Gadam Kishan is an actor who has been a part of many of the hit Tamil language films. Initially, he wanted to be a musician, and so he started his career by performing the Ghatam in different concerts but as it is said that gods have decided our fates and he was meant to be an actor. He got an opportunity to work in a television serial Kana Kaanum Kaalangal. After his wonderful performance in the serial, he was given a part to play in the movie which released in 2010 called Bale Pandiya, in which he plays Raju, who is the best friend of the lead actor. He made a special appearance in the movie Ko during a song Aga Naga in 2011. He came in his next movie Deiga Thirumagal in the year 2011 where he played Muttakannan, a mentally disabled person and he played his part very well and was appreciated by everyone for this tough role.

He was also in the movie Mudhal Idam which was released in the year 2011 as well, where he played the part of Dinesh. His next movie came in the year 2014 named Thirumanam Enum Nikkah where he played the role of Padmanabha Chari, lead role Jai’s brother. He was also in the movie Manithan which released in the year 2016, and everyone liked his role. He says that he is struggling hard now but is sure that his progress will be more in the coming years. He has given different looks in all his movies which are liked by people. He is improving his skills with each and every chance and his directors and colleague actors are helping him in it. He will be playing a key role in the Tamil remake of the hit Hindi movie Jolly LLB.

He is very much excited about his role, and the role is of a comedian friend, and he finds it interesting. He says that he can earn more name from this film. He still wants to be an individual composer, and he says that he is looking forward for good film. He is waiting for more chances to work with great directors and films. He is working on many films like Vazhapazham, Evvalavo Paathuttom, Kaatrulla Pothe Thootrikkol, Velayadava and Rukkumani Vandi Varuthu, all of which are filming and will be released soon. He is going to reach great heights in his career.

Meesai Murugesan Tamil Actor

Meesai Murugesan

Meesai Murugesan was a dedicated artist in the Tamil film industry. He was veteran musician and actor, and his experience in them can be seen to be spanned over hundreds of films. This legendary man was born on 13th January 1930. Sadly, he passed away on 8th November 2014. During his active years, he had made many fabulous contributions to the industry. No one can put aside his contributions to the industry. He started off by playing the Kottankuchi (coconut shell) instrument alongside great musicians like K. P. Sundarambal, M. K. T. Bhagavathar, T. M. Soundararajan and Seerkazhi Govindarajan. He had played and learned from these exceptional musicians, and in the process brought out some great music, melodies to everyone's ears. He was an expert in creating shrill sound effects, footfall sounds of horses, etc. He has also played in over thousands of stages, as a one – man band “Apoorva Thalavathiyangal”. He has played internationally, in Europe, United States of America (USA), Canada and Russia. People loved him, everywhere he went. And he returned this love to them through his melodious music. Apart from the instrumental music, he has also seen to take part in Tamil movies, taking up small roles. It was due to one such appearance that he got the name “Meesai Murugesan.” In the film “Sugamana Ragangal”, he was spotted with a rather heavy mustache.This was his debut film, which was released in the year 1985. And thus, he became to be known as ‘Meesai Murugesan.' He has further done few more films. His list of movies includes: “Sugamana Raagangal”, “Aan Paavam”, “Thazuvatha Kaigal”, “Unnal Mudiyum Thambi”, “En Arugil Nee Irunthal”, “Amaidhi Padai”, “Poove Unakaga”, and “Pirivom Santhippom”. He made sure that whatever he did, it was executed brilliantly, whether it was his acting or the music. The Tamil Nadu government awarded him with the prestigious Kalaimamani, for his contribution to the industry.

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C Ramchandra

Ramchandra was born on January 12, 1918 in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra. Ramchandra Narhar Chitalkar was a famous music composer in the Indian film Industry. He learned music at "Gandharva Mahavidyalaya" under the guidance of Vinayakbua Patwardhan and further under Shankarrao Sapre of Nagpur where he took training close by Vasantrao Deshpande. He joined the movie industry assuming the lead part in film Naganand by Y. V. Rao. He also had some little roles in the motion pictures Atma Tarang and Said-e-Havas at Minerva Movie tone. Ramchandra gave harmonium backup to Minerva composers name Habib Khan and Bindu Khan. He premiered in Tamil films as music director with Vana Mohini and Jayakkodi. He got an open notice as a good writer in "Sukhi Jeevan" by Bhagwan Dada and set up a long affiliation that finished with the melodic silver screen hit "Albela". Affected by Benny Goodman, Ramchandra presented in his arrangements the alto sax in the blend with harmonica and guitar. He additionally included whistling in one of his famed tunes, Aana Meri Jaan Sunday Ke Sunday in movie Shehnai. He utilized a mix of sax, a bongo, a clarinet, an oboe and a trumpet for the melody Shola Jo Bhadke in motion picture Albela. He sang with Lata Mangeshkar, the main tune "Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo" which had rock rhythms in it. He gave the melodic score in film "Aasha" to the scat tune "Ina mina dika". C. Ramchandra's greatest accomplishment as a music arranger was the 1953 motion picture Anarkali featuring Pradeep Kumar and Beena Roy in the lead part. The tunes that he made for this film are today known as legendary. Melodies of this film such as "Mohabbat Aisi Dhadkan Hai", "Jaag Dard-e-Ishq Jaag", "Mujhse Mat Pooch Mere Ishq Main Kya Rakha Hai," "Yeh Zindagi Usiki Hai" and so on went ahead to end up noticeably celebrated hits and were additionally very acclaimed as magnum opuses. The film Anarkali also observed the famous writer-artist combination of Lata Mangeshkar and Ramchandra together. Thus, C. Ramchandra's compositions in 'Stree' and 'Navrang' by V. Shantaram were also very mainstream but are still recollected. The very prominent patriotic melody "Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo", penned by artist Pradeep and sung by Lata Mangeshkar, was a creation of Ramchandra. Later, Lata Mangeshkar performed live, infront of Jawaharlal Nehru in New Delhi at the Ramleela grounds on Republic Day in 1963. Ramchandra comparatively gave a significant melodic score going with a competition between two artists whose parts were played by Vyjayanthimala and Padmini for the tune Kannum Kalanthu, penned by Kothamangalam Subbu. Jikki and P. Leela sang the song in the Tamil film Vanjikottai Valiban. He changed the tune in Hindi as "Aaja To Aaja" from movie Raj Tilak composed by P. L. Santoshi where Sudha Malhotra and Asha Bhosle rendered their voice. Ramchandra gave music pieces to a couple of Bhojpuri, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu films other than Hindi motion pictures. In 1953, he additionally produced three Hindi movies "Duniya Gol Hai," "Jhanjhar" and "Lehren" with New Sai Productions. In the late 60s, he delivered two Marathi motion pictures, "Gharkul" and "Dhananjay". He also made music for them and acted in them. C. Ramchandra left the world on 5 January of 1982 in Mumbai. He wrote his autobiography in 1977 in the Marathi language. Mumbai based troupe Musicolor, which is advancing vintage music, displayed selective tribute programs including the jewels of C Ramchandra at Deenanath Mangeshkar hall on 22 January of 2010.

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C Ramchandra Tamil Actor