A. R. Rahman’s music is unique in the way it changes with time, and yet, remains timeless in its charm.
Yashraj Mukhate is a creator who has managed to capture the attention of a generation famous for being distracted. (We came up with the distracted boyfriend meme, after all).
And when these two music directors got together for a freewheeling chat about Rahman’s debut film, 99 songs, among other things, it was the ultimate mash-up.
From talking about who Rahman listens to when he is sad (hint: it’s the guy who gave us the “pawri” anthem) to discussing how he balances the act between commercial and creative, this became a conversation every music and cinema lover would love to ‘tune’ into:
What a star!