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Chandrabose (composer)

Chandrabose (died 30 September 2010[1]) was an Indian Tamil language music composer and singer.[2][3][4] He has composed music for more than 300 movies between the late 1980s and early 1990s.[5] In 2007 he made his debut on the silver screen as an actor.[6]

Chandrabose
Born1947
Died30 September 2010 (age 63)
Chennai
Years active1977–2010
Associated actsDevi Nataka Company , Moses-Deva troupe

Personal lifeEdit

Chandrabose's son, Bose Santhosh, has also worked in films as a composer, working in the Malayalam film Sandwich (2011) and the Tamil films, Meenkothi and Deva Kumaran.[7] He is married twice, since 2007 he started acting in Kalaignar TV serials.[8]

Film composerEdit

He was during the 80s, the official composer of the AVM Productions, in particular the Tamil movies, among which some Rajini Kanth, of this decade.

FilmographyEdit

ComposerEdit

Films
Private Albums
Television
  • 1997 Aachi International
  • 1998 Nimmathi Ungal Choice I
  • 1998 Nimmathi Ungal Choice II - Kannammavin Kadhai
  • 1998 Oru Pennin Kadhai
  • 1998 Mangai
  • 1999 Galatta Kudumbam I
  • 1999 Sontham
  • 1999 Nimmathi Ungal Choice III - Thriveni Sangamam
  • 1999 Galatta Kudumbam II - Galatta Sirippu
  • 1999 Nimmathi Ungal Choice IV - Mavilai Thoranam
  • 2001 Take It Easy Vaazhkai
  • 2007 Porantha Veeda Puguntha Veeda

Some of the hit songs he composed are:

Some of the songs he sang :

  • Poonchittu Kuruvigalaa"
  • Yendi Muthamm yedhu punnagai"

ActorEdit

Films
  • Kathikappal (2008)
Television
  • Malargal (Sun TV)
  • Thiruppavai (Sun TV)
  • Jananam (Mega TV)
  • Vairanenjam (Kalaignar TV)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Music director dead, The Hindu, retrieved 1 October 2010
  2. ^ a b Chandrabose, IMDb, retrieved 23 October 2008
  3. ^ a b Chandrabose, Raaga, retrieved 23 October 2008
  4. ^ Chandrabose, Thenisai, retrieved 22 November 2008
  5. ^ He composed lot of movies produced by AVM during the late 1980s Tamil song by Chandrabose - music video in Kodaikanal, Sagool.tv, archived from the original on 26 August 2011, retrieved 22 November 2008
  6. ^ Chandrabose to don silver screen!, India Glitz, retrieved 22 November 2008
  7. ^ Kumar, S. R. Ashok (14 July 2012). "Audio Beat: Meenkothi". The Hindu. Retrieved 24 July 2018.
  8. ^ https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/-Music-director-Chandrabose-dead/articleshow/6654552.cms
  9. ^ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/-Music-director-Chandrabose-dead/articleshow/6654552.cms

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