Wilbur Sargunaraj

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Wilbur Sargunaraj
Vannakam Wilbur Sargunaraj.jpg
Born Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Website www.wilbur.asia

Wilbur Sargunaraj (born 7 July 1977) (Tamil: வில்பர் சற்குணராஜ்) is an Indian performing artist and celebrity.


Sargunaraj was raised in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. His father is from Tirunelveli district and his mother is from Madurai district. He is considered to be one of the first YouTube celebrities in India.[1][2]


Sargunaraj has produced the film Simple Superstar, which was released in 2013.[3] It was screened at the Calgary International Film Festival in 2013.[4] He was also the inspiration behind the movie "Indian".


Feeling Genki (2015)

  1. "Introduction Vazhthugal"
  2. "The Village Way"
  3. "Feeling Genki"
  4. "First Class Nuts"
  5. "It's Time to Fly"
  6. "What Is Wot"
  7. "Girl Arise"
  8. "Boda Boda" (feat. Seni)
  9. "Mirror Mirror On the Wall"
  10. "I Am Your Friend" (feat. DJ Deli)

Simple Superstar full-length LP (2011)

Stumped Ashes compilation by Universal Music Australia (2009)

Wilbur Sargunaraj - self-titled debut album (2009)

  1. "Vannakam"
  2. "Love Marriage"
  3. "Mr. Melanin Man"
  4. "Blog Song"
  5. "Go Fly a Kite"
  6. "Cobra Cobra"
  7. "C-R-I-C-K-E-T"
  8. "Dance in Dubai"
  9. "First Class Meat"
  10. "Mark of a Man"
  11. "Wilbur dot asia"
  12. "Cobra Tanze" (German Re-mixing)
  13. "Hockey in Canada"
  14. Enthiran 3.1


  1. ^ Anwer, Javed. "Meet India's first YouTube star". Times of India. Retrieved 1 November 2015.
  2. ^ Soni, Aayush. "New star on the Net". Business Standard. Retrieved 1 November 2015.
  3. ^ Kamath, Sudhish (6 December 2013). "How to… meet Wilbur". The Hindu. Retrieved 1 November 2015.
  4. ^ "Simple superstar". www.calgaryfilm.com. Retrieved 1 November 2015.

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