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7 Most Underrated AR Rahman Songs

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When you think India, you think Taj Mahal, Shah Rukh Khan and AR Rahman. Rahman is a living legend – and he’s only 54 years old. A veritable maestro, he has been awarded the Padma Bhushan, has won six National Film Awards, two Academy Awards, two Grammy Awards and 32 Filmfare awards for his remarkable work in the field of cinema. Fondly known as “isai puyal” and the “Mozart of Madras”, AR Rahman has single-handedly brought more recognition to India than 80 per cent of the Indian film industry.

While we’re all aware of the fantastic and award-winning work he has done in Bombay, Rangeela, Taal, Swades and Rockstar, we catalogue some of his work that is equally deserving of praise but is not as strongly covered in the media. From the title track of 2005’s Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero to the sublime Dil Gira Dafatan from Delhi 6, allow us to introduce you to a whole new world of AR Rahman music that will soothe your soul and invigorate your spirit.

1. Aazadi

2. Vennila Vennila

3. Hum Hai Iss Pal Yaha

4. Dil Gira Dafatan

5. Mann Mohanaa

6. Naetru Aval Irundhal

7. Acid Darbari