Birthday of two timeless doyens falls on June 2. Whereas Mani Ratnam (born in 1956), the fabulous filmmaker turns 65, Ilaiyaraja (born in 1943), the musical maestro steps into his 78th yr, right now. A lot liked and revered by viewers, the exceptionally gifted duo not simply shares their birthday, but in addition has many commendable collaborations which weaved magic.
The maiden collaboration of Ilaiyaraja (five-time Nationwide Award successful music composer) and Mani Ratnam (six-time Nationwide Award successful director) was in ‘Pallavi Anu Pallavi’, a Kannada movie. Each the doyens have enriched the Indian music, and mainstream cinema via their sheer expertise, brilliance, consideration to element. The proper pair labored in 10 movies and has given the world a few of the most timeless songs which redefined the idea of screenplay and music.
As each the famend personalities flip a yr older collectively, let’s cherish their fantastic works that resulted out of their affiliation. Check out the evergreen songs of the legendary duo:
Andhi Mazhai Megam: The guts touching tune resulted from the duo’s nice collaboration within the Tamil film Nayakan. Influenced by Carnatic raga, Natabhairavi, this sonorous tune went on to develop into a memorable one.
Chinna Chinna Vanna kuyil: This sensational tune was the end result of yet one more Ratnam-Illaiyaraja partnership. It’s from Ratnam’s landmark Nationwide Award successful Tamil movie Mouna Ragam. Ilaiyaraja’s stunning composition set in Carnatic raga (Gourimanohari), captured the harmless yearnings of a younger bride. The fantastic thing about this evergreen tune lay in the truth that it transcended language.
Nilaave Vaa: Mouna Ragam churned out many songs that have been immensely in style. Nilaave Vaa set in Dheerashankarabharanam raga was a wonderful, soothing composition sung by Balasubrahmanyam.
Panivizhum Iravu: It was one other beautiful tune that the viewers liked from the identical movie. Natabhairavi raga was chosen for this superhit romantic tune sung by Janaki and Balasubrahmanyam.
O Priya Priya: This spellbinding tune is from Telugu film Geethanjali, sung by Balasubrahmanyam and Ok.S.Chitra.
Thoongatha Vizhigal: It’s a wonderful love tune from the film Agni Natchathiram. Composed in Amritavarshini raga, with tender notes.
Yamunai Aatrile: Primarily based on Yamunakalyani raga, this mesmerizing, soulful tune was composed for the Tamil movie Thalapathi.
It marked timeless duo’s 10th and final collaboration.
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