Vishal Chandrasekhar, a young and bright talent, has worked on more than 300 short films and 172 jingles, which everyone in the movie and television industry looks forward to. With so much experience and knowledge in terms of composing, he is still very young and has yet to explore and widen his exposure to more genres. He can take his time to do more and contribute more to this industry, while learning at the same time. Exploring his talent since the age of six, he started performing by the age of 10, taking his passion to play the keyboard. Later, he participated on TV shows that encouraged him to present himself to the world, which eventually increased his confidence in what he did and in turn, he was able to win, being the Best Music Director in ‘Nalaya Iyakkunar’ show on Kalaignar TV. Graduating from Tamil Nadu from the Anna University with a master’s degree in Electronic Media, he subsequently completed the foundation course at the KM Music Conservatory.
Looking through his discography, it can be said that he has done quite some work that depicts the impact of how good and creative he can be. Since 2013, starting off by releasing his first composition, he made his debut with Brindha Das’s ‘
’, in 2012, along with an audio launch also attended by
in the month of January 2013.
But then for some certain reason the movie wasn’t released, although the trailer and the soundtracks were already out by that time. Composing, though majority of the songs have been in Tamil, he has also composed in two Telugu movies, ‘
’, in 2013, and ‘
Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha
’, in 2016, which were out recently. He also had an opportunity to work with Santhosh Sivan for his war film, ‘
’, in 2014, and was acclaimed by the critics saying that he has done a good job by taking the opportunity well in hand. The other well-known works of Vishal Chandrasekhar are, Appuchi Gramam (2014),
Jil Jung Juk
(2015), and ‘
’ (2016). The upcoming movies in which he is working on are ‘
’ (2016), ‘
’ (2016), ‘
’ (2016), and ‘
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He’s talented, focused and very creative with his work, and has gotten the Tamil and Telugu industry swaying to his beats. He’s none other than Vishal Chandrashekhar, who is a composer and Indian film score. He’s a graduate from Anna Unniversity, with a master’s degree in Electronic Media. He’s the son of actor and producer, Ashok Shekhar, and grandson of Bollywood legend, Chandrashekhar.
Vishal was always very interested in music. He was six years old when he started playing the keyboard and began giving solo shows at the age of 10 years. At the age of 11 years, he started doing sequencing and became serious about music. In his 12th grade, he realized that music was everything for him and he should build his life around it. He believes he’s more of an arranger than a composer. He was so determined with music in his life, that at the rotary club functions, he would play music and try to create the original song when everyone else was busy eating, drinking and having a merry time. He’s very good at playing guitar, flute and drums. He has over 300 short films and 172 ad jingles under his name, and was also the best music director for the show, ‘Nalaya Iyakkunar’, on Kalaignar TV. He made his debut as a composer in 2012 in Brindha Das’s ‘Hai Da’. The film still remains unreleased despite of its music release in January 2013 being so grand.
He got the golden opportunity to work with Santhosh Sivan on his movie, ‘Inam’. He was to give music for the movie and he did his best. He worked a lot harder to match up to the level of the movie and its quality. Inam was a movie which required him to give hard hitting music. He was so determined to make it successful that he was not able to sleep at night till he achieved what he wanted to. His work was highly appreciated for the background score in the movie. He has also created music for the Telugu movie, ‘Hrudayam Ekkadunnadi’, and a Tamil science-fiction film called ‘Appuchhi Gramam’, whose song ‘En Kannukulle’, became really popular. Both the movies released in 2014. He also gave music for Siddharth’s, ‘Jil Jung Juk’, in which his songs, ‘Shoot the Kuruvi’ and ‘Red Roadu’ became super hits.
He is trying to give a shot in Peruvian, Egyptian, Spanish and Mexican kind of music. He believes that to be a good composer it is imperative to change with the changing time and trends. Composing needs a specific space and fresh mind to bring in new tunes. He thinks that saturation after composing music is good as it lets you experiment and stops you from becoming overconfident.