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Dheekshitha Venkadeshan Tamil Actress

Dheekshitha Venkadeshan

Dheekshitha Venkadeshan was born on 26th June 1998 in Sydney, Australia. She is of age 19 at present. She is a very popular Playback singer. She began her career in the year 2013. She sang many famous songs in Tamil. Singing is what she loves a lot. She is a popular Indian singer who was born in Australia. People also call her by the name Dhee. Her step father’s name is Santhosh Narayanan and he has worked on many music albums. Dheekshitha has done many songs of her step father’s albums. She also got nominated for her singing at Filmfare awards. The audience like her songs a lot. Her mother’s name is Meenakshi Iyer and she is an Indian Classical singer and she got married to Santhosh Narayanan. Meenakshi Iyer’s marriage with Santhosh Narayanan was her second marriage. Sudheekshanan is Dheekshitha’s elder brother and has completed his studies from Northmead Creative and Performing Arts High School in Sydney. At the beginning of her career, she performed in two music albums named Pizza II: Villa in the year 2013 and in the year 2014 Cuckoo, both of these were the albums of her stepfather Santhosh Narayanan. Dheekshitha did these two albums during the time of her breaks from her studies. She made a benchmark in the industry when she did the song ‘Naan Nee’ from the film Madras which was a hit song by her, and she got appreciated for her performance a lot. She also got nominated for the best singer (female) award at the Vijay awards and the Filmfare Awards as well. She has got a melodious voice. She did an amazing job in the film Irudhi Suttru in the year 2016. Dhee got appreciated a lot for her film, in which she is a lead singer for boxer character, who is Madras, based on the movie. She has done two solo songs named Usuru Narambulay and Ey Sandakaara and both of these songs bought her a lot of appreciation from the audience. She has done many popular and amazing songs which have mesmerized the audience a lot. She has achieved greater heights in the industry with her melodious performances over the years. She has done the songs like Disco Woman, Enda Mapla, Dhushta from the film Iraivi, Oo Sakkanoda Gundelothulalo from the movie Guru and much more. She was also a part of the film named Mevaddha Maan and the music director of the film is Santhosh Narayanan and Dhee sang the song Rathina Katti for the film. She is indeed a great performer.

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Ajeesh

Ajeesh is an Indian singer-turned-composer. He was born as Ajesh Ashok in a middle-class family in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He learnt Carnatic music during his childhood and subsequently learned other forms of music. He studied at Sri Krishnaswamy Matriculation Higher Secondary School in Chennai and later attended Loyola College, where he took up Visual Communication. Ajeesh started singing on television shows, stage shows, and concerts at a very young age. He was consistent and focused on pursuing a music career. In 2008, he joined the second season of the reality singing competition, Airtel Super Singer, and bagged the grand prize. Eventually, he landed on his first music venture when music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja has selected him to sing the song, Idhu Varai, for Venkat Prabhu’s 2010 Tamil comedy film, Goa. Because of this, he earned a nomination at the Vijay Music Award for Best Debut Singer. After Goa, he went on to croon music for films like Arumbu Meesai Kurumbu Paarvai, Uthamaputhiran, 3, Vinmeengal, Sattam Oru Iruttarai, Emmanuel, Bhadram, Thegidi, Vadacurry, Remo, and Meendum Oru Kadhal Kadhai. In 2013, his first Tamil independent music album, Rain, College, Love – The Connect, was released. Initially, he Ajeesh was hesitant to score music for films since he has no experience, but working on documentaries and short films boosted his confidence and decided to score music for films like Paambhu Sattai, Thiri, and Vallavanukkum Vallavan. He also composed a title track for the Indian football team, Kerala Blasters FC, which earned appreciation by the public.

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