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  Tanu Roy
Tanu Roy is an Indian film actress and model. A Bengali by birth, she has predominantly appeared in Telugu films apart from some Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali and Kannada films. She is mostly known for her item numbers in films like Mass and Hero.

Tanu Rony was born and brought up in Kolkata. She is a commerce graduate. She made her acting debut in 2001 with Puri Jagannadh's Itlu Sravani Subramanyam, after which she played small roles in Anandam and Manasantha Nuvve. She appeared in Avunu Nijame  and Kodi Ramakrishna's Keelugurram.Later, she starred in low budget B movies and did many item numbers in films including Satyam, Mass, No, Viyyalavari Kayyalu  and Pellikani Prasad.

She was seen in two Bengali films Basho Na in which she portrayed the role of a young widow and Moner Majho Tumhi, a remake of Mansantha Nuvve, and in the Kanna...  See full bio

Tanu Roy is an Indian film actress and model. A Bengali by birth, she has predominantly appeared in Telugu films apart from some Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali and Kannada films. She is mostly known for her item numbers in films like Mass and Hero.

Tanu Rony was born and brought up in Kolkata. She is a commerce graduate. She made her acting debut in 2001 with Puri Jagannadh's Itlu Sravani Subramanyam, after which she played small roles in Anandam and Manasantha Nuvve. She appeared in Avunu Nijame  and Kodi Ramakrishna's Keelugurram.Later, she starred in low budget B movies and did many item numbers in films including Satyam, Mass, No, Viyyalavari Kayyalu  and Pellikani Prasad.

She was seen in two Bengali films Basho Na in which she portrayed the role of a young widow and Moner Majho Tumhi, a remake of Mansantha Nuvve, and in the Kannada films Love Story, which is a remake of the Telugu film Maro Charitra and was earlier titled Prema Charitra. The first Kannada film she shot for Preethi Maadabaaradu  was shelved in the middle. In Tamil, she starred in the films Indru and Girivalam, a remake of the Hindi film Humraaz.

Tanu made her debut in Malayalam in the 2012 film Ee Adutha Kaalathu as Tanushree Ghosh and won critical acclaim for her portrayal of Madhuri, the mother of a 10-year-old boy. In Orissa, she played a social activist, who works for the welfare of tribal people in a village.

Her upcoming film is Amar Babu's Ala Jarigindi Oka Roju, which is the Telugu remake of the 2006 British crime comedy flick, Big Nothing. She has also shot for a cameo in Hashim Marrikar's Preview.

She also participated in the Telugu television shows Naacho Rrey  and Humma Humma.

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  Arya
Arya (born as Jamshad on 11 December 1980) is an Indian film actor who mainly appears in Tamil films. He is best known for his roles in the films Pattiyal (2006), Naan Kadavul (2009), Arinthum Ariyamalum, Madrasapattinam (2010), Boss Engira Bhaskaran (2010) & Vettai (2012).

Arya was born on 11 December 1980 in Trikarpur, Kerala, India into a Malayali Muslim Dhobi family. He has a younger brother, named Sathya and Razi, who is studying. He graduated with an engineering degree from Crescent Engineering College, based at Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. He did his schooling in SBOA Matriculation and Higher Secondary School, Chennai.

Arya (born as Jamshad on 11 December 1980) is an Indian film actor who mainly appears in Tamil films. He is best known for his roles in the films Pattiyal (2006), Naan Kadavul (2009), Arinthum Ariyamalum, Madrasapattinam (2010), Boss Engira Bhaskaran (2010) & Vettai (2012).

Arya was born on 11 December 1980 in Trikarpur, Kerala, India into a Malayali Muslim Dhobi family. He has a younger brother, named Sathya and Razi, who is studying. He graduated with an engineering degree from Crescent Engineering College, based at Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. He did his schooling in SBOA Matriculation and Higher Secondary School, Chennai.

 
  Sara Loren
A new girl in the B-Town, Mona Laizza a.k.a Sara Loren is a Pakistani actress who is famous for working in Pakistani television serials and Lollywood films. The leggy lass is a successful model too. Mona was born in an orthodox Muslim family. She originates from Kuwait where she completed her education. But after the sudden death of her father, she and her entire family shifted to Pakistan where she got a first break of her career.

