AR Rahman’s live concert in Pune stopped midway by police: Police disrupted AR Rahman’s concert in Pune, Maharashtra as it continued after its scheduled time of 10 pm, an official said on Monday. After the show on Sunday, a video of a police officer coming on stage and requesting Rahman, other artists and organizers to end the concert went viral on social media.
AR Rahman’s live concert:
A huge crowd turned up to watch music legend Rahman’s live performance at Raja Bahadur Mills in Pune. According to a senior police officer, no case has been registered. In a tweet on Monday, Rahman, thanked Pune for “all the love and enthusiasm” during “a roller coaster concert”, but did not mention the incident.
Rehman tweeted, “Pune! Thank you for all the love and enthusiasm last night! It was such a roller coaster concert! No wonder Pune is home to so much classical music! We’ll be back soon to sing along with you all!”.
Check out the tweet here:
Did we all just have the “Rockstar” moment on stage yesterday? I think we did!
We were overwhelmed by the love of the audience and kept wanting to give more..
Pune, thank you once again for such a memorable evening. Here’s a little snippet of our roller coaster ride 😉 pic.twitter.com/qzC1TervKs
— A.R.Rahman (@arrahman) May 1, 2023
Dr Heramb Shelke, who organized the event, claimed to the media that stopping the performance in this manner was disrespectful to Rahman, a composer admired and loved the world over and could have been handled “in a nice and civilized manner”.
AR Rahman’s live concert in Pune was stopped midway by the police:
A close associate of Rahman, a Padma Bhushan awardee and world-renowned for his music, however, told a media house that the police should have approached the organizers instead of accusing Rahman.