30 August 2010

Pin It

Short Biography of Yuvan Shankar Raja with his copied or inspired songs list

Short Biography of Yuvan Shankar Raja with his copied or inspired songs list

Birth name - Yuvan Shankar Raja Also known as Yuvan, YSR, U1

Born - August 31, 1979, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Profession - film composer and singer

Yuvan Shankar Raja is the third and youngest child of legendary musician and film composer Ilaiyaraaja and Jeeva.

He is the younger brother of music director Karthik Raja andplayback singer-cum-music director Bhavatharini.
Noted film director and film composer Gangai Amaran and late R. D. Bhaskar are his uncles

Yuvan Shankar did his schooling at St. Bede’s school in Chennai before studying at Loyola College, Chennai.
He started learning music from Jacob Master, attending piano classes at “Musee Musical” in Chennai, which is a branch of the prestigious Trinity College in London, UK.

He has predominantly scored music for Tamil as well as Telugu films.
In 1997, at age 16, his musical career began as he composed the film score for Aravindhan.
Yuvan Shankar Raja has scored for over 75 films

He is frequently called the "Youth Icon of Tamil Film Music"

Yuvan Shankar Raja married his longtime girlfriend Sujaya Chandran on 21 March 2005, at Mayor Sri Ramanathan Chettiyar Hall in Chennai, India.
In August 2007, they filed for divorce with mutual consent, which was granted in February 2008, after 6 months.
The reason for the divorce was said to be "irreconcilable differences".

Following is the list of songs inspired or copied from English songs by Yuvan Shankar Raja

Movie Name - Mounam Pesiyathe
Song Name - Ei nanbane
Copied from original Song – Vengaboys' Boom boom boom

Movie Name - 7G Rainbow Colony
Song Name - Theme from 7G Rainbow Colony
Copied from original Song - Ilayaraja's background music for the climax of the 1980 film, 'Johnny' that is Johnny Climax BGM

Movie Name - Bala
Song Name - Theendi Theedni
Copied from original Song - Ilayaraja's composition, 'Rimjhim rimjhim from Hindi movie Mahadev

Movie Name - Daas
Song Name - Vaa vaa
Copied from original Song - 'Adiye' from Neengal Kettavai

Movie Name - Junior Senior
Song Name - Oh shalalala jamaai
Copied from original Song - ‘Simarik’ by Tarkan

Movie Name - Kalvanin Kaadhali
Song Name - Ivan kattil naattu
Copied from original Song - Basement Jaxx's 'Oh my gosh'

Movie Name - Kaadhal Konden
Song Name - Nenjodu Kalandhidu
Copied from original Song - The Corrs number, 'Runaway

Movie Name - Kaadhal Konden
Song Name - Manasu rendum
Copied from original Song - 'A rose in the wind' by Anggun

Movie Name - Kaadhal Konden
Song Name - Kaadhal Mattum Purivadhillai
Copied from original Song - 'Raven' by Hedningarna

Reality views by sm –

Monday, August 30, 2010


Amrit August 30, 2010  

As usual full of contents and informative post