She made her acting debut with a Pakistani television serial. After that she has worked in many Pakistani television serials and 2 Pakistani movies also. She also performs with the group of Pakistani artists in various countries. She has also worked as a theatre artist in Delhi and in Karachi too.

In the year of 2010, the beautiful actress made her Bollywood debut with the film 'Kajraare' also starring Himesh Re...  See full bio

A new girl in the B-Town, Mona Laizza a.k.a Sara Loren is a Pakistani actress who is famous for working in Pakistani television serials and Lollywood films. The leggy lass is a successful model too. Mona was born in an orthodox Muslim family. She originates from Kuwait where she completed her education. But after the sudden death of her father, she and her entire family shifted to Pakistan where she got a first break of her career.

She made her acting debut with a Pakistani television serial. After that she has worked in many Pakistani television serials and 2 Pakistani movies also. She also performs with the group of Pakistani artists in various countries. She has also worked as a theatre artist in Delhi and in Karachi too.

In the year of 2010, the beautiful actress made her Bollywood debut with the film 'Kajraare' also starring Himesh Reshammiya. The film was directed by Pooja Bhatt. She also did a cameo in the film 'Hum Paanch'.

Currently she is looking forward for the release of her next film 'Murder 3' directed by Vishesh Bhatt and also starring Randeep Hooda and Aditi Rao Hydari as her Co artists.

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  Vidyut Jammwal
Vidyut Jammwal is an Indian film actor, model and martial artist.  Popularly known as a contemporary action hero, he has worked in Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood films.  He is also a practitioner of kalaripayattu.

Jammwal made his acting debut in the 2011 Hindi film Force, a remake of the Tamil film Kaakha Kaakha, alongside John Abraham.  His performance as the antagonist earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.

He subsequently played supporting roles in the Telugu films Shakti and Oosaravelli, both starring NTR.  In 2012, Jamwal made his debut in Tamil cinema with Billa II, as the antagonist opposite Ajith Kumar. For his role, he received critical appreciation.  He recently worked on another Tamil film Thuppakki, opposite actor Vijay which became a blockbuster.  He recently was se...  See full bio

Vidyut Jammwal is an Indian film actor, model and martial artist.  Popularly known as a contemporary action hero, he has worked in Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood films.  He is also a practitioner of kalaripayattu.

Jammwal made his acting debut in the 2011 Hindi film Force, a remake of the Tamil film Kaakha Kaakha, alongside John Abraham.  His performance as the antagonist earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.

He subsequently played supporting roles in the Telugu films Shakti and Oosaravelli, both starring NTR.  In 2012, Jamwal made his debut in Tamil cinema with Billa II, as the antagonist opposite Ajith Kumar. For his role, he received critical appreciation.  He recently worked on another Tamil film Thuppakki, opposite actor Vijay which became a blockbuster.  He recently was seen in Vipul Shah's action film Commando opposite Pooja Chopra, where he appeared in his first lead role.

Although the film received a mixed critical reception, Jamwal gained appreciation for his portrayal of a commando in the Indian army, with noted critic Taran Adarsh mentioning that "COMMANDO clearly belongs to Vidyut and the liberty of watching him crushing everything and everyone in sight leaves you tongue-tied. By doing the stunts without a body double or cables, he fits into the definition of India's Next Gen action hero without a hitch. He's a fine actor too, although it's the action that takes precedence over histrionics here."

Jammwal is a vegetarian and appeared in an ad for PETA with the caption “Powered by Veggies! Go Vegetarian”.

Known For: AnjaanMaan KarateThuppakkiBilla II
 
  Payal Rohatgi
She is a self-made model and actress. Payal was born on 9th November, 1980 in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. The actress is the daughter of Shashank Rohatgi and Veena Rohatgi. Her brother's name is Gaurav Rohatgi. She was raised in Ahmedabad, Gujarat in a well-to-do family. Payal completed her schooling from Udgam School. The brilliant artist holds a degree in computer engineering from Ahmedabad-based L. D. College of Engineering.

