Fans 'disappointed' as Rahman croons non-Hindi songs : Wembley concert

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When a journalist asked Pee Cee for her comment on concert-goers walking out of Oscar-winning music composer A R Rahman' show on July 8 for allegedly singing songs that they could not understand. Injustice was meted out to them, they cried. Rahman had sung "most of Tamil songs" and that said to had not gone well with the Hindi-speaking audiences.

Many Indians - from the south and the north of the Vindhyas - have been pointing out how petty the concert boycotters were.

The Twitterati was divided over the legendary composer choosing to croon Tamil songs over theBollywood tracks. A R Rahman has not responded to his critics. Many took Twitter to express their anger, displeasure over Rahman's concert.

Watching AR Rahman perform live is an experience in itself.

The name of his United Kingdom concert was "Netru Indru Naalai", which in English means "yesterday, today, tomorrow". Come, join me on the 8th of July at Wembley, London!

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"Nevertheless we have posted the track list performed at the SSE Arena Wembley to prove that there were 16 full tracks in Hindi, 12 full Tamil tracks and 1 Medley with a mix of Tamil and Hindi".

There were some who supported him. I've been immensely blessed to have the love and support of my fans, music lovers, friends and well-wishers. What yaar? The show was called "Netru Indru Naalai", had 65 per cent, 6 Hindi songs (Set List is out there).

One wrote: "Everyone in the world knew that music doesn't have a language but Hindi wala guys say music in Hindi language".

"Hindis want concert ticket refund coz #ARRahman sang Tamil songs".

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