Yuvan Shankar Raja is an Indian film score and soundtrack composer, singer and occasional lyricist. He has predominantly scored music for Tamil as well as several Telugu films. His musical career began in 1996, at age 16, as he composed the film score for Aravindhan. After initial struggle, he made his big break with the Thulluvadho Ilamai soundtrack (2001), and evolved as one of Tamil cinema's most sought-after composers by the mid-2000s. Within a span of 14 years, Yuvan Shankar Raja worked on over 85 films. Considered a versatile composer, he often strives for different and innovative music and has explored and used elements of various genres in his compositions that range from folk to heavy metal. He is particularly known for his use of western music elements in his pieces and often credited with having introduced Hip hop to the Tamil film and music industry and having started the "era of remixes" in Tamil Nadu. Being immensely...
Prasanna Chowdary posted the Blog
on Feb 15, 2013 , 03:24 pm
Another wicket falls in TDP
While, TDP president Chandrababu is taking pains to revamp the party with his padayatra, his party MLAs and MLCs are migrating into YSR Congress party, though, its president YS.Jagan Mohan Reddy is in jail for the last 8 months. more »
Who should succeed YSR?
I created this thread to figure out genuine sentiment of the Andhraites. Who should succeed this great political leader and CM? Quite a few names, including his son's are already doing the rounds... A Times of India report says - Minutes after more »
Kalyan Kone posted the Blog
on Sep 29, 2009 , 02:23 am
Rajasekar reddy's life and lessons
Rajasekhar Reddy’s life is an eye opener and important lesson for all the politicians in India and all the political scientists of the world. The lesson is that instead of accumulating all the money for yourself and your cronies, if you spend at least 10% of the money for the people, at the right time, you will be remembered for ever. Nowadays people hardly expect anything from the leaders and if they get anything, they think it is a bonus. Everybody expects a politician to be corrupt in these more »