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Rahman set fire at his concert in Chennai

YMCA Grounds in Nandanam was packed to a full house on Saturday as many gathered for AR Rahman's first concert in Chennai this year. The Oscar-winning composer took the audiences through a mix of old and new numbers.

The highlights of the show were the unplugged version of Urvasi Urvasi and Singapenney from Vijay’s upcoming movie Bigil.

Speaking at the show, the Mozart of Madras said, "Performing in Chennai offers a special peace to me. I forget anything that’s bothering me once I see your faces.

Several of his popular hits such as Veerapandi kottaiyile and Humma humma became crowd favourites. The composer encouraged the crowd to join in with their mobile phone flashlights as he sang one of his most popular songs celebrating friendship Mustafa Mustafa.

Joining the composer were singers Jonita Gandhi, Shwetha Mohan, Sid Sriram, Benny Dayal, Andrea, Haricharan and A.R. Ameen, and rappers Shiv, ADK, and Rajakumari.

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