*Santhosh Narayanan’s ‘Neeye Oli’ music performance that became a precedent**’Santhosh Narayanan’s ‘Neeye Oli’ musical performance with innovative and entertaining elements was a roaring success*Music director Santhosh Narayanan’s Neeye Oli musical performance in the Making Moments coordination has gone off in a grand manner, with no complaints, and an exemplar of how a musical should be performed, with a lavish fanfare.Music artist Santhosh Narayanan made his debut as a music composer through the film ‘Attakakhathi’. After that he has composed music for almost fifty films in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi languages. Santhosh Narayanan is recognized as a unique musician by Tamil fans all over the world. For the first time, he held a concert called ‘Neeye Oli’ at the Nehru Stadium in Chennai.The theme music of Prabhas, Kamal Haasan and Amitabh Bachchan’s highly anticipated film ‘Kalki 2898 AD’ was premiered at the event. The fans greeted the song with cheers.Many talented musicians and dancers from India and international countries participated in this concert which was held yesterday on Saturday. Fans gathered like waves to celebrate Santhosh Narayanan.Featuring Siddharth, Thee, Sean Vincent de Paul, Sean Roldan, Navs 47, Afroo, Ken Royson, Sathya Prakash, Priyanka NK, Hari Saran, Anand Aravindakshan, Vijayanarayanan, Ananthu, Kitaguchi Mariyamma, Meenakshi Ilayaraja, Gnanamuthu, Antony and many others. They entertained the fans.The concert was performed continuously for 3 hours without any intermission. It was the first time in South India that such a grand event was held in an open-air venue with spectacular lighting, various graphics, and high security.With over 20,000 fans attending, the event ended up being a very pleasant and innovative experience for the fans, with great celebration and no complaints.A special metro train service for fans was allowed till 12 pm and after the event, special permission was given to travel directly by train without the need to buy tickets. In all respects this concert has been a precedent.