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Gana Ulaganathan is a playback singer by profession and also an actor of the Indian film industry who works predominantly in the Tamil film industry. His record labels include Sony Music Entertainment Inc., Think Music India, 2013 Times Music, Five Star Audio, and Vincey Productions.
He has worked in many music albums such as Satgurunatha of 1996, Shivani of 2012, Chennai 600028 of 2007, ChithiramPesuthadi of 2006, Va: Quarter Cutting of 2010, Madurai Veeran of 2007, AlaikadaiMelae of 2006, and MalaiyanoorMannatha of 2013. He also worked as an actor in the movies ChithiramPesuthadi of 2006, Sandamarutham of 2015, Khatarnak of 2006, Shivani of 2017, and Shravana. In “Va: Quarter Cutting,” he worked with the music director G. V. Prakash Kumar.
It was directed by Pushkar and Gayathri and was produced by Sashikanth Sivaji. He also got the chance to work with the actors Shiva, Lekha Washington, and S. P. B. Charan. It released into the Indian theatres on 5 November 2010 under the banner of the production company called “Y NOT Studios.” In “ChithiramPesuthadi,” he worked under the direction of Mysskin and the production of S. N. Ezilan, Lv Srikanth Lakshman, and V. Vijayan along with the music director Sundar C Babu.
He sang the song titled “Valamenukkum” in it plus he also did a small role as an actor. It released into the theatres on 10 February 2006 under the production company named “Dreambridge Productions.” It received a good response from its audience and critics. Then in “Shivani,” he worked with the director Sai Gokul Ramanath. He sang the songs titled “Come Come Come Chilipi Jaana” along with Hyde Karty and “Gaana Rap War” along with Bizmac in it.
Its soundtrack released in 2012 but, the movie released into the theatres in 2017. It was of a thriller genre including some romance. In the movie named “Khatarnak,” he worked with the music director M. M. Keeravani. He sang the song titled ”Love CheseeVaallaki” in it along with the playback singer and comedian, Venu Madhav. It was directed by Amma Rajasekhar and produced by B. V. S. N. Prasad.
He also worked with many other famous actors such as Ravi Teja and Ileana D’Cruz who were in the lead roles. It released on 14 December 2006. Being a talented singer of the Indian cinema, he was honored with the Filmfare Award in the category of Best Male Playback Singer – Tamil.
Thoguluva Meenatchi Iyengar Soundararajan was born on 24th March 1922 in Madurai to Meenakshi Iyengar and Venkatamma. He is fondly called as TMS, even now. Although he is a Sourashtrian, his versatility in Tamil, took him to heights. TMS was not only a playback singer but a wonderful Carnatic Singer too. Chinnakonda Sarangapani Bhagavathar, who worked as a music teacher in Sourashtra Boys High School in Madurai was TMS’ mentor. Arayakkudi Rajamani Iyer taught him Carnatic Music. TMS was popular for imitating MK Thyagaraja Bhagavathar’s voice at the concerts, before his entry to the cinema. Although he had crooned for a lot of heroes, his voice suit “M G Ramachandran” and Sivaji Ganesan perfectly. Not only for MGR and Sivaji he had also lent his voice to the next-gen actors including “Rajinikanth” and Kamal Haasan.
It is exciting to hear that the legendary singer had crooned more than 10138 songs in 3162 movies. He has sung in 11 languages including all the southern languages and Hindi. Besides singing under the composition of other music directors, he had composed the music for a movie, Bala Parikshai. His first song came in the year 1946 when he was 24 and his final song was in 2010 with his colleague, “P Susheela.” Although TMS’ voice was majestic, it was not good in high pitches, during his initial stages and that’s the reason why the music directors rejected him. It was Sundar Rao Nadkarni, a popular director, who suggested him to SM Subbaiah Naidu. Subbaiah Naidu gave him an opportunity to sing a few songs in MK Thyagaraja Bhagavathar’s style and that was the turning point in TMS' career. He had sung a lot of songs under the music composition of MS Viswanathan and Ramamurthy. He had also acted in a few films including Pattinathar and Arunagirinathar. TMS tied the knots with Sumithra in 1946. He had six children; three sons and three daughters.
He had sung for MGR till 1978 and for Sivaji till 1995. In 2003, he received the honorary Padma Shri for his service to the music and cinema industry. The Tamilnadu government had honored him with Kalaimamani award. Besides these awards, he had received a lot of awards and honors from overseas too. In 2016, the Indian Government released stamps for ten legendary singers and TMS was one among them. TMS died in 25th May 2013 at his 91.
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