A. R. Rahman's 'Marakkuma Nenjam' concert gets postponed, reacts to fans' disappointment: "It is only made advisable..."

A r rahman marakkuma nenjam concert postponed due to rains in chennai - Tamil Movie Cinema News

Academy Award-winning composer A. R. Rahman's highly-anticipated 'Marakkuma Nenjam' musical concert has been postponed owing to the weather conditions and rains in Chennai on Saturday, August 12. The hit music director took to social media to share the disappointing news, while revealing that a new date will be announced soon. Informing that the decision has been taken in the best interest of the fans who were attending the 'Marakkuma Nenjam' concert and their health and safety, A. R. Rahman posted on X, "My Dearest Friends …Owing to adverse weather conditions and persistent rains, it is only made advisable for the health and safety of my beloved fans and friends to reschedule the concert to the nearest best date, with the guidance of the statutory authorities. More details on the new date will follow soon!EPI (sic)".

This latest news about A. R. Rahman's 'Marakkuma Nenjam' concert being called off at the last moment due to the bad weather has come as a big disappointment for fans. Despite being disheartened by the sudden turn of events, some fans were quick to express their gratitude to A. R. Rahman for keeping them informed about the event getting pushed to another date. A. R. Rahman's 'Marakkuma Nenjam' concert has been much-awaited by fans in Chennai, who have been looking forward to witnessing the 'Mozart of Madras' spell his musical magic once again.

Tickets for A. R. Rahman's  'Marakkuma Nenjam' concert announced to be held at the Adityaram Palace on the outskirts of Chennai got sold out like hotcakes 'Marakkuma Nenjam' after bookings opened, with many fans putting up requests for more passes on social media. On the film front, A. R. Rahman has several big projects in Tamil lined up starting with Sivakarthikeyan's Ayalaan scheduled for a Diwali release this November, followed by Aishwarya Rajinikanth's Lal Salaam, with Kamal Haasan's KH 234 under Mani Ratnam's direction and Jayam Ravi's Genie being announced sometime back.