Karthick K U is an Indian film lyricist, who works predominantly in Tamil movie industry. He made his debut in the film industry just a few years ago and had carved a niche for himself; He has worked in movies that included music composers like P.C. Shivan, Dhina, Amara CV, but he may not have any track with them.

His lyrics 'Daavuya Novuaa No Vaenaamyyaa' was sung by Santhosh Narayanan which was from the movie ‘ Remo.’ Anirudh Ravichander composed the music. His another prominent lyric for the song ' Ra Ra Ra,' which was composed by Vivek Mervin. The song of ' Dora' had youthful flavor, and it was considered a peppy number.

The song was fast, and lyrics set the mood of the beautiful composition. This song is a huge shift from the usual melodies with an instantly likable tempo complimenting Anirudh's melodious vocals; the song was sure to get a good reckoning! Doss Ramasamy directed the movie 'Dora' and it was produced by A Sarkunam. The film was a one-man show for actress Nayanthara. Above all the movie was a horror thriller. The song written by Karthick KU matched the film's horror content and violence theme.

Plus, the lyrics went well with the script. Vivek–Mervin was the music composer of the movie, Dora. While the keyboard music was by Mervin Solomon, electric guitar for this song was by Keba Jeremiah. The backing vocal was by Rohit Fernandez, Neena Mariam, Ritesh Yogarajah. The song was recorded at VM Labs by Anand Ravichandran, and Krimson Avenue Studios by Sujith. The camera work on this song was by Selva.

The mixed video was edited and upgraded by Shervin Ebenezer. Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd was the music label for this song. While the other song 'Daavuya’ from the movie "Remo" featured Karthikeyan. The actor had to dance near an IT building amidst traffic. This song genre was indeed a contemporary the lyrics were by KU Karthick. Anirudh Ravichander composed the music. The film also had some participation of extra film artists.

The producer of this movie was R.D. Raja, and the director was Bhagyaraj Kannan. The song was recorded at 24 am Studios Private Ltd. Anirudh Ravichander took charge of the instruments in recording and technical components of the music were inclusive of piano synth, rhythm & electronic programming.

Shashank Vijay provided the additional rhythm in the song as it was totally a street song. The music advisor was Ananthakrishnan. The album was recorded at Albuquerque Records, Chennai & AM Studios, Chennai. Music supervisor was Harish Raam L H. While the mixing was by Vinay Sridhar. The various musicians on instruments such as Tabla handled by MT Aditya, Udukkal was Krishna Kishore, shehnai was by Balesh and Flute was by Kamalakar. Sony Music Entertainment India PVT Ltd released the music.

Lyricist Parvathy Tamil Actress

Lyricist Parvathy

Lyricist Parvathy is a rising superstar whose role in Tamil Cinema is impressive.She demonstrates her talent in writing songs for the film industry.This very specialized role in the movie industry is very rare to find women, who show interest in this professional area.Her excellent writing skills and language mastery are worth appreciating.She was born in the city of Chennai where she spent the early years of her life.Parvathy studied Advanced English in higher secondary school as a priority subject due to her academic passion. Although she studied Literature, she is more passionate about Tamil. Parvathy's passion as a lyricist began in Ethiraj College where she noticed the lyrics of most songs is from a male’s perspective. She then decided to rearrange the lyrics from a female point of view, which led to the admiration of the songs by her hearers in college. She released a song titled "Girlfriend" used in the movie titled " Boys."She then approached many film directors, and requested to join them in making lyrics. Many of the directors agreed that she was very talented, but refused her offer of joining their team.Parvathy being a determined person did not give up, but persisted in her quest for the opportunity of working with a director .Fortunately, she met director Arizavaghan who agreed to work with her for the movie "Vallinam." She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature with impressive results. Parvathy also has a Masters Degree in Literature which enables her to write inspirational lyrics.She is interestingly the holder of an M.Phil Degree in Mass Communication. She joined Kollywood due to her love for Tamil and has contributed significantly to the growth of Tamil Cinema. She has successfully written superhit songs like "Verasa Pogaiyilae" and "Kannukkul Pothivaippen."Her other songs like "Nakula" and "Yaaro Ival" are making an impact in Kollywood. Bharithiyar remains a great source of inspiration in her career. She has been a vibrant member of a theater group called "Pareeksha" for a couple of years. Her role in the organization as a journalist and a political commentator has provided proper exposure to her.This experience with "Pareeksha" gave her the opportunity to perform in many plays and short movies.After leaving the group, she stopped acting and got actively involved as a freelance journalist for various magazines. She then discovered her talent in Tamil poetry, and decided to start writing poems.Parvathy eventually wrote her first poetry book titled "Ippadikku Naanum Natrum" through studies of poems by inspiring poets like Arivumathi.She then proceeded to write her second poetry book in 2010 titled "Idhu Very Mazhai."Director Murugadoss influenced the successful completion of her second poetry book. As a nominee for three songs during the Mirchi Music Awards, it is undeniable that she is making waves with her talent. She is determined to give in her best and is presently writing songs for eight movies."Kallam" and "Kolangi" are her recent songs.

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