ar rahman \"thanks god\" no-one injured in stage collapse

by:Marslite     2019-09-23
Slumdog Millionaire composer AR Rahman said he \"thanked God\" that no one in his team was killed when his stage collapsed last month.
While preparing for the show in Detroit, a lighting device collapsed, the staff were injured and the instrument was destroyed.
\"Thank God they are all alive,\" Rahman told BBC Asia channel . \".
The incident forced the composer to postpone several American and European dates for his Ho tour.
At the time, Rahman said the accident had a \"profound impact\" on his band, dancers and crew \".
\"But I extend my heartfelt apologies to the fans,\" he added . \".
Rahman told the BBC on Tuesday that the 3D movie \"This is a tense moment,\" adding that his stage has been completely rebuilt for the upcoming British date.
Indian musicians working with Kylie Milo and Lord Lloyd
British audiences can look forward to a lavish show that combines Broadway shows, circus shows and rock concerts, Webb said.
There are some plans for the tour-
Named after his hit single for Slumdog Millionaire
Shoot in 3D.
Rahman said it was part of his \"bigger vision\" for the concert.
Rahman has rescheduled North America to September.
But on Tuesday, he announced that performances planned for Zurich, Paris and Mannheim this weekend were canceled \"due to circumstances beyond our control.
He has promised to return to the United States later this year.
Rahman was asked to create the official national anthem for this year\'s Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India.
He worked with the famous Tamil film director Bala to complete the project.
\"He is an old friend and we are a great team and I am happy to work with him again,\" Rahman said . \".
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