Music has soul to it and when they say that, they truly talk about the one who has brought happiness and peace through his songs. Yes, you are right, it’s none other than the Master of Music, AR Rahman. In the many years of his music career, he penned and sung songs that are going to be evergreen and will be heard for generations to come. The peace that he brings while singing songs and the sense of soothing that his vocals have is divine. As the singer and music composer turns a year older today. We take a look at some of his best songs among the best of his songs that we can’t get out of our minds and hearts.
Tu Hi Re
Kavita Krishnamurthy sang the song "Tu Hi Re," which was written by AR Rahman. Arvind Swamy and Manisha Koirala are featured in the soulful song, which has a spellbinding melody. Similar to his debut album, Bombay includes a number of AR Rahman favorites.
Kun Faaya Kun
Kun Faaya Kun embodies the same sentiment of soulfulness as Khwaja Mera Khwaja. Javed Ali, Mohit Chauhan, the Nizami Brothers, and AR Rahman are just a few of the brilliant singers who contributed to the beautiful qawwali track. This track is considered to be the most heavenly track of all time.
Film: Slumdog Millionaire
An anthem with a worldwide spirit, this cheerful and vivacious musical performance comes from the movie Slumdog Millionaire. Sukhwinder Singh, Vijay Prakash, and Mahalakshmi Iyer contributed soaring voices to the song, which also featured Tanvi Shah's Spanish vocals and earned Rahman an Oscar and a Grammy Award.
Rahman wrote a beautiful, musical song called Tere Bina for the Abhishek Bachchan film Guru. The song, performed by Rahman, Murtuza Khan, Quadir Khan, and Chinmayi, is a tribute to Pakistani qawwali vocalist Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Khwaja Mere Khwaja
Film: Jodhaa Akbar
AR Rahman's vocal and musical talents are on full display in this spiritual song. Jodha Akbar's Khwaja Mere Khwaja is a magnificent, powerful, and enduringly beloved song.
Film: Rang De Basanti
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar and composer AR Rahman collaborated on the moving song Luka Chuppi from the movie Rang De Basanti. It was even a contender for an Academy Award consideration for Best Original Song because the song resonated with listeners.