"BTS concert in India soon."
AR Rahman was spotted with BTS members at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards held on April 3, 2022.
The composer’s son, playback singer AR Ameen, also proved that he is a BTS fan after he posed with them at the awards ceremony.
Taking to Twitter, Ameen shared two pictures clicked at the ceremony.
In the first picture, a selfie, Ameen is seen posing with Jimin at the event. Both of them smiled at the camera. Jin and J-Hope were also seen in the background.
For the event, Jimin wore a shimmery jacket over a turtleneck shirt and matching pants.
He also opted for dark sunglasses.
Ameen wore a multi-coloured shirt, dark pants, and silver shoes.
Sharing the photo, he captioned it: “#BTSARMY #btsgrammy2022 #GrammyAwards.”
In the second picture, Ameen posed with V, Jimin, Jin, Suga, and RM for a photo. Jungkook and J-Hope were seen standing a little far from them.
The BTS members smiled and posed for the photo. They were all dressed in dark coloured outfits.
AR RAHMAN AND BTS ? pic.twitter.com/BRmwhdcZi9
— misu??? (@misuot7) April 4, 2022
Ameen wrote: “(red heart and rocket emojis) #bts #BTSARMY #GrammyAwards.”
Reacting to their meeting, the Indian ARMY tweeted.
A fan said, “I connected the dots. BTS concert in India soon.”
Another said, “In 2020 #BTSxGrammys, Mr. @arrahman met @BTS_twt & now you did as well, give us a banger collab, please. Y’all look great together.”
A person tweeted, “I’m shaking, crying, screaming, collab when? #YOONGI #JIMIN #NAMJOON #JIN looks so stunning, I’ll faint.”
— A.R.Ameen (@arrameen) April 5, 2022
In a video, shared by Ameen on his Instagram Story, AR Rahman is seen standing near the table where BTS members were seated.
He is seen having a conversation with music producer David Chua Boon Ghee.
AR Rahman too shared Ameen’s post on his Instagram.
Earlier, AR Rahman, a two-time Grammy winner, took to his Twitter to share pictures from the event held in Las Vegas.
Alongside a selfie with Ameen, he wrote: “Grammys.”
The 55-year-old music composer also shared photos from the red carpet event on Twitter.
In 2010, AR Rahman won two Grammys for Danny Boyle’s acclaimed film Slumdog Millionaire.
He won the award for the best compilation soundtrack album for a motion picture, television or other visual media for the film, and the song Jai Ho, penned by Gulzar, was named the best song written for a motion picture, television or other visual media.