AR Rahman Drops New Song ‘Ahimsa’ With U2’s Bono and The Edge

The song is available on Spotify.

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Music legends unite.

There’s nothing better than to see music legends from two different parts of the world share the same space. On 22 November, music composer and singer AR Rahman took to social media to share a photo with band members of U2, Bono and the Edge. In the photo, the three of them are sitting on a couch and posing.

The caption reads, “ 🇮🇪 🇮🇳” and the geotag says Mumbai which means that the band has already arrived in the city!

Take a look:

Of course, the fans were very pleased with man of them dropping comments like “wow” and “epic combination”. U2 and AR Rahman are collaborating on a new track titled ‘Ahimsa’. They met up at AR Rahman’s studio for the same. Earlier AR Rahman had also shared the artwork of the song. The song is available on Spotify.


The Irish rock band U2 is all set to perform in Mumbai in December and it looks like the band members are as excited as the music fans in India. This will be their first concert in India. They will be performing in Mumbai on 15 December.

The band is set to bring their acclaimed The Joshua Tree Tour celebrating the band's 1987 album of the same name to India. It will be the final stop of the international tour.

The band made the surprising announcement early on Wednesday morning, 18 September by sharing a video on their Instagram. In the post, band members Bono and The Edge are seen discussing their plans for the show, with the lead singer declaring it “one of the greatest nights of my life” and promising a “transcendent moment in the history of rock n roll.”

U2 comprises frontman Bono, guitarist the Edge, bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Larry Mullen Jr. With the Joshua Tree Tour 2019, the band will also be performing in Singapore, Seoul and Manila for the first time ever.

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