Pune police officer explains stopping AR Rahman concert mid-way
AR Rahman’s Pune concert was stopped mid-way for exceeding the 10 pm deadline. The cop who interrupted the show has now spoken out, stating that he was merely doing his job. In an interview with Pune Mirror, Senior police inspector Santosh Patil said that he had tried to contact the organizers and when they didn’t respond, he walked up to the stage to stop the show. Patil added that he had no other option as it was past the permissible time, according to the Supreme Court’s deadline of 10 pm for loud music to be played. AR Rahman had tweeted about the incident and expressed his appreciation for the audience’s love despite the concert being halted. A video of the incident went viral on social media platforms where a police officer was seen walking on stage and asking Rahman, other artists and organizers to stop the show.
The incident at AR Rahman’s Pune concert has raised questions about the noise pollution rules and their enforcement in India. While the cop insists that he was simply doing his job, many fans and music enthusiasts have criticized the decision to stop the show mid-way, especially since it was reportedly enjoyed by thousands of people who had come to watch the renowned musician perform live.
Overshooting the permissible noise levels is a common occurrence in India, especially during festive seasons and weddings. However, such incidents are usually dealt with by collecting fines or issuing warnings to the organizers. This incident has sparked a debate about the need for more clarity and stricter enforcement of the rules.
AR Rahman is known for his soulful music and has a massive fan following in India and abroad. He has won numerous awards for his work, including two Academy Awards, two Grammy Awards, a BAFTA Award, and a Golden Globe. His music has touched the hearts of millions of people and has been an inspiration for many aspiring musicians.
Despite the controversy surrounding the incident, Rahman has continued to remain positive and has thanked his fans for their love and support. He has promised to continue making music and entertaining his fans, and has expressed his gratitude to the people of Pune for their warm welcome and support. The incident has also highlighted the need for better communication and coordination between the organizers and law enforcement agencies to ensure that such incidents do not happen in the future.
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