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Arjun Menon Tamil Actor

Arjun Menon

Arjun Menon is a versatile singer who has sung for music directors like Harris Jayaraj, A.R. Rahman and other veteran music composers of Kollywood. He is also the lyrics writer who is an NRI based in New York. The actor also experimented himself as an actor in a Malayalam serial and got appreciated by critics and audience. He sings in various other Indian languages such as Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Urdu too. He was born to Prem Menon who headed the TV channel Asianet in 1992 as a vice president and then crossed over to Zee News channel and was also responsible for taking Zee Tamizh to a higher level. Currently, he is film prouder of a few Malayalam movies. Arjun Menon was born to Prem Menon and Usha on December 19, 1997. This singer completed his primary education. Chinmaya Vidyalaya and then got his Engineering degree from Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering in 2009. Also, he had his Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics from Pune and joined It company Cognizant. In between his educative curriculum, he had a passion towards learning Carnatic music. There were various gurus or masters for him to train him in classical music and they were Ajay Namboodiri. He had taken the privilege of learning music from N. Ravikiran who is renowned musician and composer. He used to perform on stages as a solo artist in Carnatic music across the country and then appeared on the TV channel. His first performance in TV was for Zee Tamizh 'Isai Unplugged' (2010). He then sang in the chorus for various songs and tracked session for composer Vijay Prakash. His debut in playback happened with Harris Jayaraj when Harris allowed him to sing a solo tack in the movie 'Engeyum Kadhal' (2011). The solo track "Kulu Kulu Venpani Pola" had lyrics by Harris and the song was added later in the movie. Actor and dancer Prabhudeva directed the film. In 2012, the dubbed version of Telugu released with a title 'Ninnu Choosthe Love Vasthundi'. Harris Jayaraj composed the music. The track lyrics got changed, and the Telugu song had a title "Mila Mila" which was written by Vanamali. Anup Menon sang the song. In 2014, music composer Harris Jayaraj for the movie 'Yaaan' which was directed by Ravi K. Chandran. In this movie, Harris gave Anup Menon to sing a duet track with singer Chinmayi. The song known as "Latcham Calorie" had lyrics by Pa.Vijay. In the year 2015, Anup Menon sang a song "Neeraambal Poovae" with another singer MC. Vickey. Harris Jayaraj composed the music. Sony Music released the music of the film. The song was pleasing with excellent sound quality. In the same year 2014, Arjun sang the song "Laksha Calorie" with singer Chinmayi for the movie ‘Nene.’“Nene” was the dubbed versions of Nannbenda. The lyrics of this Telugu song was by Vanamali. Harris Jayaraj composed music for the movie "Nene." Arun has performed as a judge in various inter-collegiate shows in Chennai. He has performed over 400 shows across the country. Harris Jayaraj composed music for the movie "Nene." Also, Arjun has sung many title songs for various Television programs of Zee Tamizah such as the title song "Thumbikkai Azhaga" for 'Shree Ganesh' and "Ulahi Ulahi" for "Merku Mambalathil Oru Kadhal'. Arjun also provides the title track and composed the instrumental music for the show "Olimayamaana Yedhirkaalam." He has followed footsteps of his father in philanthropic activities and has taken his journey to strengthen the charitable events across the state of Tamil Nadu by being a member of Rotary clubs and performs for clubs like Rotatory or even orphanage home like Udavum Karangal.


Uma Ramanan

Uma Ramanan is an Indian playback singer, dancer, and live stage show performer who has sung primarily in Tamil music industry. In 35 years long career in music, she has performed in 6000 concerts. Uma completed her training in classical music under Pazhani Vijaylaksmi. During her college days, she participated in numerous inter-college competitions. She won numerous awards and rewards in those competitions. She has also acquired training under Padma Subrahmanyam, a renowned dancer. In the following years, she met A.V Ramanan. He was a television anchor, actor, and performer. At that time he was searching for fresh talented singers for his stage shows and concerts. They both collaborated and became partners on stage. They got married and have a son who is an aspiring musician. During their collaborative days, well-known cameraman Janakiraman approached them with an offer to sing a duet in his Hindi film Play Boy (1976). Later, they were offered to sing a duet in a Tamil film Shree Krishna Leela (1977), which was directed by A.P. Nagaranjan and was one of the last projects of composer S.V Venkatraman. In 1980, she lent her voice for her husband A.V. Ramanan compositions for the film Neerottam. She received fame and appreciation from the song “Poongathave Thaal Thirave” she sang for the movie Nizhalgal composed by composer Maestro Ilayaraja. After achieving success with Illayaraja, she went on to record more than a hundred songs with him. Some of the songs she sang for Ilayaraja include Aasain Raja Aariroe (1980), Aanada Raagam (1981), Manjal Veyyil (1981), Amudhae Tamhizhae (1981), Vaanamae Mazhai Maegamae (1981), Daaham Edukira Naeram (1881), Palli Araikul (1981), Bhoopalam Isaikkum (1982), Sevandhi Pookalil (1983), Sevvaralli Thotathilae (1983), Aaathadi Adhisayam (1983), Kasthuri Maane (1984), Kaadhil Kaethadu Oru Paatu (1984), Kanmani Nee Vara (1985), Ponn Maanae (1985), Yaar Thoorigai (1986), Yaar Thoorigai (1986), Nee Pathi Naan Pathi Kanne (1990), Aagaya Vennilave (1990), Unnaa Partha Nerathula (1990), Maegham Karukkayile (1990), Ooradangu, Samathile (1994), Nil Nil Nil Badhil Sol (1995) and Velli Nilave (1995). She then worked with renowned music directors like Vidyadsagar, Deva, and Mani Sharma. She is considered as one of the best-discovered talents by maestro Ilayaraja. The songs she sang for composer Deva include Pothum Eduththa Jenmamae (1995), Yaro Azhaitadu (1997), and Edhu Enna (2005) while the songs she sang for music director Vidyasagar are Vaa Sagi vaa Sagi (1997), and Ochamma Ochamma (1997).

Uma Ramanan Tamil Actress