Modeling world called up the glamorous Payal by luring her with advertisements for the brands like Nirma, Amul and Nescafe. The actress did very well in those ads. The television commercial of Cadbury Temptation played very important role in catching glances towards the actress. Payal appeared in some music videos, such as 'Silk Route' and Indipop singer KK's album.

The beauty was a contestant of the television real...  See full bio

She is a self-made model and actress. Payal was born on 9th November, 1980 in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. The actress is the daughter of Shashank Rohatgi and Veena Rohatgi. Her brother's name is Gaurav Rohatgi. She was raised in Ahmedabad, Gujarat in a well-to-do family. Payal completed her schooling from Udgam School. The brilliant artist holds a degree in computer engineering from Ahmedabad-based L. D. College of Engineering.

Modeling world called up the glamorous Payal by luring her with advertisements for the brands like Nirma, Amul and Nescafe. The actress did very well in those ads. The television commercial of Cadbury Temptation played very important role in catching glances towards the actress. Payal appeared in some music videos, such as 'Silk Route' and Indipop singer KK's album.

The beauty was a contestant of the television reality show, named 'Bigg Boss' aired on Colors channel in 2008. The actress appeared as a celebrity performer and enacted a laughter caricature in 'Comedy Circus - Chinchpokli To China' on Sony TV. In 2010, she was seen in television serial 'Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka' on NDTV Imagine. Payal was a contestant in 'Zor Ka Jhatka' anchored by Shah Rukh Khan. The lady was a part of CID series on Sony TV in the episode, 'Dhoom - Bike Robbers' in the year 2011. In 2012, Payal participated in the reality show 'Survivor India' on Star plus. She was the fifth runner up in the competition, in which almost 70 nations took part. Rohatgi also participated in the show 'Welcome - Baazi Mehmaan Nawazi Ki' on Life OK channel in 2013 and was seen in many episodes of the programme. She was the winner of the show.

The Bollywood journey of Payal Rohatgi commenced after winning the title of Miss Tourism World in the year 2002 in South America. She was the winner beating the contestants from 65 nations. The bold actress also participated in Femina Miss India Contest in 2002. Then, Payal was seen in the ad film of Dabur's Lal Dantmanjan along with Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag. Pradeep Sarkar was the director of this ad film. He again directed one more ad film for Eveready Battery with megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

Payal knocked on the doors of Bollywood and the film 'Yeh Kya Ho Raha Hai' by Harry Baweja opened the door for her. The movie is said to be Hindi version of Hollywood teen-flick 'American Pie'. The stunning heroine then appeared in some other films too, like 'Police Force' (2003), 'Plan' (2003) and 'Rakht' (2004). The actress gained her breakthrough with the movie '36 China Town'. Big stars like Kareena Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor and Paresh Rawal were her co-stars in this film. The glam-doll portrayed an item girl in the critically acclaimed film 'Corporate' (2006).

In the year 2007, Payal acted in the film 'Dhol' by Priyadarshan. It was Percept Picture Company production. The actress was witnessed in the second lead role with Arbaaz Khan. 'Ugly Aur Pagli' was her next movie in 2008 with Ranvir Shorey. She was seen doing a cameo in it. 'Dil Kabaddi' by TV18 was the next release of Payal in 2008, which was also starring Irrfan Khan. Payal essayed the character of aerobics instructor in this movie. The year 2010 saw the actress performing theatre workshops. She made an entry in one of the English play by Vandana Sajnani Khattar, named 'Four Play'. In her recent movie in 2012 titled 'Valentine's Night', she was featured with co-star Sangram Singh. The box-office preferred to remain silent for this movie. Payal got opportunity to work with Bollywood biggies, which assisted her in shaping her career.

The other movies of Payal include 'Chetna' (2005), 'Tauba Tauba' (2004), 'Laila' (2004), 'Heyy Babyy' (2007), 'Mazaa Mazaa' (2005) and 'Men Not Allowed' (2006). Rohatgi was the showstopper for Indore Fashion Week and supported the noble cause - Save the girl child. The actress is working actively for Jeevan Dhara, a Mumbai-based NGO. She also associated herself with one more social cause of alcoholics' and drug addicts' rehabilitation. Payal even had World Anti Drugs Day celebrations with them.

