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'Jai Ho' Rahman, and Chennai !


In the first ever live event since he won the Oscars, A.R. Rahman took the audience to an extraordinary world of music at the ‘Jai Ho’ concert organised in Chennai on Sunday evening.




This is not the first live event after A R Rahman won the Oscars. He had performed soon after the Oscars in Calicut.

from:  Shanker Mohan
Posted on: Oct 13, 2009 at 13:11 IST

Dear Hindu team,
I am Pradeep from Pollachi,Coimbatore, doing my final sem masters-Info sys. I love the new THE HINDU on net. Keep rocking
Excellent wonderful to see A.R. Rahman in Beta version.

Kind Regards,
Pradeep Rajkumar
Melbourne,Australia

from:  Pradeep Rajkumar
Posted on: Oct 13, 2009 at 02:50 IST

Rahman is a living legend................

from:  Jayesh Sharma
Posted on: Oct 12, 2009 at 22:39 IST

Before Chennai, Jai Ho was first held at Kozhikode. So that would be the first live concert conducted by Rahman after winning the Oscars.

from:  Punnya
Posted on: Oct 12, 2009 at 21:38 IST
                                    
 
                                     
               

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