A. R. Reihana
Reihana (also known as Rayhanah) is a playback singer and film composer for films in India. However she is more widely known as sister to, A. R. Rahman and mother of G. V. Prakash Kumar. She collaborated with Rahman on a song for the score of the award winning Kannathil Muthamittal in 2002. The most recent song she has sung is Karma Veeran from Kochadaiiyaan. She also sang the most controversial song from the movie Chocolate. She is the brand ambassador of Raindropss, a youth-based social organization.
As a singer
- "Madurai Jilla" - Shree
- "Vidaikodu Engal" – Kannathil Muthamittal
- "Malle Malle" – Chocolate
- "Aahaa Thamizhamma" – Kangalal Kaidhu Sei
- "Paarthale Paravasam" – Parthale Paravasam
- "Balleilakka" – Sivaji: The Boss
- "Keda Kari" - Raavanan
- "Naan Yen" - Coke Studio (Season 3) at MTV (2013)
- "Ennile Maha Olio" - Coke Studio (Season 3) at MTV (2013)
- "Karma Veeran" - "Kochadaiiyaan"
- "Putham Puthithaai" - "Kadaisi Pakkam (Upcoming Film)"
As a Composer
"Kadaisi Pakkam (Upcoming Film)"
- A. R. Reihana at the Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Kamla Bhatt for NDTV: I knew Rahman would go international: Reihana
- Joint Scene India entry: A.R. Reihana
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