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, an Indian ascetic, and has composed music for ascetic's lyrics, which was sung by his sister Dr. K Omanakutty, 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. 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. His brother M. G. Sreekumar is an Indian playback singer in Malayalam and Tamil cinema.
|4||Njan Ekananu||P Chandrasekhar||1982|
|6||Parayanum Vayya Parayathirikkanum Vayya||Priyadarshan||1985|
|7||Ayalvasi Oru Daridravasi||Priyadarshan||1986|
|12||Vellanakalude Naadu||Sathyan Anthikkad||1988|
|16||Ammayane Satyam||Balachandra Menon||1993|
|19||Rakthasakshikal Zindabad||Venu Nagavally||1998|
|20||Stalin Sivadas||T S Suresh Babu||1999|
|21||Kannezhuthi Pottumthottu||T. K. Rajeev Kumar||1999|