I am not sure how many people follow AR Rahman's concert, but he had one in London last week. It was titled "Netru Indru Nalai". Well many "Indians" walked out of the concert and were pissed because there were many Tamil songs. They complained how can he sing Tamil Songs in London where all Indians live. They lamented on being forced to sit and listen Tamil language.
Well I was surprised that many thought he is from Bollywood.
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
I have no clue about AR Rahman concert's but I believe its the fault of the organizers.
I think if there is a bilingual song composer, they should make it clear which language the composer is going to use as his primary language.
I don't think the Hindi audience would be too happy if more than 50% songs are Tamil and vice versa.
Don't know how expensive the concern was too - what a waste of money!!
Same question I have to ask the politicians and rest of India, are Tamilians a part of India??There are lot of situations where Tamilians are referred as Tamilians and not Indians. Particularly farmers are left in lurch here.
where Tamilians are referred as Tamilians and not Indians
By whom? This is a misconception created by the system in Tamil Nadu itself!
Amongst all the South Indian states, I believe our politicians value Tamil Nadu the most (obviously because of the number of seats allocated to them in assembly polls).
It is what the people from Tamil Nadu want to believe to use against others.
Farmers from several states including Haryana are struggling. Just like other middle class are.
So lets not bring petty regional politics into the current state of affairs.