Rajesh Ramanath

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Rajesh Ramanath
Birth name Rajesh Ramanathan
Born Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation(s) Music director
Years active 1995-Present

Rajesh Ramanath (Kannada: ರಾಜೇಶ್ ರಾಮನಾಥ್;Template:lang-tam; born 21 May) is an Indian film score and soundtrack composer. He has scored music for Kannada films. He has also acted in a Kannada feature film Black & White (2003) as a lead actor.

Rajesh Ramanath debuted as a music composer in 1995 for the film Shubha Lagna and has composed for over 175 commercial and critically acclaimed feature films.

Some of Rajesh Ramanath's notable works are Annavra Makkalu (1996), Thavarina Thottilu (1996), Veerappa Nayaka (1999), Yajamana (2000), Huchha (2001), Swathi Muthu (2004), Aishwarya (2005), My Autograph (2006) among others.[1] Rajesh ramanath nominated for Filmfare Best Music Director award for Vaalee And Huchcha.

Discography[edit]

Year Film Title Notes
1995 Shubha Lagna
1996 Thavarina Thottilu
1996 Annavra Makkalu
1996 Aadithya
1998 Baaro Nanna Muddina Krishna
1998 Bhama Satyabhama
1998 Maari Kannu Hori Myage
1999 Kubera
1999 Veerappa Nayaka
1999 Z 2 songs
2000 Andhra Hendthi
2000 Yajamana
2000 Nan Hendthi Chennagidale
2001 Huchha
2001 Kanasugara
2001 Jodi
2001 Neelambari
2001 Vaalee
2002 Manasella Neene
2002 Ninne Preethisuve
2003 Kushalave Kshemave
2003 Mani
2003 Vikram
2004 Rowdy Aliya Guest composer
2004 Bhagawan
2004 Pakkadmane Hudugi
2004 Sahukara
2004 Swathi Muthu
2005 Annavru
2006 Aishwarya
2006 Julie
2006 Tirupathi
2006 Good Luck
2006 Preethigagi
2006 Ravi Shastri
2006 My Autograph Background Music only
2007 Parodi
2007 VIP 5
2007 Jambada Hudugi
2007 Kaada Beladingalu
2007 Agrahara
2007 Snehanjali
2008 Varasdhaara
2008 Premigaagi Naa
2009 Minchu
2009 Kencha
2010 Minugu Background score only
2011 Chenamma IPS
2012 Magadi
2012 Godfather Background score only
2012 Hosa Prema Purana
2013 Gajendra
2013 Chatrapathi Background score only
2014 Sachin! Tendulkar Alla
2015 Bettanagere

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