Mozart of Madras AR Rahman lost out the Golden Globe award for the 'original score' category to musicians Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for their music in the film The Social Network. However, the great musician keeps no prejudice against it. He is not upset of losing the Golden Globe.
Through a write-up in a social network site Rahman expresses, “Last night, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro were honored at the Golden Globes... I was 3 meters away... :-) The distance has reduced so much... Enough admiration, already! I feel there is so much to contribute now...”
Very well said Mr. Rahman the distance between the Indian and International entertainment world has reduced a lot and it is very inspiring to learn that you believe that there is a long way to go and a lot to contribute.
The Oscar award winner Indian musician reveals to his fans about his dream machine. Writes AR Rahman, “ It was a National Panasonic NV380 video player, back in 1986. It was a window to the blitz and glitz of Hollywood... Love and romance, horror, action and thrillers... and art movies. From several thousand miles away... It showed me the charming Kings and Queens of LA-land; it showed me the technical excellence of the directors and cameramen. It made me hear the haunting themes of John Williams and Ennio Morricone.”
Rahman's passion and dedication for music is something that is expressed from each of the words in the above write up.