Ambikapathy BGM (2013)

Available for Download

Kadal BGM with Additional Tracks

44 BGM Tracks + 8 Additional Tracks

Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya BGM

Available with 73 voiceless BGMs

Jhootha Hi Sahi BGM - Voiceless

Available for Download

Rahmanishq | Road Tour

The ‘Mozart of Chennai’ AR Rahman is working on a concert titled ‘RahmanIshq’, a month-long expedition that will kickstart in Kolkata later this year. From there, he’ll head to Visakhapatnam, Jaipur and Ahmedabad in October.

Saturday, 30 July 2011

Mani Ratnam to go romantic


Raavan was a love story of sorts,
but one that thudded down at the BO. 
Now the director is brewing new plans…

The love story will always reign eternal. Over two decades ago, Mani Ratnam launched two brand new faces in a film called Roja. It brought his work, AR Rahman’s gorgeous music, the two young actors and a land called Kashmir into the limelight and enchanted audiences the world over – it still does, even with reruns on the telly. Saathiya also had touches of the same kind of enchantment. After that, Mani went into realistic stories and a certain darkness, his last being Raavan, with the then newly-married Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in the Hindi version, which crashed through the floor at theatres. The director had planned his next to be a lavish mythological, with an ensemble cast of major stars, huge and extravagant sets and a bigger budget than ever before. But practicality – and perhaps the debacle of Raavan – brought Mani back to earth and he decided that since no film really lasts too long in cinemas, no matter how big a hit it may be, it was time to start thinking small and sweet again. So he shelved plans for the massive project and has started work on a love story, with new faces as leads. Of course, Mani being Mani, not much will be known about this one, we bet, until he thinks it is time for the word to spread. And if he can recapture the magic of Roja and Saathiya, we are all eager and waiting for it!

Monday, 25 July 2011

Kadhal Virus BGM

Kadhal Virus Original Motion Picture Soundtrack






Greetings to all my friends, i had to post this BGM link in a special note, as the Background scores had touched my soul and left a very deep cut.... Nothing bad, but what i mean, as in the feeling the BGMs gives has no words to be expresed. First of all, Kadhal virus was the 1st BGM i ripped (when i was 14 years old) using a normal VCD. I believe that bgm pack is still going around online, as i saw the files still available in some blogs. That time itself, i loved the movie, despite many saying its a weak film. I seeked high and low for the DVD to get its voiceless, and i got it from a site, and that member has been so kind to actually upload the file again just for my request, thanks "bubone". :) I saw it again few days back, to know what to name the BGMS when im ripping, and i got my heart tore again... The movie has a very deep love emotion, and not many could appreciate it back then. Its unbelievable the movie was a flop, im totally dissapointed in that. Yes, some parts of the movie was funny as in the scenes which was taken it was very weird, but the movie holds a very strong love message. A very neat film from Kadhir. :)


On the music, this is the 1st time i found diffculites in ripping the bgms and adjusting the sound, becoz i would be closing my eyes and enjoying the music... and at some point, i teared becoz the music was too beautiful. Esp Track 10, please listen to it. And the Final track, Track 82... Do listen and be lost in love.... :) My personal favourite...... Here is the links for you all, as i promised.... :) Enjoy the excellent music..


Oh yeah, for those who always complained ARR has changed his style, this BGM will compensate for it. Truly a TYPICAL ARR BGM touch, with many Indian flavour and touches ALL OVER THE BGM. A MUST DOWNLOAD for fans of ARR, especially if ur a fan of the song Sonnalum and Yenthan Vaanil from the same movie... In My honest opinion, this BGM would just make me forget his bgms in VTV even... very Indianized BGM in Kadhal Virus, my fav kind of music from ARR....:)


Recomended Tracks :


Track 10
Track 17
Track 18
Track 19
Track 26
Track 38
Track 49
Track 54
Track 29
Track 80
Track 81
Track 82


Enjoy all Rahmaniacs.... :) Do not miss this BGM if u know what is LOVE is all bout..... :) Love subject, ARR pinnirekaare...! :)


Part I : http://www.mediafire.com/?8cjqqp237ayz5u6
Part II : http://www.mediafire.com/?6p26sa4u206nfpy




Above message and link by Dinesh Scaran (Ripper)

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

AR Rahman bowled ?

AR Rahman's recent show at the Hollywood Bowl has come under the scanner.


