Aalap Raju is an eminent playback singer and a mellifluous bass player from Chennai, India. Born (6 June 1979) and brought up in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He won a Filmfare Award in the year 2011 for Best Male Playback Singer for Enamo Aedho from the movie Ko, composed by Harris Jayaraj Harris Jayaraj is a veteran music composer, predom >> Read More... Harris Jayaraj . His Soul – soothing musical interpretation of Enamo Aedho earned him the top spot not just in the music charts but also in the hearts of music fanatics. Hailing from a family with rich musical heritage, Aalap had melodies ensconced in his very veins.

His parents Latha Raju Latha Raju is a prominent Indian playback singer a >> Read More... Latha Raju and J.M Raju are playback singers in the Malayalam industry. His grandparents Smt. Santha P. Nair and late K. Padmanabhan Nair were also renowned names in the Malayalam music industry. Aalap, an aspiring cricketer during his school days, always wanted to represent his country at the international circuit but his days in Loyola College, Chennai during his under graduation showed him that life had other plans for him. Peer pressure from close friends led him to take up singing and playing bass guitar.

Months of dedication and hard work, and there he was, a self-taught musician whose name spread like wildfire through India’s most acclaimed cultural platforms especially ‘Sarang’ organized by IIT Chennai where he was awarded as the ‘Best Instrumentalist’. Dulcet melodies bring grace to the soul, peace to the heart, flight to curiosity and eternal life to everything in this world and beyond, and that is exactly why despite his humble beginnings he found his way into international stardom with numerous recordings and performances in both India and abroad.

He has sung for famous music directors like Sreekanth Deva, Thaman, G.V Prakash, D.Imman, Deepak Dev Deepak Devraj Komath is the original name of Deepa >> Read More... Deepak Dev , and Harris Jayaram to name a few. Some of his best symphonies include Engeyum Kadal, Vaaya moodi summa iru da from Mugamoodi, Endhan Kann Munnae from Nanban, Kadhal Oru Butterfly and Akila Akila from Oru kal Oru Kannadi, Nenjodu Cherthu from Yuvvh, Anjana Anjana from Vandhan Vendran, Endhukom Yemo from Rangam, Jal Jal Osai from Manam Kothi Paravai Click to look into! >> Read More... Manam Kothi Paravai , and Maya Bazaar Click to look into! >> Read More... Maya Bazaar from Ennai Arindhaal. Aalap, now a household name in the industry, has shared the stage with several prominent artists such as Frank Dubier, Dr. T.V. Gopalakrishnan, Dr. L. Subramaniam, etc.

He has more than 300 concerts to his credit which makes him stand out amongst others. Countries like Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Russia, Sweden, Latvia, and Iceland have been struck off his bucket list as he was part of the prestigious Europalia Festival 2013. He participated in the festival as Dr. L. Subramaniam’s apprentice and performed as a bass player. He is also a vital member of a Project called YUJ which is basically a Neo-Carnatic Funk band with the soul motto of improvisational music and accessible musicality. This rare virtue is lacking in many other Indian musical groups which essentially makes YUJ a cherished amulet to the loving Indian Audience.

Their expert improvisation and authentic fusing techniques integrate disparate styles while staying true to the vital aspects of music making them a unique and integral part of the Indian Musical Industry. He is also a core member of Rahlaap, a duo multi-genre band featuring Rahul Nambiar Rahul Nambiar is an Indian recording artist, playb >> Read More... Rahul Nambiar . Rahlaap recently emerged with their maiden self-titled multi-genre album which is available on various platforms such as iTunes, Hungama.com etc. His ethereal Malayalam song Nenjodu Cherthu for Yuvvh took the world by storm by gaining over 1.4 million views on YouTube in just 4 months of its release. All in all, amidst the miasma of sadness that engulfs this world, his music has been a treat for the ears and ambrosia to the eyes.

Malgudi Subha Tamil Actress

Malgudi Subha

Malgudi Subha was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She is a play-back singer and a pop singer by profession. She has worked majorly in South Indian Film Industry and her voice is considered to be distinct and unique. It has been more than 20 years (2 decades) that she has been singing songs in movies and lending her voice to various actresses. She has sung in more than 2000 films. She considers Usha Uthup as her role mode and somewhat resembles her in appearance. She is also a great follower of Kishore Kumar whom she has grown up listening to. Priyamani, a National Award Winning South Indian Actress, is her niece. Apart from all the types of South Indian languages like Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, etc.She has also sung Hindi songs in the Bollywood Film Industry. She has also been a Judge for various South Indian singing reality shows, specifically for kids, like “Super Singer Junior 2,” “Idea Star Singer,” and “Star Singer 2,” etc. She was born in Mumbai, and used to live over there till the age of 13. Then she shifted to Delhi with her parents. Soon in Delhi, her parents recognized her talent and sent her to Komal G.B. Singh’s Studio. There she started singing jingles for various ad films and started working with A.R. Rahman. Her playback singing debut was for the Tamil Movie “NadodiThendral,” the music of the movie was composed by Ilayaraja. Rahman Also gave her the opportunity to sing the songs of his debut album named “Set Me Free” which also came to be known as “Shubhaa Set Me Free.” The album was not very popular as it was just the starting of Rahman’s career but when the album was re-released in the year 1996 with a few changes, and was appreciated by all the music lovers. At that time SubhaMudgal’s voice also became noticeable. She did an album with Rahman named “ChikpakChikbhum,” which was immensely successful and 1 million copies of the album were sold. The music of the album was composed by Raj-Koti, under whom A.R. Rahman used to work initially. Apart from singing for albums, movies, and music videos, she also sung many devotional songs which were also appreciated. The songs sung by her were seen and heard in the movies like “Dum Dum Dum,” “Uncle Bun,” “Thennavan,” “ThenmavinKombath,” “Yodha (Telugu),” “Thali Katha Kaliamman” and many more.