He was visibly delighted when he saw the best in the world of music. All these facilities, right here in India and that too at a place that is supposed to be teaching youngsters the ropes of cinema. It was too good to be true, but it was. The occasion was the inauguration of the state of
the art (this time it is really serious) studios (TV, film and sound) at the Whistling Woods International film school run by (dream merchant) Subhash Ghai. Also present at the occasion were prominent film makers Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Abbas Mustan, Vishal Bhardwaj and Kamlesh Pandey.
Rahman, speaking on the occasion told that the current crop of students were really lucky to have such facilities at their disposal. He recounted his early years when he had to struggle to get access to facilities. Rakeysh Mehra too praised the school for its standards that were nothing short of international. Subhash Ghai, founder of the school reiterated his commitment towards providing guidance and opportunity of the highest order. Looks like there is going to be no shortage of Rahmans and Mehras in the future.