Sirpy

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Sirpy
Birth name Narayanan
Born (1962-05-25) May 25, 1962 (age 52)
Occupation(s) Music director
Years active 1993 – present

Narayanan, known by his stage name Sirpy (Tamil: சிற்பி; born 25 May 1962) is an Indian film score and soundtrack composer. He has predominantly scored music for Tamil films apart from working in Telugu and Malayalam films . He has also sung few of his own compositions.

Sirpy debuted as a music composer in 1993 for the film Gokulam and has composed for over 50 commercial and critically acclaimed feature films.[1] He has won the Best Music director award from the Government of Tamil Nadu for the year 2002 for the film Unnai Ninaithu and the prestigious Kalaimamani Award in the year 1997.[2]

Discography[edit]

Year Film Title Notes
1993 Gokulam
1993 Naan Pesa Ninaipathellam
1993 Shenbaga Thottam
1993 Annai Vayal
1994 Captain
1994 Chinna Madam
1994 O Thandri O Koduku Telugu film
1994 Nattamai
1994 Ulavaali
1995 Arabi Kadal Malayalam film
1995 Jameen Kottai
1995 Padikkira Vayasile
1996 Avathara Purushan
1996 Mettukudi
1996 Ullathai Allitha
1996 Purushan Pondatti
1996 Namma Ooru Raasaa
1997 Veedevadandi Babu Telugu film
1997 Amman Kovil Vaasalile
1997 Sundara Purushan
1997 Selva
1997 Kaaththiruntha Kaathal
1997 Vivasaayi Magan
1997 Raasi
1997 Ganga Gowri
1997 Nandhini
1997 Janakiraman
1997 Thedinen Vanthathu
1997 Adrasakkai Adrasakkai
1997 Periya Idaththu Maappillai
1997 Poochudava
1997 Thinamum Ennai Gavani
1998 Moovendhar
1998 Udhavikku Varalaamaa
1998 Iniyellaam Sugamae
1999 Suyamvaram
1999 Poomaname vaa
2000 Kannan Varuvaan
2001 Vinnukkum Mannukkum
2001 Kunguma Pottu Gounder
2001 Seerivarum Kaalai
2001 Thaalikaatha Kaaliamman
2001 Mr. Narathar
2001 Varushamellam Vasantham
2002 Unnai Ninaithu Winner Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Music Director
2003 Pavalakodi
2003 Banda Paramasivam
2003 Eera Nilam
2005 Kodambakkam
2006 Boys and Girls
2008 Nesi
2009 Unnai Kan Theduthe

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