Fan fantasies can go a long way. Some dedicate extravagant gifts, bring down hell to meet them sometimes end up talking or write long messages to their icons while other dedicate their belongings to their favourite celebrities.
An Indian based in Australia has brought him his dream car and customised its license plate with the initials of A R Rahman. The licence plate reads "I (heart emoji) ARR". The fan is seen posing in front of his new BMW car -- a red beauty from the Z4 series.
Tweeting the picture of the car and the license plate he wrote "A.R. Rahman, I might be your biggest fan ever. Today, I bought my dream car and I knew I'd cherish it for a long time. I wanted the car to have my idol's name on it. Thank you for changing my life with your music." The Grammy winner made a mature comment. He retweeted the picture and with a smiling emoji and said: "Drive safely."
Drive safely 😊 https://t.co/NPkYBETTLb— A.R.Rahman (@arrahman) May 18, 2019
Not just on Twitter, Chander had his big fan moment on Instagram as well where Rahman commented "Mubaarak God bless" on his car's photograph.
@arrahman I might be your biggest fan ever. Today I bought my dream car and I knew I’d cherish it for a long time. I wanted the car to have my idol’s name on it. Thank you for changing my life with your music. #ARRahman pic.twitter.com/zBC4GW0c3O— ૐChander (@chanderr) May 17, 2019
Soon after Rahman's response, Chander's tweet went viral on the microblogging site and netizens were left awestruck.
Although we aren't sure if he can drive the car on roads with this number plate, his gesture sure is commendable. Rahman is currently busy promoting 'Le Musk', his directorial project, at the Cannes Film Festival. He is also busy with his project '99 Songs', a movie that Rahman is producing and stars debutant Ehan Bhat in lead role.