AR Rahman releases new single 'Infinite Love' for children
Indian music composer AR Rahman has launched his latest single 'Infinite Love' for children after a gap of almost 15 years in Mumbai.
The 45-year-old, who became famous after wining an Oscar for the 2008 film 'Slumdog Millionaire, is said to have collaborated with Reliance Industries for his "dream project."
"It is a dream project. After doing 'Maa Tujhe Salaam' and 'Vande Mataram' nothing was compelling enough for me to you know really get into the zone and once I thought of 'Infinite Love', I though it was a good 15 year break and it was time to do something very interesting, and reliance foundation was supporting it so we got what we wanted," Rahman said.
The music composer's last non-film work was his patriotic album 'Vande Mataram' in 1997.
Billionaire Indian industrialist Mukesh Ambani's wife Nita graced the launch event and expressed her happiness to get the chance to work with Rehman.
"First of all the movie which A.R has made inspires all of us to give unconditional love to our children. Because they are going to be the messengers of love and affection to the world and I think that is so touching in the movie," she said.
"Working with A.R is an absolute delight and one learns so much by just watching him and I look forward for being a partner with him for any other purposeful idea to do with children, to do with peace and any other thing which will help us to make this a better world for all our children," she added.