Sydney, January 16 — A.R. Rahman enchanted the Sydney audience with his extraordinary musical performance Saturday night at the Parramatta Park.
Nearly forty thousand people attended Rahmanâ€™s concert.
The musician left no stone unturned to spread the message of love via his music.
“The concert is a gesture of friendship and goodwill between the two countries. I hope this solidarity continues to grow and blossom through the coming years,” said Rahman.
Rahmanâ€™s musical concert was a part of â€˜Festival of Sydneyâ€™ to promote understanding, love, peace and friendship.
Rahman goes despite racial attacks
In the recnt past, one has heard a lot of news of racial attacks on Indians living in Australia.
Despite all of this, the â€˜Mozart of Madras’ decided to go ahead with his concert.
In a recent press conference he said he was hoping to bring some peace in the country with his music.
He added by saying the media must behave responsibly while reporting sensitive issues of Indians living in the country. On the other hand, Indians should be extra careful about their safety when they go out at night.
Jackson wanted to work with Rahman
A.R. Rahman’s music is spread far and wide across the globe and it was recently reported that world famous singer Michael Jackson, known as the â€˜King of Popâ€™ wanted to work with the exceptionally talented composer.
Jackson was planning to collaborate with Rahman for a unity anthem in his O2 concert series two months before he died.
â€œI met him two months before he died and he expressed an interest in working with me. He was praising the chord progression of Jai Hoâ€™s chorus.
He asked me to compose a unity anthem on the lines of â€˜We are the Worldâ€™ for him. I nodded in awe,â€ Rahman wrote in his blog post while paying tribute to the pop legend after his untimely death in June last year.