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Jai Ho – Pune Concert 2009 
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A R Rahman Jai Ho Concert 2009
Venue: Balewadi Stadium Complex | Date: Sunday, 31, May 2009 | Time: 7pm to 10pm
Press Conference in Pune with AR Rahman
Friday, 8th May, 2009 | Time: 5.00pm | Venue: MAERRs MIT Campus
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  1. Mausam and Escape - Asad on the Sitar, Rashid, Keith and Sanjeev on guitars
  2. Jaage Hai – ARR
  3. Athiradi - ARR, Sayonara, Narayan, Tanvi, Rayhana, Aslam
  4. Delhi 6 - Tanvi, Blaaze, Benny, Neeti, Suzanne
  5. Roja Jaaneman - Hariharan, Sadhana
  6. Masakkali - Raja Hassan
  7. Jiya Se Jiya - ARR, TWS, Sivamani
  8. Style - Tanvi, Blaaze
  9. Liquid Dance
  10. Guzarish - Raja Hassan, Suzanne
  11. Dreams on Fire – Suzanne
  12. Taal Se Taal (Western Beat)
  13. Ringa Ringa - Neeti, Sayonara, Shweta Pandit
  14. Dil Se Re – ARR
  15. Genda Phool - Shweta Pandit
  16. Unplugged Medley - Tu Hi Re – Hariharan
  17. Unplugged Medley - Dheemi Dheemi – Hariharan
  18. Unplugged Medley - Khamosh Raat - Roop Kumar Rathod
  19. Unplugged Medley - Kahin Toh - Rashid Ali
  20. Unplugged Medley - Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna – Hariharan
  21. Kabhi Aditi - Rashid Ali
  22. Rehna Tu – ARR
  23. Chupke Se - Sadhana Sargam, Aslam
  24. Mayya Mayya – Neeti
  25. DJ Medley Mix
  26. Gangsta Blues - Blaaze, Tanvi
  27. Kala Bandar - Blaaze, Benny
  28. Medley - Azeem O Shaan - ARR, Benny, Aslam, Narayan, Suzanne, TWS
  29. Medley - Rukkumani - ARR, Benny, Aslam, Narayan, Suzanne, TWS
  30. Medley - Veera Pandi - ARR, Benny, Aslam, Narayan, Suzanne, TWS
  31. Kaise Mujhe - Benny, Shweta Pandit
  32. Khwaja Mere Khwaja - ARR, Aslam, Raja Hassan
  33. Maula Mere Maula - ARR, Aslam, Raja Hassan
  34. Humma Humma - ARR, Blaaze
  35. Jai Ho - ARR, Neeti, Tanvi, Suzanne
  36. Maa Tujhe Salaam - All artistes
The following songs were originally planned but omitted in the final sequence -
  1. Mangta Hai Kya - ARR, Suzanne
  2. Jiya Jale - Radha Mangeshkar
  3. Ay Hairaten - Hariharan, Sadhana
  4. Mustafa – ARR
  5. Dhakka Laga Bukka - ARR, Blaaze, Benny, Neeti, Tanvi, Sayonara
  6. Pappu Can't Dance - ARR, Blaaze, Benny, Neeti, Tanvi, Sayonara
  7. Ay Bachu – Suzanne
  8. Chale Chalo - ARR, TWS
  9. Bandish - Hariharan
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Jai Ho – Pune Concert 2009  - Behind The Story
Taken from : Times of India
There was a buzz in the air. Thousands of Puneites were eagerly waiting for the ‘Mozart of Madras’ and his magical melodies. And, he did not disappoint.
The Balewadi sports complex resounded with the Rahman magic leaving his fans spellbound and asking for more as The Times of India Jai Ho concert unfolded in the balmy Sunday evening.
    The venue was crowded well before the show started. And then the wait began, that of the maestro and his posse of musicians.

    Moments before Rahman got onto the stage, radio jockeys of Radio Mirchi, RJ Shrikant and RJ Aditi played host and welcomed the crowd. The crowd complied when they were asked to scream ‘Jai Ho’ at the top of their voices but their loudest cheer was reserved for Rahman as he came on to the stage in a lift that came up from the middle of the stage. Clad in a white sherwani, Rahman started off the show with a track from ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and followed it up with a Tamil track ‘Machan Machan’.

