
on 13th December 2013 11:20 AM
Vaali once said, that Rahman told him (something like this), "Sir, naangellam eppadi ellamo music podarom, but in the villages they still hear MSV type of music only"..........
on 13th December 2013 12:13 PM
Originally Posted by thozhar
Kumudam is known for these type of games. I thought ARR handled it pretty well.
on 13th December 2013 06:01 PM
Originally Posted by littlemaster1982
I beg to differ. His reply "My songs also been heard in villages" not a true and honest statement. Heard means - Not a one time listen.. it should be a part and parcel of the village. In that aspect, கிராமங்களின் கோட்டை எம்.எஸ்.வி, ராஜாவே! Take one orchestra randomly happening nowadays in TN's village and see how many ARR songs and Raja songs been played. Take one bus transport randomly going through TN villages and see how many ARR songs been played.