These days Payal is working on her next film 'Black Currency'. It is Shanti Niketan Films production and is directed by Sanjay Sharma. In this, Payal will be seen opposite eminent actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

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  Anu Prabhakar
Anu Prabhakar ( born 9 November 1980) is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Kannada films and is from Mangalore.Anu Prabhakar is the daughter of M. V. Prabhakar and dubbing artist and actress Gayathri Prabhakar. She studied at Nirmala Rani High School in Malleshwaram. She dropped out of college as her career in acting took off. However, later, she completed her graduation in sociology from Karnataka University.

Anu Prabhakar first appeared as a child artist in the films Chapala Chennigaraya and Shanti Kranti. Her first film in a lead role came in the 1999 Kannada film, Hrudaya Hrudaya, that had Shivarajkumar paired opposite her. She acted with Vishnuvardhan in films like Soorappa, Jamindarru, Hrudayavantha, Sahukaara, Varsha. She has also acted in a few Tamil movies.

In her next film based on the life of 12...  See full bio

Anu Prabhakar ( born 9 November 1980) is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Kannada films and is from Mangalore.Anu Prabhakar is the daughter of M. V. Prabhakar and dubbing artist and actress Gayathri Prabhakar. She studied at Nirmala Rani High School in Malleshwaram. She dropped out of college as her career in acting took off. However, later, she completed her graduation in sociology from Karnataka University.

Anu Prabhakar first appeared as a child artist in the films Chapala Chennigaraya and Shanti Kranti. Her first film in a lead role came in the 1999 Kannada film, Hrudaya Hrudaya, that had Shivarajkumar paired opposite her. She acted with Vishnuvardhan in films like Soorappa, Jamindarru, Hrudayavantha, Sahukaara, Varsha. She has also acted in a few Tamil movies.

In her next film based on the life of 12th-century Kannada poet Akka Mahadevi, she plays a dual role; one of the poet and the other of Jyothi, a girl who pursues PhD on the poet.

Anu Prabhakar was honoured by Bangalore's Kolada Math, with the title 'Abhinaya Saraswathi' for her performance in various films. She has won other awards such as 'Kannada State Government best actress award 2000–01' and 'Cinema Express best actress.

In 2009, she gave her voice to an HIV/AIDS education animated software tutorial created by the nonprofit organisation TeachAIDS.
Anu married Krishna Kumar, the son of actress Jayanthi in March 2002. Citing differences between them, they divorced in January 2014. In April 2016, she married Raghu Mukherjee, a model-turned-actor.

Known For: Arputham
 
  Karthik
Karthik born 7 November 1980 is an Indian playback singer. Karthik started his professional career as a backing vocalist and has since been working as a playback singer. He has sung in multiple languages including Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu , Bengali and Hindi among others. Karthik is known for his versatility in the industry which gave him opportunity to sing a variety of songs.Karthik developed an interest in music, early in his life.

 He is a trained Carnatic music vocalist and has been training since his school days. He was part of a college band and regularly participated in IIT Madras Fest Saarang. An ardent fan of A. R. Rahman, Karthik's dream was to meet Rahman and sing for him. Playback singer Srinivas, who collaborated often with Rahman was Karthik's close friend's cousin. Srinivas encouraged Karthik to look at singing as a car...  See full bio

Karthik born 7 November 1980 is an Indian playback singer. Karthik started his professional career as a backing vocalist and has since been working as a playback singer. He has sung in multiple languages including Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu , Bengali and Hindi among others. Karthik is known for his versatility in the industry which gave him opportunity to sing a variety of songs.Karthik developed an interest in music, early in his life.