    But it was his talk before the track that left the audience charmed. “Namaskar, salaam and satsriakaal! A dream I had since a long time has finally come true today, and I’m here in Pune. We are going to have fun today with some good songs, some bad and some mistakes,” he said with a laugh.

    The next track, one of his latest releases — the title song of ‘Delhi-6’ — had the crowd up on their feet with all singing along with Rahman’s troupe of singers. “The concert began with a prayer for peace which was fitting since Rahman’s music symbolises light, beauty and peace for all those who hear it. His songs cut across languages and countries, only to bring everyone together,” said an excited Jill Sheldekar, a corporate trainer.

    Popular singers Hariharan and Sadhana Sargam’s entry on the stage caught everyone by surprise as they immediately launched into the song ‘Roja Janeman’ from ‘Roja’ to the delight of everyone, as the crowd hummed along.

    Singer Raja Hassan belted out the popular ‘Masakalli’ from ‘Delhi 6’ and ‘Guzarish’ from ‘Ghajini’ and he was accompanied well by a female singer from Rahman’s troupe.

    But while ‘Masakalli’ had the crowd whistling along, it was Rahman’s ‘Dil Se,’ the title track from the film by the same name that had the entire crowd up and jumping on their feet. From his entry in a lift that looked like it was on fire, to his voice that reached a high few could dream of, Rahman did it all and elicited the loudest cheers of the evening. “I do not normally sing this song in shows, but I got too many e-mails asking for this particular song,” he said.

    In between songs, Rahman also found time to converse with the audience, as he left the stage with the intention of ‘interviewing’ a few people. “I always get asked ‘Why’ and ‘What,’ etc, so now, I’m going to do the same,” he said, as everyone started jumping up and down to catch his attention. He finally spoke to a couple of people and then dedicated his next song ‘Jiya Se Jiya’ to them.

    “We are enjoying every bit of the show. His entry was superb and so is the event. Also, the police is doing a great job,” said Amit Besetty, who was there with his group of friends.

    It was not all music, and even the dancers in the troupe put up a splendid show. What was particularly eye-catching was a dance jugalbandi in martial arts style by two dancers. The other songs performed during the pulsating evening included ‘Ringa Ringa’ from ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘Genda Phool’ from ‘Delhi-6’.

    Next up was the foursome of Rahman, Hariharan, Roopkumar Rathod and Rashid Ali as Rahman played the piano with the others singing some beautiful numbers. While Hariharan sang the soulful ‘Tu Hi Re’, Roopkumar Rathod followed with ‘Khamosh Raat’ and Rashid Ali with ‘Kahin Toh’. But, it was the patriotic ‘Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna’ from ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’ and ‘Bharat Humko Jaan Se Pyara’ from ‘Roja’ that stole the heart of the audience. “These are two of my favourite songs,” Rahman told the audience.

    “We think he is fantastic and being here is indeed a privilege. He’s ‘God’ and we have no words to express how we feel,” said friends Sujay Kulkarni and Manmohi Dake.

    The evening drew to a close with the hits ‘Kabhi Kabhi Aditi’ (Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na) ‘Chupke Se’ (Saathiya), ‘Rehna Tu’ (Delhi-6) and ‘Mayya Mayya’ (Guru).

    Later, the ‘Nightingale of India’ Lata Mangeshkar went to the stage and congratulated Rahman on his winning the Oscars. Lata, who spoke in Marathi, told the audience “Tyana Marathi samajat nahi (he does not understand Marathi), but Rahman sprang a surprise by saying, “But, I do!”

    She also presented him a memento. City mayor Rajlaxmi Bhosale presented a shawl to Rahman as city MP Suresh Kalmadi also came on stage.

    After that Benny Dayal and Neeti Mohan came on stage to sing ‘Kaise Mujhe’ from ‘Ghajini.’ Then it was again Rahman, along with Raja Hassan who presented two sufi songs ‘Khwaja Mere Khwaja’ from ‘Jodhaa Akbar’ and ‘Arziyaan’ from ‘Delhi 6.’

    Rahman brought the audience on the feet when he came down the stage and mingled in the audience while singing ‘Hamma Hamma’ from ‘Bombay.’ He egged on the audience to sing along and his fans responded wholeheartedly.

    As the show came to an end, Rahman sang ‘Jai Ho’ and ‘Vande Mataram’ as the stage bathed in tri-colour and the sky was lit with fireworks.

    “I thank you for all the love. I had a great time and I hope to see you all next time,” said Rahman as he signed off.

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