AR Rahman’s recent musical concert in Chennai was the subject of controversy. The music composer made a public apology for the event organizers’ failure to meet the standards. Now an old case has been exposed, and new developments have occurred that involve the Oscar-winning composer in another controversy.
An association of surgeons filed a complaint against Rahman, claiming that he was given Rs 29 lakh for a concert but never conducted it. AR Rahman’s lawyer has responded to these accusations and demanded Rs 10 crore as compensation for defaming him.
The Association of Surgeons of India received a legal notice from AR Rahman requesting that they withdraw the complaint against him within three days. He denied all the accusations and mentioned that third parties were involved in this issue, something he was unaware of.
Rahman asked the association to offer an unconditional apology for maligning his reputation in the legal notice. Furthermore, Rahman’s counsel requested that the association pay Rs 10 crore as compensation for defaming him. If the association fails to pay the compensation, the musician will take legal and criminal action.
According to the association’s complaint against Rahman, he received a sum of Rs 29 lakh in 2018 from them.