Birth name A. S. Dileep Kumar NationalityInde Birth 6 january 1966 (53 years) at Delhi (Inde) Awards Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, National Film Award for Best Music Direction, Filmfare Awards, Filmfare Awards South
Allah-Rakha Rahman (About this sound pronunciation , born A. S. Dileep Kumar on 6 January 1967) is an Indian composer, singer-songwriter, music producer, musician and philanthropist. Rahman's works are noted for integrating Eastern classical music with electronic music, world music and traditional orchestral arrangements. Among his awards are two Academy Awards, two Grammy Awards, a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe, four National Film Awards, fifteen Filmfare Awards and thirteen Filmfare Awards South. Rahman's body of work for film and stage has given him the nickname of "the Mozart of Madras", and Tamil commentators and fans call him Isai Puyal (English: the Musical Storm).
In 2009, Time included Rahman on its list of the world's most influential people. The UK-based world-music magazine Songlines named him one of "Tomorrow's World Music Icons" in August 2011.
With an in-house studio (Panchathan Record Inn in Chennai) Rahman's film-scoring career began during the early 1990s with the Tamil film Roja. Working in India's film industries, international cinema and theatre, Rahman is one of the world's all-time best-selling recording artists. In a notable two-decade career, he has been acclaimed for redefining contemporary Indian film music and contributing to the success of several films. Rahman has become a notable humanitarian and philanthropist, donating and raising money for a number of causes and charities.
Rahman is married to Saira Banu and has three children: Khatija, Rahima and Ameen. Ameen has sung "NaNa" from Couples Retreat, and Khatija has sung "Pudhiya Manidha" from Enthiran. Rahman is the uncle of composer G. V. Prakash Kumar, the son of his older sister A. R. Reihana. Kumar's first film work was singing on Rahman's "Chikku Bukku Rayile", from his score for 1993's Gentleman. Reihana's film debut was singing on "Vidai Kodu Engal Naadae" from Kannathil Muthamittal, and she is a music director. Rahman's younger sister, Fathima, heads his music conservatory in Chennai. The youngest, Ishrath, has a music studio. Rahman is the brother-in-law of film actor Rahman.
An atheist during much of his childhood, in 1989 Rahman converted to Islam (the religion of his mother's family). After the early death of his father, his family experienced difficult times; Sufism influenced his mother and, eventually, his family. During the 81st Academy Awards ceremony Rahman paid tribute to his mother: "There is a Hindi dialogue, mere pass ma hai, which means 'even if I have got nothing I have my mother here'." He said, "Ella pughazhum iraivanukke" ("All praise to God" in Tamil, a translation from the Quran) before his speech.
Directed byKathir ActorsRichard Rishi, Sridevi Vijaykumar, Abbas, Aachi Manorama, Manorama, Raghuvaran Rating58% Deepak is a budding filmmaker trying to get his first production out. He meets and falls in love with Geetha, and decides to take his relationship with her further once his first film is made. Misunderstandings lead to their separation, and her eventual marriage to Rajiv, a struggling actor who is looking for a role in Deepak's next film.
, 2h38 Directed byRajivMenon kumar GenresDrama, Musical, Romance ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Musical films ActorsMammootty, Abbas, Aishwarya Rai, Ajith Kumar, Tabu, S. Manivannan Rating75% Kandukondain Kandukondain opens with army commando Major Bala (Mammootty) fighting in a war and losing his left leg in a grenade explosion. After the opening credits, Sowmya (Tabu) and Meenakshi "Meenu" (Aishwarya Rai) are shown as the adult daughters of Pathma (Srividya) living in a Chettiar mansion in Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu with their maternal grandfather Chandrasekhar (Unnikrishan Namboothiri), maidservant Chellatha (S. N. Lakshmi) and younger sister Kamala (Shamili). Sowmya is a school principal while Meenu is passionate about classic Tamil poetry, music and dance. Major Bala, one of the rich men in their village falls in love with Meenu, but Meenu falls in love with Srikanth (Abbas). Manohar (Ajith Kumar) is a director who comes to Meenu's house for a film shoot. Sowmya and Manohar fall for each other but an issue crops up between the two and whether Manohar manages to win her back forms the rest of their part of the story.
Saying that compressed music, MP3s and streaming, have diminished the quality and flattened the emotion. It also plots about the decline of sound quality, and how technology has changed the way people listen to music.
