Parthiban Throws Mic During Iravin Nizhal Song Launch, AR Rahman Is SHOCKED; Director Apologises And Reveals The Reason Behind His Behaviour
During Iravin Nizhal's song launch, Parthiban lost his cool and threw a mic at audience. AR Rahman was felt shocked
Director Parthiban and AR Rahman launched the first song from their upcoming film, Iravin Nizhal, on Sunday. A shocking incident took place at the event. The director lost his cool and threw the microphone at the audience which left everyone shocked including AR Rahman.
In the video that is going viral, director Parthiban is seen sitting beside AR Rahman on the stage. The director is then seen getting frustrated, losing his cool as Robo Shankar asks him to pass the mic. Parthiban then gets up from his seat, walks towards the audience and angrily throws the mic at him and the audience. "You should have asked this before," he said in response to Shankar. This left everyone shocked.
Later, the director realized his mistake and apologised for his behavior and said that he was under a lot of pressure after sleepless nights. "It was an indecent thing. I am sorry," he said, as reported by IndianExpress. ALSO READ:AR Rahman Speaks About The Advice He Received From Subhash Ghai; Legendary Music Composer Says, 'If You Don’t Learn The Language, You Cannot Compose'
Iravin Nizhal stars Parthiban in the lead. It also features Varalakshmi Sarathkumar, Priyanka Ruth, Brigida Saga, Sneha Kumar, Anand Krishnan and Chandru. AR Rahman has composed music for the film. AR Rahman earlier described Parthiban as a "passionate filmmaker and performer."
He had said, "I was enthralled by his enthusiasm for film and his willingness to attempt new things, new words, and new ideas for the score. So, when he mentioned it would be filmed in one take, I imagined it would be something special. He also took me through the entire rehearsal. When I first reviewed the movie, I was blown away by his ability to accomplish so much. And there was a huge difference between what I saw at the rehearsal and what he shot. He's a fascinating artist to collaborate with."