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|Date of Birth||:||02-03-1963|
|Father Name||:||U Ramachander|
|Eye Colour||:||Black and Brown|
|Hair Colour||:||Brown and Black|
|Spouse / Partner||:||Not-Known|
|Also Known As||:||Not-Known|
|Famous As||:||Music Director, Playback Singer|
Vidyasagar is an Indian composer, musician and singer who works predominantly in the Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi film industries. After working with several composers as assistant conductor, Vidyasagar made his debut as a film composer in the 1989 Tamil film Poomanam. Working for over 250 feature films, he is the recipient of the prestigious National Film Award and five Filmfare Awards.
Vidyasagar was born to a Telugu musical family, brought up in Bobbili, who was exposed to music at a very early age by Ramchander, who was a self-led musician. He underwent carnatic vocals training first and then started taking classical guitar lessons in Chennai from Master Dhanraj along with R. Rahman and later piano.
Vidyasagar became an independent movie in the 1989 Tamil movie Poomanam. Vidyasagar started his music career with a Tamil film, he gained recognition in the Tamil music indusry at a later stage. He shifted base to Telugu cinema in 1989
Between 2003 and 2005, he composed songs for several notable films such as Anbe Sivam, Madhurey, Ji and Chandrolsavam in 2004-05. The year 2005 saw Vidyasagar receiving his first National Film Awards for his music in the Telugu film Swarabhishekam directed by K. Vishwanath. The music in the movie was predominantly Carnatic. The same year, he composed music for the film Chandramukhi, the only Rajinikanth starrer he has composed for the date. The songs become chartbuster, and so was the background score. Vidyasagar has in particular rare Carnatic ragas otherwise unheard of in film music in his compositions; Thendral ennum thereri (from the movie Pasa Kiligal) set to Nasikabhushani, or Ding dong koyilmani (from the movie Ji) set to Rasikapriya being some examples.
In 2007, Vidyasagar was signed by Prakash Raj for his production venture Mozhi starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and Jyothika. The film directed by Radha Mohan had critically acclaimed melodies like Kaatrin Mozhiye and Sevvanam. The songs of Mozhi had the distinction of being completely devoid of duets. The only female voice of Sujatha Mohan in Katrin Mozhi. In 2008 Vidyasagar's notable releases were Vijay's Kuruvi and the Priyadarshan directed Mere Baap Pehle Aap in Hindi.
After his brief dull phase in Malayalam, he bounced back into the scene with the director Jose Jose Neelathamara, scripted by the legendary Mr. T. Vasudevan Nair, with the song Anuraga Vilochananaayi becoming a favorite cult. He followed with Apoorva Ragam and Makeup Man. Meanwhile, in Tamil, he delivered hits with Karthi's Siruthai and Vijay's Kaavalan.
In 2012, Vidyasagar delivered two superhits in Malayalam with Diamond Necklace and Ordinary.
In 2013, Priyadarshan signed him for his ambitious psychological thriller, Geethaanjali in Malayalam with Mohanlal in the lead role. Lal Jose's Pullipulikalum Aattinkuttiyum and Jannal Oram, the Tamil Remake of Ordinary are his other releases of the year. The end of veteran Sathyan Anthikkad's filmmaker's 10-long film collaboration with composer Ilaiyaraaja saw him join hands with Vidyasagar for the movie Oru Indian Pranayakatha. The film became a success and Sathyan Anthikad continued his collaboration with Vidyasagar for his next, Ennum Eppozhum which starred Mohanlal and Manju Warrior in the lead, which opened in the theaters in 2015. The duos association is continuing, and Vidyasagar has created chart toppers for Anthikkad's latest movie Jomonte Suvisheshangal, released in 2017.