Uyire Uyire Song Lyrics

uyire uyire song lyrics

Male :  Uyirae uyirae vandhu ennodu kalandhuvidu
Uyirae uyirae ennai unnodu kalandhuvidu
Ninaivae ninaivae endhan nenjodu kalandhuvidu
Nilavae nilavae indha vinnodu kalandhuvidu
Kaadhal irundhaal endhan kannodu kalandhuvidu
Kaalam thaduthaal ennai mannodu Kalandhuvidu

Male : Uyirae uyirae vandhu ennodu kalandhuvidu
Ninaivae ninaivae endhan nenjodu kalandhuvidu

Male : En suvaasa kaatru varumpaadhai paarthu

Uyirthaangi naaniruppen
Malarkonda penmai vaaramal ponaal

Malaimeedhu theekkulippen
En uyir pogum ponaalum thuyarillai kannae

Adharkaagavaa paadinen
Varum edhirkaalam un meedhu

Pazhipodum pennae
Adharkaagathaan vaadinen
Mudhalaa mudivaa adhai un kaiyil koduthuvitten

Female : Uyirae uyirae indru unnodu kalandhuvitten
Uravae uravae indru en vaasal kadandhuvitten
Ninaivae ninaivae undhan nenjodu niraindhuvitten
Kanavae kanavae undhan kannodu karaindhuvitten

Male : Kaadhal irundhaal endhan kannodu kalandhuvidu
Kaalam thaduthaal ennai mannodu kalandhuvidu
Uyirae uyirae vandhu ennodu kalandhuvidu
Ninaivae ninaivae endhan nenjodu kalandhuvidu

Female : Oor paarvai paarthae uyirthandha penmai

Vaaraamal poyvidumaa
Oru kannil konjam valivandha podhu

Maru kannum thoongidumaa
Naan karumpaarai palathaandi veraaga vandhen

Kannaalan mugam Paarkkavae
En kadungaaval palathaandi kaatraaga vandhen

Kannaa un kural ketkavae
Adadaa adadaa indru kanneerum thithikkinradhae

Male : Uyirae uyirae vandhu ennodu kalandhuvidu
Uyirae uyirae ennai unnodu kalandhuvidu
Ninaivae ninaivae endhan nenjodu kalandhuvidu
Nilavae nilavae indha vinnodu kalandhuvidu

Female : Mazhaipol mazhaipol vandhu mannodu vizhundhuvitten
Manampol manampol undhan oonodu uraindhuvitten
Uyirae uyirae indru unnodu kalandhuvitten
Ninaivae ninaivae undhan nenjodu niraindhuvitten

A. R. Rahman

The Indian music industry has been dominated by Bollywood since it began in the early 20th century, but there are signs that things are changing. In recent years, Tamil Nadu has produced some of India’s most successful films, including Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. And now, the state is about to produce another blockbuster – a biopic of legendary musician A.R. Rahman.

In 2017, the Mumbai Mirror reported that Rahman had signed up to make his directorial debut with a film titled Thaana Serndha Kootam. At the time, he told the newspaper that he wanted to tell the story of how he got into making music. He also said that he hoped to use the project to promote South Indian cinema.

The film was supposed to start shooting in 2018, but Rahman never actually directed it. Instead, he left the project in September 2018. But now, according to the Economic Times, the biopic is finally set to begin filming later this month.

Rahman himself will play the titular role, while actress Shruti Haasan will star alongside him. She recently starred in the Tamil remake of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and she’ll next be seen in Vishal Bharadwaj’s upcoming horror film Unakkaga Ellarum Poovey.

The film is expected to wrap up in December 2020.

Early life

Rahman was born as A.S. Dileep Kumar on May 21st, 1949 in Kottayam, Kerala, India. His parents were Krishnan Nair and Kamalakshi Amma. He had three brothers named Krishna Menon, Rajan and Ramkumar. When he was 9 years old, his father died due to illness. Because of this, his family had no money to live off. Therefore, he rented out his father’s musical instruments and used it as his main source of income.

At age 10, Rahman went to another school called MCN where he studied for one year. At age 12, he moved to Chennai to study western classical music at the School of Music, Anna University. In Chennai, he met his future wife Kareema, who was studying medicine there. They married in 1969 and moved to Bangalore, where Rahman continued his studies. There, he played in the orchestra of Malayan composer Mohan Vaidyanathan.

In 1973, Rahman received a scholarship to attend the Royal College of Music in London. While in England, he won a number of awards including “Best Performance Award”, “Rising Star Award”, and “Outstanding Achievement Award”. During his time in England, Rahman became friends with Indian musician Lata Mangeshkar. Upon returning to India, he taught music at the Government Music Institute.

After teaching for about a year, Rahman returned to Chennai to work as a soloist in concerts. Later, he worked as a conductor for the All India Radio Symphony Orchestra.

In 1979, Rahman founded the Kalakshetram Foundation, a foundation dedicated to preserving traditional Indian music. In 1980, he established the Kalakshetram Choir, a choir based in Chennai.

In 1981, Rahman formed the Kalakshetram Academy, a music college in Chennai. From 1982 to 1984, he served as director of the academy. Also during this period, he composed many songs for films such as Thulasi, Panchathantram and Sathyameva Jayathe.

From 1987 to 1990, Rahman directed the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA). In 1989, he wrote the song “Mazhavilalo Mazhavanthu” for the film Manithaneya Shruthi. In 1991, he composed the song “Naadodigal” for the film Bharatham. In 1992, he composed the song, “Kannum Karuppa” for the film Engeyum Kaattukurangu.


Rahman initially composed scores for different documentary films and jingles for Indian television channels. In 1987, while still known as Dileeps, he wrote music for advertisement jingles, such as those for the watch brand Allwyn. His compositions included “Kadhal Kadithal”, sung by S. Janaki, which became one of the most famous songs in India.

In 1992, he was asked by director Mani Ratanam to compose the score and sound track for his Tamil film Roja. This marked the start of his long association with the actor Kamal Haasan, whom he worked with again in Bharathiraja’s 1994 film Mouna Ragam.

The following year, Rahman won the National Film Award for Best Music Direction for the Malayalam film Kattumakkara. In 1995, he scored the song “My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves” for the movie Bombay, and it was subsequently used as the theme song for the Bollywood blockbuster Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.

In 1996, Rahman received another award for composing the original score for Iruvar. The same year, he composed the soundtrack for the Telugu film Ekkada Thaliya, starring Mohan Babu and Nagma. In 1997, he composed the music for the hit Hindi film Hum Aapke Hain Kaun and the Tamil film Kaaval

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