Music maestro and Oscar winner AR Rahman will likely be gracing the singing actuality present, Indian Idol 12, as a particular visitor. He will seem on the present to advertise his movie, 99 Songs, which marks his debut as a producer and author. Rahman will likely be sharing some attention-grabbing anecdotes about his profession and music with the contestants. He can even be seen crooning some melodious melodies on the stage together with the judges and contestants. The weekend, nevertheless, will likely be anxious for the contestants as they are going to attempt to give their greatest to impress AR Rahman with their efficiency. Also Read – Sona Mohapatra is Happy To Watch Rekha on ‘Sad’ Indian Idol 12, Takes Dig At Show For Sheltering MeToo Accused Anu Malik
A number of days in the past, Vishal Dadlani had retweeted a fan’s request to ask AR Rahman on the present. To which Vishal wrote, “Come on, @arrahman @vishweshk. I’m sure #IndianIdol2021 would be honoured to bring #99Songs to our audience (sic).” Also Read – Neha Kakkar Goes Glam on Indian Idol 12, Hubby Rohanpreet Singh Asks ‘Why Are You so Beautiful?’
Rahman additionally replied by saying, “Yes …we will see you there (sic).” Also Read – Indian Idol 12: Netizens Are Left in Awe As Rekha Graces The Show, Call Her ‘Goddess’, ‘Ageless Diva’
Check Tweet Here:
Yes …we’ll see you there 😊🎼 https://t.co/DstayQv6Lg
— A.R.Rahman #99Songs 😷 (@arrahman) March 25, 2021
Last weekend, veteran actor Rekha graced the present and followers liked the episode. The fun-filled episode had Rekha dancing, singing, lip-syncing songs because the contestants carried out on widespread numbers from her movies. Apart from Rekha, the present was earlier graced by Neetu Kapoor, Hema Malini, Dharmendra, Jitendra amongst others.
Taling about 99 songs, the movie is helmed by debutant director Vishwesh Krishamoorthy and stars Ehan Bhat and Edilsy Vargas in lead roles. The movie additionally options Manisha Koirala, Lisa Ray, Ranjit Barot, and Rahul Ram in pivotal roles.
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