Incident happened on the set with AR Rahman’s son: chandelier fell on the stage during the shooting, narrowly survived
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Singer AR Rahman’s son AR Amin met with an accident on the sets of the shoot, in which he narrowly survived. This happened when he was performing on stage and suddenly the chandelier fell. However, the good thing is that Amin and his team are completely safe.
AR Rahman and his son AR Amin
AR Amin shared the information
Amin shared two pictures from the sets on his Instagram handle. While in the first photo the set is intact, in the second photo the chandelier is seen fallen on the stage. He has also shared a note along with the photos, in which he has explained in detail about the accident, as well as thanked the almighty for saving his life.
Sharing the post on Instagram handle, Amin wrote- I am thankful to the almighty, my parents, family, well-wishers and my spiritual teachers that I am alive and safe today.’
set photo before accident
set photo after accident
Had it moved a few inches here and there, the chandelier would have fallen on our heads-Amin
Referring to the incident, Amin said- ‘Just three nights ago, I was shooting for a song and I was sure that the team has taken care of the technology and security. While I was busy performing in front of the camera, all of a sudden the entire trusses and chandeliers hanging from the crane fell. If it was even a few inches here and there, the whole rig would have come crashing down on our heads. Me and my team are very scared of this accident, we are still not able to recover from this shock.
This incident happened with Amin on March 2.
Fans worried about Amin
Ever since the post surfaced, the fans are very worried about AR Amin. In the comment section, a user wrote- ‘Thanks to the almighty, my brother. We all are with you. Another user wrote- ‘It is good that you are safe, we should think about such negligence.’ The third user wrote- ‘The prayers of your family and all of us fans are with you.’
Celebs and fans have expressed concern for Amin on this post.