AR Rahman turns 51, Celebrities flood twitter with wishes

On the occasion of his 51st birthday, celebrities wished Oscar and Grammy-winning composer AR Rahman immense love and best of health.

AR Rahman turns 51, Celebrities flood twitter with wishes

New Delhi: For the Indian music industry, AR Rahman is not just a name. It has, in fact, become a brand for the sound lovers. Rahman, who turned 51-year-old on Saturday, has transformed the face of Indian music industry with his vision and passion.

On the occasion of his 51st birthday, celebrities wished Oscar and Grammy-winning composer AR Rahman immense love and best of health.

Here is what the celebrities had to say:

A.R. Murugadoss: Wish you many more happy returns of the day sir, and wishing you a great musical years ahead.

Mohit Chauhan: Happy birthday A.R. Rahman saab. May God always keep you in best of health and spirits.

Salim Merchant: Happy birthday have a wonderful year ahead.

Harshdeep Kaur: Wishing you a very happy birthday. I'll be a fan forever! 

Shruti Haasan: Wishing the amazing A.R. Rahman a very happy birthday.

Aditi Rao Hydari: Wishing all the love and more magic to the music maestro. Happy birthday, sir! You are an inspiration to many! Love, light and happiness to you! 

Armaan Malik: Hope you have the best birthday ever. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to work with you so early on in my musical career. You're a true inspiration for all us Indian musicians. I pray and wish that you keep making India proud.

Anirudh Ravichander: Wishing the happiest birthday to the Mozart of Madras and my most favourite sir.

Jonita Gandhi: Happy birthday sir. To me, each and every interaction with you is a blessing. Sending you infinite love... Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the trust and countless lessons! 

Neeti Mohan: Dearest A.R. Rahman sir, wishing you a very happy birthday and a blessed year ahead. Love and respect.

Shreya Ghoshal: A very happy birthday sir. Love, light and happiness to you.

The recipient of four National Film Awards, two Academy Awards, two Grammy Awards, a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe, started his career in 1992, delivering hit tracks for "Roja". 

With the music of films like "Bombay", "Taal" and "Lagaan", the maestro earned a special spot on the global front. 

(With IANS Inputs)

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