 He is a trained Carnatic music vocalist and has been training since his school days. He was part of a college band and regularly participated in IIT Madras Fest Saarang. An ardent fan of A. R. Rahman, Karthik's dream was to meet Rahman and sing for him. Playback singer Srinivas, who collaborated often with Rahman was Karthik's close friend's cousin. Srinivas encouraged Karthik to look at singing as a career, which prompted Karthik to resume his singing lessons. One year later, Srinivas recommended Karthik's name to Rahman, who needed fresh voices for backing vocalists for a song from Pukar. Karthik eventually got the opportunity and recorded for the song. Having spent over a year being a backing vocalist, Karthik got his break during the re-recording of One 2 Ka 4. For the background score, A. R. Rahman wanted a high-pitched alap and he eventually chose Karthik to sing the alap. Soon after, Rahman asked him to sing the song "Nendhukittaen" from the film Star.

Karthik has sung a number of songs for many popular music directors, including A. R. Rahman, Ilaiyaraaja, Hamsalekha, Vidyasagar, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Harris Jeyaraj and Manisharma. Karthik has sung songs in several languages – Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu and Malayalam. "Ennaku Oru Girlfriend" from the Tamil film Boys was one of the biggest hits of the year as was "Oru Maalai" (Ghajini; 2005). His songs for Telugu films for Kotha Bangaru Lokam (Nijanga Nenenaa), Happy Days (Arare Arare, Oh My Friend), "Badhulu Tochanai" (Mr.Perfect), "Manase Guvvai" (Naa Peru Shiva), "Oh Oh My Friend" (Oh My Friend), "Meghama" (Journey), "Yevvaro" (Bodyguard (Telugu)) are very popular. His other popular songs include "Ava Enna" from the Vaaranam Aayiram (2009), the title track from Unnale Unnale, "Behka" from Ghajini.

 
  Bruna Abdullah
Bruna Abdullah (born on October 24, 1980) is an Arab Brazilian model. She born in Guaíba, Brazil. She is known for her role as Giselle in Punit Malhotra's I Hate Luv Storys, alongside Imran Khan and Sonam Kapoor. However, she was first noticed on Channel V's show, India's Hottest.She appeared in reality TV Show Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi Level 2 on Colors TV, hosted by Akshay Kumar.  She performed a number of shocking stunts & was appreciated by Akshay Kumar himself.
She appeared on the cover of Maxim. She has also appeared for advertising commercials for Indusind Bank alongside Ranvir Shorey. She has appeared as an item girl in the movie Desi Boyz released in 2011. She has also starred in one of 2012's most awaited Tamil movies, Billa II.

Bruna Abdullah (born on October 24, 1980) is an Arab Brazilian model. She born in Guaíba, Brazil. She is known for her role as Giselle in Punit Malhotra's I Hate Luv Storys, alongside Imran Khan and Sonam Kapoor. However, she was first noticed on Channel V's show, India's Hottest.She appeared in reality TV Show Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi Level 2 on Colors TV, hosted by Akshay Kumar.  She performed a number of shocking stunts & was appreciated by Akshay Kumar himself.
She appeared on the cover of Maxim. She has also appeared for advertising commercials for Indusind Bank alongside Ranvir Shorey. She has appeared as an item girl in the movie Desi Boyz released in 2011. She has also starred in one of 2012's most awaited Tamil movies, Billa II.

Known For: Billa II
 
  Laila
Laila Mehdin is an Indian actress. She has acted in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi language films. She is probably best known for her critically acclaimed and award-winning performances in the Bala-directed films Nandha and Pithamagan. She made her debut in the Telugu film Yegire Pavurama (1996) directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy. 

Laila began to receive offers from prominent directors to feature in Tamil films and turned down films such as Dharma Chakram and Kadhal Palli by K. S. Ravikumar and Pavithran respectively. She subsequently signed on to appear in the lead role in VIP after Pooja Kumar had walked out of the project. However Laila was left unimpressed when the producer asked her to consider changing her stagename to Pooja, as the invitations for the film had already been printed, and furthermore, she revealed that her unawarenes...  See full bio

Laila Mehdin is an Indian actress. She has acted in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi language films. She is probably best known for her critically acclaimed and award-winning performances in the Bala-directed films Nandha and Pithamagan. She made her debut in the Telugu film Yegire Pavurama (1996) directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy. 

