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M. G. Radhakrishnan is a senior music director in the South Indian film and music industries. He was born on 29 July 1940, at Haripad, in Alapuzha District, Kerala. He is a disciple of Sree Vidyadhiraja Hridayanjali,[1] an Indian ascetic, and has composed music for ascetic's lyrics,[1] which was sung by his sister Dr. K Omanakutty,[1] a Carnatic vocalist. In his official capacity, Mr.Radhakrishnan worked as a staff and become the senior music composer(grade 1) in Akashvani, Trivandrum. in 1962,he joined All India Radio.

He has also composed the poems of Kamala Das (also known as Kamala Suraiya), a famous Indian writer.[2] Radhakrishnan introduced K. S. Chithra, a famous singer and a student of Omanakutty, to the film and music industry by employing her in the film Attahaasam.[3][4] His brother M. G. Sreekumar is an Indian playback singer in Malayalam and Tamil cinema.[5]

He got Kerala State Film Award for best music director for the film Achaneyanenikkishtam in 2001 and Ananthabhadram in 2005.

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Awards

Kerala State Film Awards:

Filmography

No Film Film director Year
1 Thampu G Aravindan 1978
2 Thakara Bharathan 1980
3 Aaravam Bharathan 1980
4 Njan Ekananu P Chandrasekhar 1982
5 Poochakkoru Mukkuthi Priyadarshan 1984
6 Parayanum Vayya Parayathirikkanum Vayya Priyadarshan 1985
7 Ayalvasi Oru Daridravasi Priyadarshan 1986
8 Geetham Saajan 1986
9 Sarvakalaashala Venu Nagavally 1987
10 Jaalakam Harikumar 1987
11 Nombarathi Poovu Padmarajan 1987
12 Vellanakalude Naadu Sathyan Anthikkad 1988
13 Adwaitham Priyadarshan 1991
14 Manichithrathazhu Fazil 1993
15 Chenkol Sibi Malayil 1993
16 Ammayane Satyam Balachandra Menon 1993
17 Kashmeeram Rajiv Anchal 1994
18 Agnidevan Venu Nagavally 1995
19 Rakthasakshikal Zindabad Venu Nagavally 1998
20 Stalin Sivadas T S Suresh Babu 1999
21 Kannezhuthi Pottumthottu T. K. Rajeev Kumar 1999
22 Pilots Rajiv Anchal 2000
23 Narasimham Shaji Kailas 2000
24 Praja Joshi 2001
25 Meghasandesham Rajasenan 2001
26 Nariman K Madhu 2001
27 Achaneyanenikkishtam Suresh Krishna 2001
28 Yanam Sanjay Nambiar 2004
29 Ananthabhadram Santhosh Sivan 2005

References

  1. ^ a b c Chords & Notes; The Hindu, 2002-11-28; Retrieved: 2007-09-03
  2. ^ Poetic songs of Kamala Suraiyya; NJ Nair, The Hindu, 2005-06-10; Retrieved: 2007-09-03
  3. ^ K.S Chitra's Melodious Voice; Dhanyasree .M, One India Retrieved: 2007-09-03
  4. ^ A pleasant surprise; The Hindu, 2005-01-28; Retrieved: 2007-09-03
  5. ^ Singing from the soul; Saraswathy Nagarajan, The Hindu, 2005-06-24; Retrieved: 2007-09-03

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