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‘Two’ much of a good thing for music lovers in City of Nawabs

‘Two’ much of a good thing for music lovers  in City of Nawabs
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If one terms this development as too much of a good thing to happen to Hyderabad next month, then one is surely not wide off the mark. On November 5 and three weeks later on November 26, the citizens are going to be treated to two music programmes by two celebrities, who are nothing but  living legends for the millions of their fans all across the world.


If one terms this development as too much of a good thing to happen to Hyderabad next month, then one is surely not wide off the mark. On November 5 and three weeks later on November 26, the citizens are going to be treated to two music programmes by two celebrities, who are nothing but living legends for the millions of their fans all across the world.

Already, the publicity machinery has been working overtime across various media platforms to highlight the November 5 music programme of ‘Isaignani’ Ilaiyarajaa, the maestro who held sway across south Indian film industry for nearly two decades. To be held at Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, it is an event in which Ilaiyarajaa would be seen live in the Pearl City.

Having been a part of the Ilaiyarajaa troupe and subsequently branching off in 1992 as an independent music director, India’s international icon A R Rahman too is stepping into mana Hyderabad as part of his multi-city tour. ‘The tour will create a new highpoint for music lovers across the nation as the Oscar Award winning musical genius will be accompanied by talented musicians from across India in a one of its kind tour’ reads one of the publicity write-ups on the Internet. The ‘ Mozart of Madras’ confesses: ‘ Music for me serves as the spiritual bond between the audience and myself.’

Unlike the older music director, who had the Telugu film industry literally dancing to his tunes in the ‘80s and beyond and who will be confined to the Dakhani capital, Rahman, after his first performance in Hyderabad will travel towards Ahmedabad and later Mumbai and Delhi in December.
While Gachibowli stadium will be chock-a-block with fans (close to 50000 who can be accommodated) to hear the Rajaa bombard them with his evergreen hits, Rahman has his own channels to take his concert all around the world as Viacom 18 and MTV are taking care of its coverage all over.
With less than a month to go for the first of the two events to take off, the post-Diwali fun is all but a matter of time for music lovers in the city.

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