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AR Rahman 56th Birthday: Birthday Special of King of Music AR Rahman

Happy Birthday AR Rahman: AR Rahman’s fans are all over the world today. There is such magic in his voice that fans always love to listen to his every song. Today is AR Rahman’s birthday. He was born on January 6, 1967 in Tamil Nadu. Rahman not only composed more than one hit songs in his career but also sang them, which are still on people’s lips. On this birthday of Rahman, we tell you his 8 such songs, listening to which you will forget everything.

1. Film- Bombay

Song – Tu Hi Re

2. Film- Bombay

Song – Tu Hi Re

3. Film- Bombay

Song – We have become one

4. Movie- Guru

Song- Tere Bina

5. Movie- Dil Se

Song – Chaiyya Chaiyya

6. Movie- Saathiya

Song- O Humdum Suniyo Re

7. Movie – Lagaan

Song – Mitwa

Have won many awards

Rahman has sung many Hindi and non-Hindi superhit songs in his career. He has been awarded many awards till now. It also includes Hollywood’s most prestigious award Oscar. Along with professional life, AR Rahman is also in the headlines for his personal life. He often stays connected with his fans by posting special pictures and videos with his family. Fans also give love to his every post like his songs.

Adopted Muslim religion

Dilip had also decided that he would now follow the path of God. In the year 1989, at the age of 23, he converted to religion and took his new name Rahman. The mother was very happy with Rahman’s decision and wanted to add Allah to his name. So, keeping the mind of the mother, became Rahman, Allah keeps Rahman.

AR Rahman became Dilip Kumar

Today, the real name of the singer who hoisted flags in the whole world in the name of AR Rahman was Dilip Kumar. He was born in a simple Hindu family, but due to an accident, he changed his religion and became Allah Rakha Rahman. His father RK Shekhar left the world when Rahman was only 9 years old.

Fasted to become famous

Rahman started music recording from the year 1991 but he got fame from Mani Ratnam’s ‘Roja’. Rahman’s mother wanted Roja’s real name to be used in the credits, so she added her new name at the last moment. Rehman is very clear about religion, he says that you cannot impose your beliefs on anyone.

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