The world-renowned music maestro has been casting the spell of his iconic tunes for decades now.

The man is a certified legend. He won 2 Oscars. Back home, he’s still the favourite patriotic star of Maa Tujhe Salaam. Overseas, he’s known for composing soundtracks for major Oscar-winning Hollywood productions such as Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours, Million Dollar Arm and The 100-Foot Journey.

There’s no one in the music business quite like A. R. Rahman. Even today, his flawless fusion of languages and cultural influences is a force to be reckoned with. His voice still holds the power of his youth. He often collaborates with artists from all over the globe.

No wonder the West also flocked to where the most beautiful sound was. We just found out that a bunch of English-language movies have used his songs from the past. Here’s the entire list:

1. Bombay theme in Lord of War (2005)


2. Chaiyya Chaiyya in Inside Man (2006)


3. Rang De in The Accidental Husband (2008)

4. Yaaro Yaarodi in The Accidental Husband (2008)

5. Swaasamae in The Accidental Husband (2008)


6. Take it easy Urvasi in Lion (2016)


Impressed much? Damn, the Uma Thurman starrer, The Accidental Husband, actually used 3 of his songs. This isn’t surprising though. Anyone with his talent would be all over.

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