AR Rahman Concert in Chennai: Mismanagement, Stampede, Poor Sound; How Netizens Reacted

Fans criticize AR Rahman’s concert in Chennai for poor management, which leads to clashes and pandemonium.

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AR Rahman’s concert in Chennai on September 10 received harsh criticism from fans owing to poor management. Fans who attended the music maestro’s event uploaded footage and their ‘bizarre’ experiences on social media site X.

Many concertgoers resorted to social media to vent their dissatisfaction, bringing up a number of topics. They complained about the low volume, which made the performance hardly heard from the audience.

The event’s congestion caused panic attacks and anxiety among spectators, with many pledging never to attend another AR Rahman performance despite being die-hard admirers.

There have also been reports of ticket holders being denied access to the stadium, with some supporters tearing up their tickets in despair. Due to the event, there was a significant traffic snarl, and spectators claimed that planners sold tickets much in excess of capacity.

Manobala Vijayabalan, a film trade expert, posted a video of an unhappy fan tearing up their concert tickets, calling it a “unforgettable event” and the “worst gift” from AR Rahman.

The outpouring of rage was so intense that the hashtag #ARRConcert started trending on social media, with individuals airing their displeasure over the event. During the show, fans reported clashes and chaotic situations.

Another fan blasted the concert’s organization, calling it “very poorly organized” and a “waste of money and energy.” She also stated that she was agitated due to the fights and disturbances at the event, as well as the poor sound quality.

One Gold ticket holder expressed their disappointment, admitting that they were unable to ‘see the show’ owing to ‘overcrowding’ and ‘lack of room,’ implying that the promoters oversold the tickets. They also requested a refund.

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AR Rahman has yet to remark on the subject. The Oscar-winning soundtrack composer is most known for his work on the Ponniyin Selvan series, Enthiran, Sivaji: The Boss, Rangeela, Rockstar, Bombay, Taal, and Slumdog Millionaire.

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