Rahman has won two Academy Awards, two Grammy Awards, a Bafta and Golden Globe award for his works.
The three-and-a-half-hour concert saw Rahman’s hugely diversed body of work, which included a mix of beloved classic numbers and recent hits in both Hindi and Tamil, as well as a Qawwalli segment with Sufi devotional music and an electronic dance music section.
The maestro also entertained his fans with his numbers from the soon-to-be- released Tamil 3D film, Kochadaiyaan.
The music composer said he considered Malaysia as one of his most extraordinary fan bases and aimed to give them an unforgettable time at his concert.
Having last performed in Kuala Lumpur in 2003, Rahman said he was very excited to present his new repertoire of numbers to his fans here.
Renowned worldwide for his innovative compositions, Rahman has won two Academy Awards (for his work on Slumdog Millionaire), two Grammy Awards, a Bafta award and a Golden Globe award, in addition to the numerous awards and nominations he has to his name in India.