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A. R. Rahman - Our National Treasure (And he is much much bigger GENIUS than "Slumdog Millionaire")

23 Jan, 2009 | Articles on Music, Poetry and Life / Articles on Cinema

He is our own Mozart, our own Beethoven and our own genius who has made us proud winning the Golden Globe, and now sure enough of getting an OSCAR with not one but three prestigious nominations.

I am really happy, thankful to the almighty and proud to call Rahman our precious NATIONAL TREASURE. In fact now he should be treated equally precious as the KOHINOOR and should be given the priority and importance at par with our important national leaders.

I am confident he will bring us the first mainstream OSCAR and prove the Indian talent to the world all over.

But here, I would also like to mention that if you are an Indian Rahman fan and have heard the Soundtrack of “Slumdog Millionaire” then you must have felt that Rahman has given much much better tracks in the past to us than these.

In other words, A.R. Rahman is simply more taller and superior than “Slumdog Millionaire”.

May be the world will recognize his talent through this movie but they should all listen to other mesmerizing gems from the master as a must.

Personally speaking though “Slumdog Millionaire” has some good tracks but I rate Rahman’s following works more entertaining and impactful than this now world famous movie.

To name a few :

Delhi 6 (His latest splendid work), Jaane Tu Ya  Jaane, Jodhaa Akbar, Water, Guru, Rang De Basanti, Swades, Zubeidaa, Thakshak, Fiza, Taal, 1947 Earth, Dil Se, Rangeela, Bombay, Roja and the unforgettable, “Vande Maatram”.

All my fellow Indian friends would agree with me on this that Rahman is a more greater genius than “Slumdog Millionaire” and he is sure going to bring us the Golden Lady soon.

We all love you Rahman, You have made our presence felt in the West and we are immensely proud of you,  

A.R. Rahman – Our National Treasure

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23 Jan 2009 / Comment ( 1 )
Hi friends,

This post was written before Rahman brought us the 2 great OSCARs.

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