AR Rahman Finds Criticism Constructive, Feels It Helps Him Improve & Sustain In The Industry

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A.R. Rahman is one name from the Indian music industry which everyone is proud of. His soul-connecting music apparently needs no language to strike a chord with people’s heart. From Grammy, Oscar, BAFTA, MTV, to Golden Globe, the Mozart of Madras, Oscar Nayagan, and Isai Puyal AR Rahman as he is fondly been called, has all in his kitty, and the nation gleams with pride on his achievements.

But, However, even AR Rahman was never safe from criticism, but it never bothered him and rather helped him improve further and sustain over the years. AR Rahman Received Backlash For His words of Condemnation On Gauri Lankesh’s Murder. AR Rahaman said, “I am so sad about this incident, these kinds of things don't happen in India. This is not my India. I want India to be progressive and kind,” AR Rahman had said condemning the murder of the Senior journalist Gauri Lankesh who was shot dead while she was entering home.

But, however, some of his criticizers, Some of the Twitter users even asked him to go to Pakistan.

By facing with all these Criticisms AR Rahman Still Finds the Criticism Constructive and he Feels these Criticisms Helps Him Improve and Sustain In the Music Industry and also to become a better human being.

AR Rahman said, “I take criticism positively, because, at the end of the day, it is a creative process where you always can improve on your next composition or next show,” he says.

Talking about the criticism AR Rahman faced on his live-stage music concert in July when people complained that he didn’t sing many Hindi songs, the musician said, “In my life, I have always liked criticism, the one which is without spite, one that is genuine. I always take them positively and therefore, I have grown. In fact, I would like to thank all my critics on that note.”

And probably this is how AR Rahman is building on his self-development on positivity in life and positive mental attitude. Keep up the good work Rahman ji.

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