AR Rahman remembers hilarious incident at the safety test when he arrived with his two Oscars in India

Reported By: DNA Web Team| Edited By: DNA Net Crew |Offer: DNA Net Desk |Updated: Mar 03, 2023, 07: 55 PM IST

The Academy has been releasing special movies as a glide-up to the 95th Oscars on March 12. In a video that it shared on its social media as phase of the series ‘At the support of the Oscars Speech’, the Indian song composer AR Rahman turned into considered recollecting recollections connected to his Oscars soak up 2009.

AR Rahman won two Oscar statuettes for Perfect Accepted Obtain for Slumdog Millionaire and Perfect Accepted Tune for Jai Ho, alongside with the lyricist Gulzar, at the 81st Academy Awards in 2009. The Danny Boyle-directed drama itself won six other Oscars that night including the ones for Perfect Characterize and Perfect Director.

In per chance the latest video, Rahman acknowledged that he “felt like a Gladiator” after winning the Oscars. The musician additionally added that he did not prepare his speech and determined to “drift”. He went on to say how Penelope Cruz, who got the Perfect Supporting Actress award, and the 2008 global monetary disaster influenced his speeches whereas receiving his two awards. 

The Padma Bhushan awardee additionally went on to preserve in mind a hilarious incident at the safety test when he arrived with his two Oscars in India. “After I got the Oscars, I build aside it in my hand baggage and the safety, when I turned into attending to India, they acknowledged, “Can you wait?”. And they had been nearly like 100 of us within the safety test. So the officer took these 2 Oscars, ‘See what I essentially cling’ and all people went gaga. They had been merely, ‘Oh my God”, acknowledged Rahman.

Other than Gulzar and Rahman, Resul Pookutty additionally won the Oscar for Perfect Sound Mixing, alongside with Richard Pryke and Ian Tapp, for Slumdog Millionaire. The opposite two Indians to take the approved award are Bhanu Athaiya for Perfect Costume Fabricate for the 1982 film Gandhi and Satyajit Ray winning the Academy Honorary Award in 1991.

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