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T Uday Kumar is an Indian audio engineer who mainly works in the Tamilian Film Industry. He mixed sound for movies such as Demonte Colony, Ivanuku Thannila Gandam, Azhagu Kutti Chellam, etc. Uday has the love for music and likes to travel to hill-stations around Kerala. He took birth in a middle-class family.
In school and college, his friends took subjects other than Arts, but Uday took up Arts unlike them. In 1998, he completed his education on film studies. His first job was as an apprentice at director Priyadarshan’s production house, Four Frames. It specialized in audio editing, sound mixing, film production, etc.
It gave Uday an opportunity to gain experience. Later, he assisted National Award winner Deepan Chatterjee in his projects. He learned a great deal under the renowned sound artist about sound designing and mixing. Deepan Chatterjee delivered background score in the movies of early 80’s and taught sound mixing to artists such as M.R. Rajakrishnan as well. His debut project came up in 2005 with the Tamilian movie Daas directed by Babu Yogeswaran.
Later, Uday went up to contribute to over 200 Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films. His recent works include collaborations with directors such as R. Ajay Gnanamuthu S. N. Shaktevel and Charles. T Uday Kumar grew up in a hill station in South India, and that is why he likes to travel to the mountains.
The sound of the trees and birds fascinate him a lot. His relatives only know that he works in for the Film Industry, but very few know about the work behind quality sound mixing put into making super hit movies. When asked about his signature element, Uday told that he loves to give extra detailing in the music.
The 2015 movie, Puli, became his most challenging work. The fantasy film needed sounds like birds and animals talking to each other. He with the help of director Chimbu Deven pulled off the job in style and made Puli a critically acclaimed hit. In an interview, T Uday Kumar said that his most of the works of sound artists go unnoticed as the types of equipment in the theater do not stand up to the standards of the music delivered. The young artist is an inspiration for the younger generation and has carved out an identity for himself among the big guns in the sound mixing field. He continues to work and deliver quality music.
Anand Krishnamoorthi is primarily a sound editor, mixer, and designer working in the Hindi film industry. Besides that, he also has an interest in acting and screenwriting. He is an alumnus of the Loyola College and Anna University from where he did his Bachelor of Science in Visual Communication, and master's in Electronic Media respectively.
In 2005, he went to University of Bristol to obtain an M.A. in Film and Television Production. Since childhood, he was always curious and fascinated about the drilling that happens behind the camera and things actors do to get into the skin of their character.
His first brush with the glamour industry was in the year of 1990. He was only a child then. He starred in a Mani Ratnam's movie named Anjali where he played the role of a kind-hearted boy who doesn't hesitate in forging a friendship with a disabled boy and in fact encourages others of his age to do the same.
After that, he worked on several projects like Aasai, May Madham, Thalapathi, Sathi Leelavathi, and many more. In May Madam, he did enact the role of a mischievous junior photographer and in Sathi Leelavathi, his character is obsessed with a video camera.
Before going to the University of Bristol, he assisted famous Tamil director Balu Mahendra. After completing his M. A., he commenced working as a trainee for the British Broadcasting Corporation. In 2008, he re-commenced his work in the Tamil industry as a Production Mixer on a movie named Marmayogi.
His next project was Unnaipol Oruvan, which translates to someone like you in English. He edited the dialogues of the motion picture, handled its sound department and also did a small cameo in it as a geek who is a dropout from the Indian Institute of Technology.
He worked as a Supervising Sound Editor on the superstar Kamal Hassan's directorial film Vishwaroopam. It was a product of the Auro 3D format. He worked as the leader of the ADR on Kalyana Samayal Saadham. He also co-directed Chinmaya Mission's production On a Quest, which takes inspiration from the life of Chinmayananda Saraswati.
He has directed a short film which touched upon the grave yet neglected issue of student suicide prevailing in the country. Some of his other works are Manmadhan Ambu, Kaatru Veliyidai, Shadows of Silence, O Kadhal Kanmani, and much more. He also has an account on the social media platforms like the Twitter where he interacts with his fan base. All the people of Tamil have appreciated his work.
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