Chi. Udaya Shankar
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|Chi. Udaya Shankar|
|Born||18 th feb 1934|
|Died||July 1993 (aged 58–59)|
Chi. Udaya Shankar (1934 – July 1993) (Kannada: ಚಿ. ಉದಯ ಶಂಕರ್) was an Indian lyricist of the Kannada film industry. He penned record number of songs in the Kannada Cinema history. He composed more than 3000 songs for Kannada Films and also devotional songs. Shankar's songs received more appreciation in Dr. Rajkumar’s films, as with any other lyricist and music composer. Shankar was the son of lyricist Chi. Sadashivaiah. He was from Brahmin community.
He got the name as "Sahitya Ratna" for his excellent quality works in writing songs. Songs were being well written and easily understood. He wrote Dialogues for many Kannada movies along with songs.
Chi Udayashakar used to write simple words, great meaning. He had good hold on the language, putting the thoughts in simple words, which can be easily understood by common man. He directed movie "Manku Dinne" in 1968. In the movie "Mooruvare vajragalu", both Chi UdayaShankar and his father wrote songs.
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