Anirudh Ravichander Biography
Anirudh Ravichander (born 16 October 1990) is an Indian film composer and singer, who works predominantly in Tamil films. The song, “Why This Kolaveri Di”, that Anirudh had composed for the Tamil film 3, went viral on YouTube.
Anirudh Ravichander’s Early Life
Anirudh is the son of actor Ravi Raghavendra, nephew of
Rajinikanth and Latha Rajinikanth, and cousin of Aishwarya and Soundarya Rajinikanth. His mother Lakshmi is a dancer. Anirudh was a part of a band in school called Zinx. At the age of 10, he started composing music and landed his first break – ‘3’ at the age of 21
He did his schooling at Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, K.K. Nagar. He graduated from Loyola College, Chennai in 2011, which according to him was just a back up in case his music career did not take off. Anirudh learnt classical piano from Trinity College of Music, London. He also learnt Carnatic music, and was part of a Carnatic fusion band.
Anirudh Ravichander’s Career
After five months break Anirudh released a single from Rum on April 2016 “Hola Amigo”. In May 2016, Anirudh signed a deal with Sony Music India. As per the deal, from here on, the independent albums and live concerts of Anirudh’s will be published and promoted by the global giant.
Anirudh Then Again Teamed up with Sivakarthikeyan For Bakkiraj Kannan’s Remo.The album featured 8 tracks, where everyone song was a blockbuster hit, thus making it Anirudh’s Most Successful Album Till Date. Anirudh’s Remo Album Featured Arjun Kannungo, Nakash Aziz, Santhosh Narayanan, Srinidhi Venkateshan, Richard, and Himself As Singers And Vignesh Shivan, Vivek, And Others As Lyricists.
Then On Nov,12 2016 He Launched Audio of His Cousin Hrishikesh’s Rum . The Album Featured Sean Roldan, Sid Sriram, Balan Kashmir, Diwakar And Himself and The Song were written by Madhan Karky and Vivek. In 2017 he launched his 3rd Valentine’s Day Single “Onnume Aagale” Alongside Vignesh Shivan.
Anirudh Ravichander’s Released Soundtracks
The films are listed in order that the music released, regardless of the dates the film released.
The year next to the title of the affected films indicates the release year of the either dubbed or remade version in the named language later than the original version.
• indicates original language release. Indicates simultaneous makes, if featuring in more languages
♦ indicates a remade version, the remaining ones being dubbed versions