Sony Music India
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|Shridhar Subramaniam (President)|
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Sony Music Entertainment India is the record label operated by Sony in India. The company began operation in 1997, and it was the first record company in India to be 100% foreign-owned, with Sony being a Japanese corporation. from December 2013 to March 2020, the company distributed Warner Music Group releases for Indian and SAARC market, until the Warner Music India division was created. Sony Music India is the largest foreign-owned music label in India, and the country's second largest record label overall with up to 25% share of the Indian music market, after T-Series, and ahead of Zee Music which Sony has a partnership with.
Sony Music holds the soundtrack rights of above 200 Tamil movies.
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|Devudu Chesina Manushulu|
|Nenu Meeku Telusa|
|U & I|
|Ye Maaya Chesave|
|Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu|
|Life Before Wedding|
|Cheliyaa (Dubbed version)|
|Pandem Kodi 2 (Dubbed version)|
|Saamy (Dubbed version)|
|Adhirindhi (Dubbed version)|
|Tik Tik Tik (Dubbed version)|
|Whistle (Dubbed version)|
|Gaddala Konda Ganesh|
|Gang (Dubbed version)|
|Stalin Andarivadu (Dubbed Version)|
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|The Sound Story|
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|Do Dooni Panj|
|Mundeyan Ton Bachke Rahin|
|Cut Like A Diamond|
|This Is Hardy Sandhu|
- Sony to Represent Warner Music in India. Hollywood Reporter (31 December 1969). Retrieved on 2017-01-27.
- Hu, Cherie (23 September 2017). "How India, The Global Music Industry's Sleeping Giant, Is Finally Waking Up". Forbes.
- Malvania, Urvi (21 April 2014). "Sony Music eyes numero uno position in India". Business Standard.
- [http://www.radioandmusic.com/content/editorial/news/sony-music-reunites-with-viacom18-bhaag-milkha-bhaag Sony Music reunites with Viacom18 for 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag']. Radioandmusic.com. Retrieved on 27 January 2017.