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Krishna Iyer

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Krishna Iyer

Krishna Iyer (born March 20) is a Tamil cinema "Kollywood" playback singer from Chennai, India. His rendition of "En Uchi Mandaila" from the Illayathalapathi film Vettaikaran, composed by Vijay Antony and starring Vijay, topped the music charts for many weeks in 2009. His first entry into the Tamil music industry was through the movie Kanthaswamy, starring Chiyaan Vikram. Krishna rendered the rap portion of the song "En Peru Meenakumari," scored by noted music director Devi Sri Prasad. He has several star night shows and TV programs to his credit. Krishna Iyer has performed in several live shows across the globe. His most recent singing credits include Harris Jayaraj's "Google Google" from Thuppakki, which he sang along with actor Vijay. A recent song, "Yaelae Yaelae Dosthu D" for Harris Jayaraj, from the movie Endrendrum Punnagai, topped the iTunes India chart for some time.

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