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 Mani Sharma is a famous music Director in Tamil an >> Read More... . 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).

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.

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Suchith Suresan Tamil Actor