Remya Vinayakumar was born and brought up in Thrissur, which is famous for sacred places and festivals, located in Kerala. She has completed her schooling in Hari Sri Vidya Nidhi, in the year 2008.She joined engineering in the year 2010 and graduated from Sahrdaya College of Engineering in 2014.

She completed her master’s in computer science, in the year 2016 from the same college, Sahrdaya College of Engineering. Since her childhood, she had immense interest and zeal for learning music and she has always aimed at becoming a good singer.

She has been learning Carnatic music since last 15 years, and her learning is still going on, which shows her dedication towards music. Remya sings songs in three languages: Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. Remya made her debut in the film industry as a singer with a Malayalam movie “ Race Click to look into! >> Read More... ”, released in 2011 which was a dub of Hindi movie Race. I

n Malayalam, Race was released under the direction of Kukka Surendran, starring Gowri Munjal When the name Gowri Munjal comes into your mind, o >> Read More... and Mamta Mohandas This effervescent beauty, who has acted in Malayal >> Read More... . She had sung a song in Race, under the music direction of Gopi Sundar The precious icon of the Indian music industry, Go >> Read More... and Viswajith. Her musical journey continued with a Tamil movie “Ettuthikkum Madhayaanai”, directed by K S Thangasamy in which she has sung a song “Kaathripeen” along with Sherdin Thomas under the music direction of Manu Ramesan.

Remya has explored different professions in the music industry. She works as a vocalist at The Solid Band and also she works as a playback singer. In addition to it, she entertains people being a live performer. She has performed live on August 19, 2017, at Hindustan Arts and Science College, in the event; she was paired up with Keyboardist Stephen Devassy.

She has sung “Adiye” song, from Kadal in a live concert; this was one of her rocking performance. Apart from rocking music, she is also skilled in soothing and calm Carnatic music and has sung “Nirupama Sudarakara”, and few other Carnatic songs on stage.

Suchith Suresan Tamil Actor

Suchith Suresan

Born on August 24, 1987, in Trivandrum, Kerala, Suchith Suresan is a South Indian playback vocalist who is a part of Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu Industry. He is the son of K.P. Sucheeta, a resigned broker and C. Suresan, a resigned government worker and a presumed painter who centers in oil-around cavas. His sister is a musician and cousin is a mridangam artist. His father was a fan of famous artist Mohammad Rafi and brought his records home. Suchith heard the melodies often and became interested in music. He then shifted to Chennai to finish his degree at Madras Christian College in visual communications. He has a senior sibling, Dr.Surej, who plays the drums for another musical gang situated in Trivandrum called SPASM and is likewise an aide specialist in wellbeing administration department for Government of Kerala. He debuted with the melody Pulayodu composed by Deepak Dev from a Tamil thriller-comedy film Saadhu Mirandaal by Siddique. He rose to the fame with tune Karigalan created by Vijay Antony from the Tamil action Vettaikaaran by B. Babusivan. Since at that point, he loaned his voice to numerous movies including Chikku Bukku by Manikandan for song Smile and Nanban by Shankar for melody En Frienda Pola with Krish. His commitments to the soundtrack of Dam 999 earned him an assignment on the primer rundown for the 84th Academy Awards. Suchith sang the jingle for the Radio Mango 91.9 FM, composed by Deepak Dev which scored the World Bronze Award at the New York Festivals in 2009 for best station jingle. Suchith trained in Hindustani and Carnatic music under master music composers Ramesh Narayan and Aryanadu Raju respectively. He is a member of an Indie musical gang, Udaan, as the lead vocalist. Soon, he began working with well-known composers of South Indian cinema such as Rahul Raj, Sachin Warrier, Jakes Bejoy, Shaan Rahman, Rex Vijayan and many more. Suchith sang for the Telugu and Tamil form of 'Krrish 3' and received the praise he got from Rakesh Roshan. He often worked with composer Harris Jayaraj in many Tamil films such as en frienda pola yaru macha, Innum Enna Thozha, 7am Arivu and many more. He entered Malayalam Industry with the song Molly Cool by Anand Madhusoodanan from the movie named Molly Aunty Rocks! Directed by Ranjith Sankar. He then sang the tune Thaarame by Rex Vijayan from motion picture English: An Autumn in London by Shyamaprasad. This way he went on to become one of the most talented singers in the South Indian cinema.