AR Rahman reacts to stampede situation at his Chennai concert after massive backlash

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Another accident could have happened after seeing this stampede-like situation Chennai For music maestro AR Rahman‘ concert. The views to get in at the AR Rahman a concert is disturbing, and you can see how people struggled to get in despite having tickets. After several videos of people crying to get into the concert went viral and a lot of backlash, AR Rahman finally he responded to the entire incident and took to his Twitter account and wrote, “Dearest Chennai Makkale, those of you who bought tickets and could not enter due to unfortunate circumstances, please please share a copy of your ticket purchase with arr4chennai@ along with your complaints. Our team will respond as soon as possible.” Also Read – AR Rahman opens up about the impact of marriage on his personal and professional life

After receiving massive backlash, the organizers of the event also apologized for the mismanagement and thanked AR Rahman for responding to the entire mishap. Also Read – Tere Ishk Mein: Dhanush hits it off in an angry, intense look as he prepares to fight for love, fans get goosebumps

“Thanks to Chennai and the legendary @arrahman Sir! The amazing response, the huge crowd made our show a huge success. #MarakkumaNenjam,” ACTC said in the post, which was reposted by Rahman. Also Read – Kangana Ranaut reacts to AR Rahman’s old statement against Bollywood; taking a clever dig at star kids

Look at how strongly people are criticizing AR Rahman’s concert in Chennai and calling it a big scam.

It is truly heartbreaking to see how the fans saved their lives in a stampede-like situation at the White House AR Rahman concert, and certainly the management could be a little more responsible.

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