Laila began to receive offers from prominent directors to feature in Tamil films and turned down films such as Dharma Chakram and Kadhal Palli by K. S. Ravikumar and Pavithran respectively. She subsequently signed on to appear in the lead role in VIP after Pooja Kumar had walked out of the project. However Laila was left unimpressed when the producer asked her to consider changing her stagename to Pooja, as the invitations for the film had already been printed, and furthermore, she revealed that her unawareness of Rambha also being a part of the film. Laila subsequently dropped out of the project, wanting to make her Tamil debut in a film where she played the sole heroine.

The Mumbai-based Laila then worked with Ajith in Dheena and Parthen Rasithen with Prashanth.

Then came Dhill and Pithamagan with Vikram. In between, Laila took a break and went back to Mumbai. However, she returned to Kollywood with a big bang. Her role in the movie Ullam Ketkumae won her accolades from the masses. She is a very successful Tamil actress.
She married Mehdin, an Iranian businessman, on 6 January 2006. She dated him for 7 years before marriage. According to Laila, they were engaged three years before marriage. She now has a son, and has no intention of returning to Kollywood in the near future.

 
  Keba Jeremiah
Keba Jeremiah is primarily an Indian guitarist working for musical soundtracks of Bollywood as well as for regional cinema of India. His guitar playing styles are influenced by genres like jazz, rock, Contemporary R&B and acoustic styles of music.


Born and brought up in Karama, Dubai, Keba Jeremiah started playing music at the age of 7. He began taking guitar lessons as a kid. Keba started off on the acoustic guitar and later learnt keyboard and drums along with his two brothers. At the age of 10, he started playing for various audiences at church programs and Christian events. For his school band, he tried his hands at the bass guitars. As the guitarist of the Our Own English High School band, he won awards at various inter-school level competitions. By the year 2004, for pursuing a professional engineering degree, he flew to India and joine...  See full bio

Keba Jeremiah is primarily an Indian guitarist working for musical soundtracks of Bollywood as well as for regional cinema of India. His guitar playing styles are influenced by genres like jazz, rock, Contemporary R&B and acoustic styles of music.


Born and brought up in Karama, Dubai, Keba Jeremiah started playing music at the age of 7. He began taking guitar lessons as a kid. Keba started off on the acoustic guitar and later learnt keyboard and drums along with his two brothers. At the age of 10, he started playing for various audiences at church programs and Christian events. For his school band, he tried his hands at the bass guitars. As the guitarist of the Our Own English High School band, he won awards at various inter-school level competitions. By the year 2004, for pursuing a professional engineering degree, he flew to India and joined the Hindustan College of Engineering, Chennai. Keba started playing at the New Life Assemblies of God Church every Sunday. He drew inspiration watching various leading musicians in the city at work. As a youth, Keba spent hours jamming with friends and experimenting with different sounds and styles. He and his friends formed a band titled "Fire Frenzy". In 2005, he began teaching music at the Institute of Music Technology, Chennai, run by John Satya.


In 2008, he played for music director James Vasanthan, on the soundtrack for the 2008 Tamil film Subramaniapuram that grabbed various awards and critical acclaim for its music. Further, Keba collaborated with composers Yuvan Shankar Raja, Manikanth Kadri, Harris Jayaraj, Ouseppachan and A. R. Rahman. Keba has also played at various live shows collaborating with artists like Leslie Lewis, Naresh Iyer and Vijay Prakash and international artists namely Don Moen, Bob Fits, Steve Kuban and Sean Michael. He has also lent his musical knowledge for different television shows and music competitions like Airtel Super Singer, Sun TV’s "Ooo La La.." and Vijay TV’s "Kadhal Unplugged".


Post the success of Keba's work for the songs of 2011 musical drama film Rockstar scored by A. R. Rahman, the former has been frequently collaborating with the composer's film score outings.


As of 2013, he has played various guitars an estimate for 400 different songs. In 2013, he worked on A. R. Rahman's film soundtracks Kadal, Maryan and Raanjhanaa. In the same year, his work for songs of the film Sutta Kadhai, Vanakkam Chennai and both blockbuster Bollywood films Chennai Express and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani were noteworthy.


In 2013, he had wrapped up work on independent albums of artists Andrea Jeremiah and Malavika Manoj.

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