Music Director Vidyasagar

Vidyasagar
Vidyasagar
03/03/1963
Vizianagaram, Andhra, India
130
Poo Manam ( Tamil )
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Music Director Vidyasagar Movie List

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Puthiya Thiruppangal
Director: Saradha Ramanathan
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release Status: Unconfirmed
Arudhra
Arudhra ( Tamil )
Director: Pa.Vijay
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release Date: 31-08-2018
Thiruttu Payale 2
Thiruttu Payale 2 ( Tamil )
Director: Susi Ganesan
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release Date: 30-11-2017
Jomonte Suviseshangal
Jomonte Suviseshangal ( Malayalam )
Director: Sathyan Anthikad
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release date: 19-01-2017
Other Versions: Andamaina Jeevitham (Telugu)
Uchathula Siva
Uchathula Siva ( Tamil )
Director: Jaypee
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release Date: 16-09-2016
Anarkali
Anarkali ( Malayalam )
Director: Sachy
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release date: 13-11-2015
Eli
Eli ( Tamil )
Director: Yuvaraj
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release Date: 19-06-2015
Maargam
Maargam ( Telugu )
Director: R Kannan
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release date: 03-04-2015
Ennum Eppozhum
Ennum Eppozhum ( Malayalam )
Director: Sathyan Anthikad
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release date: 27-03-2015
Chamante Kabani
Chamante Kabani ( Malayalam )
Director: Ambili S Kumar
Music Director: Vidyasagar
Release date: 13-03-2015
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Popular Vidyasagar Songs

Nee Paarkum ( Thiruttu Payale 2 )
Singers: Sathya Prakash
Lyricist:
Duration: 4:08 Minutes
Kolaikaara Analacchu Emoochu ( Thambi Vettothi Sundaram )
Singers: Kalyani , Karthik
Lyricist: Vairamuthu
Ennadi Ennadi Oviyame ( Jannal Oram )
Singers: Tippu , Vishal
Lyricist: Yugabharathi
Duration: 4:22 Minutes

Vidyasagar Biography

Vidyasagar is an Indian music director and music composer in the Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam film industry. His compositions include "Nee Katru", "Orey Manam","Appadi Podu" as well as classical numbers like "VaralManjal", "Anandam Anandam" or "Kana Kandenadi". Vidyasagar has lately been composing fast numbers for movies starring Tamil stars Ajith, Vikram, Vijay, and R. Madhavan.

Vidyasagar was born into a Telugu Brahmin family of musicians and brought up in Chennai. His father U. Ramachander was a musician who could play eight instruments and his grandfather Varaha Narasimha Murthy was the court Vidhwan for the king of Vijayanagaram Bobili in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Vidyasagar started learning vocal classical music and harmonium from his father at the age of four. When he was eight-years-old Vidyasagar joined Dhanraj Master. In fact both A. R. Rahman and Vidyasagar had joined on the same day. Vidyasagar learnt guitar for 3-4 years there, then the piano. Vidyasagar studied Western classical music at the Trinity College of Music, London.

At age of eleven, Vidyasagar knew how to play a dozen musical instruments and signed up to work as a regular musician for many music directors. Vidyasagar could play for all languages because then, most films had their recording at Chennai. Vidyasagar wanted to then compose his own tunes and have someone else play them. He had assisted various music directors and even done ghost music for some of them. So he had the experience and wanted to compose independently.

Vidyasagar became an independent music director with the song "En Anbe" in the 1989 Tamil movie Poomanam directed by Rajasekhar (Robert). Though Vidyasagar started his music career with a Tamil film, recognition in Tamil music industry came to him much later. He shifted base to Telugu and from 1993 to 1996, Vidyasagar became the top music director in Telugu.

In 1994-95, Vidyasagar was picked up by Tamil actor-director Arjun, with whom he worked for many musically acclaimed films like Jai Hind, Karna, Subash and Sengottai though the movies themselves didnt do well. Vidyasagar composed some of his best music for Arjuns films with some melodic numbers like Malare, Bhoomiae, and Padu Padu some of which went unnoticed. After a not so impressive start in Tamil film industry Vidyasagar was discovered by Malayalam film industry.

From 1996 to 2001 Vidyasagar mainly concentrated on Malayalam films where he became the top music director. In Malayalam right from his first film "Azhagiya Ravanan" to "Meesa Madhavan" he struck the right cord. He has created scores in which ragas and rhythms combined to a good melody, which even bagged him four Kerala State Awards. Vidyasagars love for melody has made him turn to Malayalam film industry time and again, and the songs in hit films like Azhagiya Ravanan, Meesa Madhavan, Gramaphone, CID Moosa and Kilichundan Mambazham were all well received.

In his music he experienced all kinds of song situations and he explored his talent to the maximum in that period. His film Pranayavarnangal is still considered by many one of the best albums ever cut in Malayalam industry. Undoubtedly the talented music director has given his best in malayalam film industry.

His career best was "Millennium Stars"(1999), in Malayalam, which was a WorldClass soundtrack. Some songs were bilingual, and Indias best singers, Dr. K.J. Yesudas and Hariharan sang together in these songs. Songs like "Parayan Nhaan Marannu" and "Shravan Gange" in this movie, were truly of the class of the worlds top soundtracks.

