Rahman's set on MTV Unplugged is a perfect amalgam of the different styles of music he's dabbled in throughout his long-standing career. Combining Carnatic and Hindustani music with Western classical tunes and rhythm, the arrangements have been made keeping in mind his truly eclectic style and world music influences. The accompanying musicians -- most of them his long-time collaborators and students at the KM Music Conservatory -- serve to embellish the already rich texture and tonality of his most popular works. Anyone who calls himself a Rahman fan will not want to miss this set! This song is about acknowledging a difference in points of view and, in fact, appreciating it when close relations are involved. The melody and tune, too, have a shifty feel that brings out this emotion. One of the very few jazz compositions that have become hits in the Hindi film music sphere. This song is about two people in love, and how because distance has kept them apart one lover desperately wants to fly out to meet the other so they can spend every moment of their lives together. In the MTV Unplugged version, ARR's layered composition incorporates very strong vocal harmonies by the choir and the shifty bed of the string section, giving this song with neither 'mukhda' nor 'antara' a very uplifting feel.
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