News Helpline | January, 01 2012
He's known as the Mozart of Madras and has several international wards -- two Oscars, a Golden Globe and a Grammy for his work onSlumdog Millionaire -- but music composer AR Rahman says he is not overawed by fame and money. He maintains that when one does something with a lot of honesty, appetite and commitment, the input reflects in the output. Success, he says, comes to those who dedicate everything to their passion, and being successful means one has to be humble and never let fame or money go to one's head. In fact, Rahman -- who has also composed the music for Kannada films like Sajni and Godfather -- says that he will always remain a "common man" as no amount of stardom will ever consume his soul. ARR made his mark in the Indian film music industry in 1992 with Roja, whose songs like Dil Hai Chhota Sa and Ye Hasi Wadiya became instant hits. The last film he worked on was the Dhanush-starrer Raanjhanaa. Despite all the accolades he has received over the years, Rahman says he still has a long way to go in the music world as he feels that the more he composes, the more he realizes that he doesn't know it all. He also says that he ties to ensure that he doesn't his music as audiences don't like old tunes and expect to listen to new music each time.
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