M.K.Balaji is one of the renowned Indian playback singers from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He has given his stupendous voice to many blockbusters in South Indian movies. His Tamil and Telugu songs are said to be the most awaited ones. He debuted as a playback singer for a Tamil film “Pandhayam” directed by S.A.Chandrasekhar. Songs like “sexy lady” from “Ninaithale Innikum,” “Vellakari Nee” from the movie “Irumbu Kottai Murattu Singham” and “Engepoveno” from the movie “Angaadi Theru” are said to be a turning point in his career which carried him to the great heights.

His first release in the Telugu cinema world was the song “Dailamo-Dailamo” for the movie “Mahatma”, a film by “ Krishna Vamsi” which was greatly appreciated. Besides playback singing, he is also known as a lyricist, television presenter and a stage performer. He has also worked with many others talented and famous music artist such as Karthik Raja, ‘ Sirpy’, Sabesh Murali, James Vasanthan, Taj Noor, and Sundar C Babu. He worked with Prabhu Deva in “Dhool Tucker”.

It is a cricket song in English. He is keenly integrated with an Indian tech startup files. M.K.Balaji is a splendid and remarkable stage performer. He has performed for over three hundred shows including television shows, corporate events and in the Indian Premier League 1 and 3.He has also transacted in many overseas events held in Japan, Dubai, Kuwait, Malaysia, Singapore, etc. Initially, he was the participant of one of the famous reality show on television.

He was also the part of the band V3 and was the head crooner. His band presented the sound in the album “ooh lala la” which was aired on the Tamil Channel “Sun TV” and was judged by the Oscar winner ‘A. R. Rahman’. He has also hosted many television shows such as Paadum Office on STAR Vijay, the Tamil version of Hindi show, SA RE GA MA PA on Zee Tamil and many more Television shows. M.K.Balaji is the most famous playback accompanist who has sung more than a hundred songs for many blockbuster movies.

His collaboration with the Kollywood industry is remarkable and is widely known. His songs are mainly appreciated by the youth. This talented yodeler was born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu to the couple Muthu Krishnan and Alamelu. He has pursued his higher education from Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering. He is active from 2009. His debut movie was ‘Anbu Karangal ‘(Tamil).Thus he came to limelight after ‘Vamsam’, ‘ Ninaithale Inikkum’ (2009 film), and ‘ Maattrraan’. He got married to ‘ Priyanka’ on 29th may 2013. Among all, his best movies are MLA, Sonna Puriyathu, Maattrraan, Oru Oorla Rendu Raja, and Nagaraja Cholan MA.

Arunraja Kamaraj Tamil Actor

Arunraja Kamaraj

Arunraja Kamaraj known as a singer, actor, and director was born in Peru, near Kulithalia town in Tamil Nadu. He did his schooling from Government Boys Higher Secondary School and Higher Secondary schooling from Bishop Heber Higher Secondary School. He has done his graduation from J.J. College of Engineering and Technology, Trichy. Some of his famous works as a lyricist are included in films like, "Theri," "Pencil," and "Kabali." He started his career as a lyricist; he is a great songwriter and a singer too. Arunraja has written, and sung Ding Dong for 2014, Tamil Comedy Drama movie, named, "Jigarthanda." Arunraja's work in the film was very appreciated. He also sang for Rajnikanth’s superhit film "Kabali." Kamaraj also sang in "Oru Mexican Aparatha," a Malayalam Drama motion picture, whose title track is Kalippu Katta Kalippu. He has also shown his talent in the field of acting, he debuted as an actor in 2013, Tamil Romance film, "Raja Rani," and also in movie Maan Karate in which he appeared as a character of Neruppu Kumar. He is also known for his direction; his priority was to direct movies. He has worked as an assistant director in Vettai Mannan but the film never released. Arunraja always wanted to become a director and has worked on many short films. The veteran artist now plans to direct a movie which is based on women’s cricket. The picture will be about the Women's Cricket Team, and their struggle to get into a male-dominated domain of sports. The film will also depict the relationship between a father and a daughter. He started working on the script before the Women’s World Cup. When asked about the actors he wants to work in his film, the director claimed that he would. soon conduct auditions for the roles and also added that he specifically need people knowing the field of cricket. He will be covering the stages and struggles in the cricket field for women; he has also noted some real-life incident while scripting the movie. Thus, Arunraja Kamaraj got huge recognition and success because of his work in Kabali. His dedication for work has kept him moving in this industry. Either it is as a singer or a songwriter or an actor or a director, he has always worked with his full sincerity. His fans are eagerly waiting for his next project, and we wish him all the luck.

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K B Sundarambal

K B Sundarambal was an Indian stage artist, singer, and actor. She was born as Kodumudi Balambal Sundarambal, on October 11, 1908, in Kodumudi at the Erode district located in Tamil Nadu. She has been bestowed upon the title of the Queen of Indian Stage, and she also gave stunning performances in Tamil Movies. K B Sundarambal spent her childhood trying to earn money through the tips she received for singing in trains. On one such performance, she caught the eye of a talent scout, FG Natesa Iyer, but some people also speculate that it was a police official by the name of Krishnaswamy Iyer who found out her hidden talents. Despite that, what is definitely known is that by the age of nineteen, K B Sundarambal had become a sensation and a rising star in 1927. Her debut was in a traveling theater troupe that performed Tamil dramas. She made use of this opportunity to sharpen her skills and even started performing in between the acts and entertained everyone with her performance. One of her noted plays still stands to be Valli Thirumanam where she starred opposite ‘S G Kittappa’ and left the audience mesmerized by her stunning performance. She slowly found herself falling in love with SG Kittappa, and they finally got married in the year 1927. It enhanced their performances and made them even more famous. In 1993, due to excessive stress and workload, SG Kittappa fainted on the stage while performing. Everyone tried to revive him, but he soon passed away. He was only 27 years old. The death of SG Kittappa completely devastated SB Sundarambal, and she decided to quit theater and to perform on stage. Despite her firm resolve, she could not manage to stay away from art, and she started to pursue a career as a performing artist in concerts. She later became a political activist before India attained her independence and she participated in a large number of movements dedicated to India’s freedom. As a matter of fact, while Kittappa was still alive, the husband and wife were absolutely influenced by the rise of the Indian National Congress and its fight for Indian independence. They became proper supporters and used their talents to spread awareness about the organization. Even after Kittappa’s death, Sundarambal continued to express her unwavering support towards the cause, even to the extent of recording songs that extolled the struggle and sacrifices made by those fighting for India’s Independence. Her backing for the foundation was so strong that she shed all lavish clothes to start wearing plain Khadi. She had the honor of being the first Indian film artist who later became a part of the legislature when she had been honored by being entered in the Legislative Council meant for the state of Madras, in 1951. She represented Congress. For all her contributions to art, theater, and movies, she had been successfully awarded the glorious Padma Shri in the year 1970. She had also been presented with the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer, which was sponsored by the Government of India. She died on October 15, 1980, at the age of 72.

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K B Sundarambal Tamil Actress