Shonali Bose, the director of Konkona Sen Sharma's "Amu", has used an expletive to describe his recent show at the Hollywood Bowl. A member from Rahman's team has officially reacted to the director's comment on her social networking profile, that goes like: "Just returned from a most c*****ya concert at the hollywood bowl wrongly advertised as an AR Rahman concert.


Me and a zillion other desis who were there felt totally cheated and want our time and money back! they made AR an announcer! He came on stage and read out the synopses of his (worst) films — such
disasters as raavan, mangal pandey and robot! and then we had to hear the boring score played by the la philharmonic! the highlight of the event was walking around in the beginning before the show started and finding so many good friends there. if you were there and are not bubbling with gaalis please enlighten me!" (sic)


Meanwhile, Rahman's office has reacted to this comment. Says Vijay Iyer, a member of Rahman's team, "It was always publicized as an orchestral show and that the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra would perform his works. Last year, the London Philharmonic Orchestra performed a similar concert in London which was well-received. He just concluded his multi-city Jai Ho tour a few months aho and also performed at Nagpur and Bangalore a few weeks back, which was a different format complete with singers, dancers and lots of fireworks. This was a different format.


An orchestra is always led by a conductor, who in this, happened to be Matt Dunkley. Were they expecting Rahman to stand with the orchestra for the full duration? The show has been very well-received and we have been flooded with compliments and requests for more such shows."




Source : TOI

Friday, 15 July 2011

In conversation with AR Rahman


AR Rahman insists he’ll never stop composing for India, even when busy making music internationally.


It’s your 20th year and such exciting work is coming from you. Was it all planned?
No it wasn’t. It’s been a while that I’ve been doing the one thing that I truly love the most, which is composing music, and I have enjoyed every bit of it. I feel blessed and humbled that people have loved my music. Nothing would be possible without their acceptance. 


From Roja to 127 Hours — these 20 years trace your journey from Bollywood to Hollywood. And you are ruling the roost in two industries simultaneously.
Whatever little I have achieved, I thank Allah and my fans for that. But I don’t think it is right to say that I’m ruling industries. I’m in the industry to entertain people and experiment with music — ruling it has never crossed my mind. No one can rule the industry. It’s dynamic and every day, exciting talent is bursting into the scene, which I find is really exciting. I’m continuing to learn more about music — it’s an ocean and you can never really say that you know everything. I’m grateful that I’m still living and making music among the greats. 


What is your prediction for our industry?
It’s an age of convergence and as time goes by, more and more Indians will stamp their name globally. There is a great deal of respect for our music abroad. They love the kind of work we produce in India because it’s rich and diverse. The West wants that, but we have to retain our Indian-ness. That’s our USP. The buzz of India is strong in the West and they are educating themselves more and more about our music. 


Don’t your achievements put pressure on your kids?
I want my children (Khadijah, Rahima, and Aameen) to make their own name and write their own destiny, and I’m sure that they will do it. Right now, I’m just giving them a childhood they deserve and I hope that they never feel any pressure. I hope they give their 100 per cent in whatever they do. 


You are shy, and so is your family. Does everyone just hate the spotlight?
We are normal people. We don’t really deserve to have the spotlight on us all the time. I compose music for films and by the grace of God, I’ve got a few awards. That’s it. We don’t let ourselves ever forget that the most important thing is family, and we want to keep it that way. I don’t want to expose my personal life. It’s best that people know me for my work. My family doesn’t want to be surrounded by cameras. We want to live like any other family.


Your wife Saira Banu has been truly inspirational. How much credit do you give her for your successful career? Your mother too played a great hand in shaping your values...
She is my pillar of strength and I’m always at peace because of her. I’m always assured that she will always be there, taking care of everything. It is because of her that I have been able to achieve whatever little I have. My mother (Kareema) is someone from whom I have got my spiritual bent. The person I am today is because of her. She went through a lot of hardship while raising me (Rahman’s father, composer RK Shekhar, died when Rahman was just nine. The family would rent out his instruments to make a living) and she has instilled her values in me. She is our guiding light.


Apparently, you are too expensive for Bollywood.
That is not true. Indian films are my first love and I can never turn them down just because of money. I did not come into the industry for money and I never will do that.


The industry also feels that you are inclined to do more Hollywood movies these days.
Because of my world tour and other commitments, I haven’t been able to dedicate too much time here. But I will never quit composing for Indian films. I cannot think of doing work only in Hollywood and passing films from here. There is no truth to it.


You are expanding your music school, we hear?
There are plans to have a bigger campus and innovations on what we could do with our course. But it’s too early to talk about it.

Friday, 1 July 2011

Super Heavy