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Greetings to ‘Mozart of Madras’ A R Rahman on his special day; here are his some of the remarkable compositions

Music icon A R Rahman has turned a year old yesterday but the gifted stuff which never gets old is his compositions. Here we have brought to you some tuneful magic of him.

‘Mozart of Madras’ A R Rahman is one in a billion musicians. The peace in his pitch, the magic in his melodies, and the warmth in his words are the sapphires in the moonlight.

Today, the idol is commemorating his 53rd birthday. Well, we all are blessed to have such extraordinary talent to listen to still being alive. So let’s rejoice this special day while recalling some groovy evergreens of Rahman.

1. Urvashi Urvashi

Though set in the zig-zag chorus, if Urvashi would be there she would not have stopped dancing after hearing this dance number. Vocals have been given by Suresh Peters, Shahul Hameed, and A. R. Rahman himself. The song will make your shoulders arise and one cannot leave the stage after twisting some toes.

2. Chaiya Chaiya

Starring Badshah of Bollywood Shahrukh Khan and gorgeous Malaika Arora, this item number still tops the dancing song’s list. Created with attitudes of swing and strength of steps, the tune could be listened to, in kids’ mini phones also.

3. Masakali

‘Delhi 6’ that cast Abhishek Bachchan in the lead doesn’t do well at the box office but the album is everyone’s favorite. The up and down lyrics set amidst the heart city of India steals the heart.

4. Taal Se Taal

Engrossed with the stability of Indian classical this unique composition of the Padma Bhushan recipient goes well with our mood swings to get managed. Compiled up with the footsteps performed by beauty Queen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan the harmony is worth melting for.

5. Humma

Complimenting the album of the 1995 release Bombay, the song has been remade for the movie Ok Jaanu having Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles. The jerks in the song are sure to make you swerve.

6. Patakha Guddi

Sung by Nooran Sisters, this Punjabi composition of Rahman has been filmed on Alia Bhatt. The saint feel of the song brings you the most satisfactory emotions to your soul. The lyrics are penned down by Irshad Kamil.

So here were a few songs one can gift themselves on the legends birthday. Listen to some more including Sooha Saha, Agar Tum Saath Ho, Kun Faya Kun and Dil Se re.

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