AR Rahman and his son AR Ameen attend the Grammy Awards in 2022, where they meet BTS.

AR Rahman is one of our country’s most well-known musicians. For his amazing work, the music master continues to steal the show. This year, he attended the 64th Grammy Awards, which were held in Las Vegas. He’d already won a Grammy and attended this year’s ceremony with his son AR Ameen. Their photographs from the red carpet, as well as the crowd, have gone viral on social media, but it was their meeting with the popular Korean band BTS that captured everyone’s attention.

AR Rahman used his Instagram stories to share a message from his son AR Ameen, who posted a few photos of himself standing with the famed BTS band. Ameen, who is dressed in a multi-colored top over his pants, smiles as he poses with the rest of the band. Fans showered him with affection in the comments section. In the comments area, Armaan Malik left three lavender hearts and Jonita Gandhi left a hi-five emoji. The music maestro can be seen standing close next the entire BTS band as they attended the Grammys in the following story AR Rahman uploaded on his Instagram account.

AR Rahman said on Twitter that he will be attending the awards show, and that he would be accompanied by his son AR Ameen. For the first time, the Academy Award-winning artist took his kid to the event and shared the exciting news with his followers on social media.

AR Rahman took a photo with his kid Ameen and titled it “Grammys” with a heart-emoji. AR Ameen, who is also a rising musician, even joined his father on the red carpet. AR Rahman also posted a picture from the red carpet with the phrase “Parenting.”

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