Golden Globe Nomination for AR Rahman

Madras Mozart has been nominated for the second time in Golden Globe for his musical score for ‘127 Hours’.

News 15-Dec-2010 9:21 AM IST Top 10 Cinema Comments

Time for celebrations again! Before couple of years A.R. Rahman astonished the entire world fetching couple of Oscars, Golden Globe, Grammy Awards, BAFTA and many more awards for his outstanding music for Danny Boyle’s ‘Slumdog Millionaire’. Maybe, last year it was a little disappointment for his fans as his song ‘Na Na’ in ‘Couples Retreat’ wasn’t nominated.

Well now the heavy downpour of accolades for A.R. Rahman is set to begin as he has been nominated for the original score category in Golden Globe Awards for Danny Boyle’s ‘127 Hours’. The other nominations are Desplat ('The King's Speech'), Danny Elfman ('Alice in Wonderland'), Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross ('The Social Network'), and Hans Zimmer ('Inception').

Much prior to the nominations, A.R. Rahman started making high waves for his stunning music in this film as Aron Ralston (American mountaineer on whom the film is based on) wholeheartedly admitted that - For A.R, Thank you for bringing your amazing music to my story - if only I had your soundtrack in the canyon, I could've lasted another 127 hours. Best Wishes, A.R. (Aron Ralston).

We as the members of Top 10 Cinema express our wishes to A.R. Rahman for his nomination and let’s wish he brings yet another honor for India.

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