During this period, Vidyasagars song compositions in Tamil movies like 1998 Vijay starrer "Nilaave Vaa" and "Uyirodu Uyiraaga" starring Ajith did catch attention and became quite popular but still the bad patch in Tamil films continued for Vidyasagar during this period. Vidyasagar was probably the only composer in South India who has delivered many super hit songs during his early days but was not considered a success. Even today, some of Vidyasagars prior songs composed for movies are sung by music troupes. But the total success of the film counts ultimately because the music director will be identified with the film.

After a successful Malayalam career he made a come back into Tamil with "Dhill" and "Poovellam Un Vasam". Songs in both of these films were instant hits. Then came "Dhool" which opened new doors in Tamil songs with highly successful folk song Ithanadu Kara Kodumae, and great melody in Aasai Aasai. With "Dhool" and "Dhill" under his belt, Vidyasagar was the talk of the town, for which he had to wait for 13 years. With a successful come back he then went on to give music to some of most successful films of the year 2002-2003 like "Anbe Sivam" and Madhavans "Run" which was a huge musical hit as well as commercial hit. The music composed by Vidyasagar for movies released in 2003 "Iyarkai", "Thithukudhe", "Parthiban Kanavu" were highly popular in spite of the fact that some of these movies failed at the box office. Vijays "Thirumalai" was another hit album.

The year 2004 saw Vidyasagar come up with "Ghilli" which was an instant hit with song Appadi Podu Podu ruling the charts in Tamil music world. This was followed by other hits like "Madurey", "London" and "Ji" in 2004-05. In the year 2005 Vidyasagar received national award for the Telugu movie Swarabhishkam by K. Vishwanath featuring carnatic classical music. Vidyasagar continued his success spree by composing music for Rajnikanth starrer Chandramukhi (he mentions this as a call from God), which was the biggest hit of the year 2005 and a comeback movie for Rajnikanth. The audio of the movie was a best seller and the BGM (Back Ground Music) of the film was also released for the first time in the Indian music industry. He has composed music for the Hollywood movie "Beyond the Soul" directed by Rajeev Anchal. The 2004-05 year also saw him score music for the Hindi movie "Hulchul" from Priyadarshan. With Mozhi, Vidyasagar once again gave listeners some songs like "Katrin Mozhiye" and "Sevvanam Selaikatti" which were instant hits of 2007. In 2008 Vidyasagar came with chart topping songs for "Kuruvi" starring Vijay. "Kuruvi"s music was well received by music critics and Vijays fans. In 2008-2009, Vidyasagar gave multiple melodious hits for the movie Abhium Nanum. The song Va Va En Dhevadhaye, which expresses the bond between a father and daughter is considered to be one of the best lilting melodies of the year.

Vidyasagar is now a well known figure in the Tamil film music, often for his hugely popular numbers composed for movies starring Tamil super stars Vijay and Vikram. As said by Vidyasagar in an interview about recognition for music, "When success eludes you, nobody is bothered about you, what you know and what you could do. That is why mediocrity succeeds. If you are successful, nobody questions your knowledge.".

List of awards & nominations received by Vidyasagar

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
Best Music Direction
Award : Tamil Nadu State Film Awards in 2007
Movie : Mozhi
Year : 2007

Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
Best Music Direction
Award : Tamil Nadu State Film Awards in 2001
Movie : Thavasi
Year : 2001

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Vidyasagar Fans Reviews (14)

My life is through ur music.......... I love u a lot sir........... keep on Rocking.........

vivek, kerala on 14-01-2013

vidyasagar is my favorite music director.always waiting for ur latest album.Yar indha song from puthiya thiruppangal really rocks.keep rocking sir.

akram, Delhi on 04-07-2014

Like you sir...waiting for new songs...both in Tamil and Malayalam....nee katre from nilave vaa,poovukkellam from uyirodu uyiraga,kaadal vanthaal from iyerky,sudum nilavu from thambi,ore manam from villain,naan varaindu from jayam kondaen,ra ra from chandramughi are my favorites...keep rocking.....

Babin c balan, calicut,kerala on 28-11-2014

Sir

Bala, vellore on 22-08-2016

my aim is 2 became a mech eng and a film director so wen i am became film director i want ur music in my film so dont forgot 2 give me d date

Fevin Abraham Thomas, Thrissur,Kerala on 15-02-2013

Really i am speechless, sir you're amazing, i like your melodies and all kind of music,and you are the KING OF MELODY,love you a lot,God will help you sir,May God blz you

kathu, kerala on 27-12-2016

Sir You are grate, your all song is my fvrt, thank u for all songs

LAKSHMI IYYER, KERALA on 03-07-2013

if music is a religion vidyaji is our god....i really love ur music...

Dipin Babu, kannur, kerala on 09-08-2017

vidayasagar sir is the no 1 music director in the world for me,i am thinking he is from god & equel to god.everybody told he is the melody king, but he is the allrounder.good music sir,keep it up.

R.MURUGANANDAM, bangalore on 28-11-2012

"Aaro viral meeti",Oru rathri koodi" etc songs haunt my nights and nights.I wounder how a nom-malayalee musician can decorate our words with such heavenly music.Thanks Sagarjee..........

mathew pappady, VAIKOM on 06-09-2014

sir i am a big fan of you

SANDEEP K P, thrissur on 02-11-2012

i love you vidyasagar you are a gift of god our malayalies

sibin pk, kerala(calicut) on 29-12-2012

vidya ji...i really loves u and ur compositions..i got a awesome feel from ur every note.live for looooong and for us...

surag, wandoor,MPM on 03-08-2015

Your music is very cool and very very super

Sathishkumar, on 16-06-2013

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