, 2h20 Directed byAllah Rakha Rahman, Aanand L. Rai OriginInde GenresDrama, Romance ThemesFilms about religion ActorsDhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, Swara Bhaskar, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Shilpi Marwaha Rating75% Kundan Shankar (Dhanush) is the only son of a Tamil Hindu parents settled in Varanasi. Since his childhood, Kundan has had a strong and obsessive one-sided love for Zoya Haider (Sonam Kapoor), a Muslim girl residing in the same neighborhood. He always attempts to be around her but gets slapped several times in the process. Zoya finally changes her mind because of Kundan's consistency of affection. Her family is orthodox, preventing the lovers from being together. After Zoya moves to Aligarh for further studies, Kundan harmonizes with Zoya's family, assisting them with chores. Zoya gets into Jawaharlal Nehru University and discovers a long-lost strength as she confronts and then falls for student leader Akram Zaidi (Abhay Deol).
, 2h20 Directed byGautham Vasudev Menon GenresDrama, Action, Romance ActorsAditya Roy Kapur, Silambarasan, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Anupama Kumar, Daniel Balaji Roles Original Music Composer Rating65% Nithya (Samantha) and Varun (Aditya) are friends from childhood, who stays in the same colony. Nithya moves to other place and both get back in touch with each other when they enter into their teens,then they fall in love they break up because of minor reasons.Their relationship shuffle between on and off with multiple breakups which continues till climax in different phases of age group [i.e 8 Years, 20 Years, 24 Years]. What are the reasons for their break ups and patch ups, did they got married or did they parted ways from each other should be seen on the silver screen.
, 1h47 OriginUSA GenresDrama, Biography, Documentary ThemesSports films, Association football films ActorsVincent d’Onofrio, Rodrigo Santoro, Diego Boneta, Colm Meaney, Seu Jorge, André Mattos Roles Original Music Composer Rating72% Ayant grandi dans les favelas, le jeune Edson, dit Pelé, a été formé au football de rue, imprégné du ginga qui a été l'essence du football brésilien mais qui avait aussi été accusé de la défaite cuisante de 1950 et de la déchéance sportive qui s'en suivit. Remarqué, le jeune garçon rejoint le club de Santos mais se heurte à la nouvelle religion du football inspiré des équipes européennes. Son talent et ses capacités hors normes le mènent ensuite jusqu’à la Coupe du Monde 1958, où, à seulement 17 ans, il impose une créativité footbalistique retrouvée.
Directed byManeesh Sharma GenresDrama, Thriller, Action ActorsShahrukh Khan, Parineeti Chopra, Yogendra Tiku, Vaani Kapoor, Ileana D'Cruz, Sayani Gupta Rating70% Gaurav, un jeune homme de 20 ans, est le plus grand FAN de la superstar du cinéma indien Aryan Khanna. Il gagne d’ailleurs le prix du meilleur sosie de cette acteur. Pour couronner le tout, Gaurav décide d’aller à la rencontre de son idole et lui remettre le trophée le jour de son anniversaire. Après mille et un obstacles, Gaurav parvient à son but. Il se retrouve face à son idole, son univers, son dieu comme il l’appelle. Mais les choses ne vont pas se passer comme prévu.
, 2h30 Directed byAshutosh Gowariker OriginInde GenresDrama, Action, Adventure, Historical, Romance ThemesChildren's films ActorsHrithik Roshan, Pooja Hegde, Kabir Bedi, Arunoday Singh, Kishori Shahane, Manish Prakash Chaudhari Roles Playback Singer Rating58% L'action se déroule à l'époque de la civilisation de la vallée de l’Indus, au XXIe siècle av. J.-C., dans l'une des plus anciennes villes du monde, Mohenjo Daro. La ville est gouvernée par Maham, le chef du sénat. Malhonnête et très cruel, sa cupidité est sur le point de détruire la cité. Sarman (Hrithik Roshan), un jeune et courageux cultivateur d'indigo, se rend à Mohenjo Daro pour y échanger ses produits au marché. Il tombe alors amoureux de Chaani (Pooja Hegde). Fille d'un chef religieux, il lui a été prédit qu'elle serait à l’origine d’une nouvelle société. À sa naissance, elle a été promise à Moonja (Arunoday Singh), le fils de Maham. À l’issue d'une épreuve de force entre les deux hommes, Sarman va non seulement apprendre sa véritable identité et la raison de son lien fort à Mohenjo Daro mais aussi mettre en place le nouvel ordre, même si cela signifie sacrifier la vieille ville aux mains de la divinité de la rivière.