Washington: “Jai Ho”, a documentary based on music maestro AR Rahman’s life, was screened at the White House. The film, directed by Umesh Aggarwal, traces the journey of the Oscar and Grammy winning music composer’s professional and personal life. It explores the evolution of his style of music-a fusion of Eastern sensibilities and Western technology.
“On the way to the White House for a screening of ‘Jai Ho’,” Rahman, 48, posted on twitter. The musician also performed at a concert in Wolftrap, a performing arts center located in Vienna, near Washington. “Dear fans and music lovers from DC – Together we have set a new record in the history of Wolftrap, Vienna with our concert being the highest grosser ever!” Rahman wrote on Facebook