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Ravi Basrur is an Indian film music composer, sound designer, lyricist and director who made his debut in the Kannada film industry in 2014.
|Born||1 January 1984|
Basrur, Kundapura taluk, Udupi district, Karnataka
|Genres||Film score, Soundtrack|
|Occupation(s)||Film Music Composer, Sound designer, Lyrics Writer, Singer Actor, Film maker, Director, Producer, Screen writer, Editor,|
|Instruments||Vocal, Rhythm Percussions, Keyboard|
|Labels||Ravi Basrur Music|
He is a native of Kundapura, a coastal town in Karnataka state.Born in Basrur Village, the coastal state of Karnataka on 01 Jan 1984 with the name Kiran, Ravi Basrur was from a poor family with 3 siblings (2 elder brothers and an elder sister). Ravi always was surrounded by music in his village. He was also from a family with a musical background where his uncle had an orchestra. Yakshagana, Temple Bhajanas was always around as his native is very well known for the same.
Before he worked as programmer in more than 62 films. After, He debuted by scoring music for the film Ugramm. Following his debut, Basrur composed music  for films such as Ekka Saka (2015), Just Maduveli (2015), Karvva (2016), K.G.F: Chapter 1 (2018) and K.G.F: Chapter 2 (2022).
Ravi's first release as a music director was Ugramm (2014), for which he won the Zee Music Award and the KIMA International Award for Best Background Score. He was also nominated for a Filmfare Awards South award for Best Music Director for this film. He won the 'Best Playback singer' for Anjaniputra (2018) at SIIMA.
As music composerEdit
|2012||Panak Makkal||Debut Kundagannada Album, also Lyricist|
|Gargar Mandala||Also Lyricist|
|Plus||Only Background score|
|Karvva||Only Background Score|
|2018||Bhootayyana Mommaga Ayyu|
|K.G.F: Chapter 1|
|Antim: The Final Truth||Also Lyricist; Hindi film|
|Raja Paarvai||Tamil film|
|2022||K.G.F: Chapter 2|
|Seeta Manohara Sri Raghava||Telugu film|
|2014||Gargar Mandala||Yes||Yes||Yes||Directorial Debut, Kundagannada film|
|2016||Bilinder||Yes||Yes||Yes||Debut as lead actor, Kundagannada film|
|2017||Kataka||Yes||No||Yes||Dubbed into 14 languages|
|2019||Girmit||Yes||No||Yes||Children in lead roles and Dubbed by Senior artists|
|2014||Ugramm||SIIMA - 2015||Best Background Score Kannada||Won|
|2018||Kataka||SIIMA-2018||Best Debutant Director Kannada||Nominated||SIIMA Awards 2018|
|Anjaniputra (Chanda Chanda song)||SIIMA-2018||Best playback singer (Male) - Kannada||Won||SIIMA Awards 2018|
|2019||K.G.F Chapter-1||Zee Kannada Hemmeya Kanndiga||Best Background Music||Won||Zee Kannada Hemmeya Kannadiga|
|SIIMA - 2019||Best Music Director||Won|
|Karnataka State Film Awards||Best Music Director||Won|||
- Refers to the year in which the award ceremony was held.
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- "India.com about 62nd filmfare awards". India.com. 25 November 2015. Retrieved 7 January 2017.
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