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Vishal Chandrasekhar
Music • Background Score
Born: in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
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Vishal Chandrasekhar is an Indian musician who is known for composing film scores and soundtrack in Tamil and Telugu-language films. Vishal who developed liking for music at a very young started to play keyboard when he was just 10-years old. A master`s degree holder in electronics media, Chandrasekhar has worked with some of the biggest directors in the South Indian film industry like Gautham Menon and Santhosh Sivan. He made his debut with the Telugu film Hrudayam Ekkadunnadi (2013) and later went to work in Tamil films like Jil Jung Juk (2015), Aviyal (2016), Sawaari (2016) and Kuttram 23 (2017), directed by Arivazhagan. His 2018 releases include Kee and Padi Padi Leche Manasu. His 2019 releases include Simba, Jackpot, Kanni Rasi, Chanakya and Kaalidas.
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Anirudh Ravichander
Music Director
Sam C.S.
Musician
G. V. Prakash Kumar
Composer
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Sinduri Vishal
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Varudu Kaavalenu
MamaKiki
Mamakiki
Taana
Kaalidas
Jackpot
Chanakya
Kanni Rasi
Jackpot (Tamil)
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