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Pradip Somasundaran
Pradip Somasundaran (born January 26, 1967 at Nelluvaya, Thrissur, Kerala) , also known as Pradeep Somasundaram, is a playback singer and a lecturer in Electronics from Kerala, India.
A Post Graduate Degree holder in Electronics, Pradip Somasundaran is working as a Senior Lecturer & Head of Department of Electronics at the Govt. College of Applied Science,Vadakkencherry, Palakkad, Kerala managed by Institute of Human Resources Development. He is also involved in the use and promotion of GNU/Linux & Free Software. He was involved in the programs by Free Software Foundation Kerala, on the occasion of the visit of Richard M. Stallman to Coc
Pradip Somasundaran started training in Carnatic Music at an age of 12, and started giving stage performances at the age of 16. A noteworthy person among his music teachers is Shri. V Gopalan of Trichur. He is a Graded artist in All India Radio and Doordarshan. He sings classical Carnatic Music, Ghazals and Devotional songs in Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, English and Japanese languages. He has also given musical performances out of India in countries like UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Quatar and Japan. He has also performed with major playback singers in Kerala and Bollywood like K.J. Yesudas, Jayachandran, M.G. Sreekumar, K. S. Chitra, Sujatha Mohan, Madhuri, P. Susheela, Sunidhi Chauhan, and many singers of the younger generation
Pradip's singing talents were discovered by the late Ravindran who gave him the first break in films with the evergreen "Samayam Manoharam" in the film "Ezhuthachan" in 1992. This song proved his strong classical music base. This was much earlier than "Meri Awaz Suno". Even after "Meri Awaz Suno", it was again Ravindran who first used his voice for a film. Later he rendered many songs for him. He has also sung for Johnson, another reputed Music director of Malayalam Films. The song "Muthe Ninne Thedi" a romantic duet with "Minmini" from the Dileep starrer "Manasam" was a big hit in 1997. "Punyam Pularna" a Ravindran song from "Kalyanappittennu" a Dileep Starrer was also a hit. He has also sung for "Mohan Sitara" & "Ilayaraaja". This singing Lecturer still continues to amaze and enchant the Malayalees and continues searching for innovative means of popularising good music. His [music blog] is an example for his virtuosity and innovation. He also composes music and is a member of the online musical venture Blogswara for which he has composed and sung songs
Pradip Somasundaran has won many prizes in music at the College, University and Inter-University levels during the course of his education
Pradip Somasundaran
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Pradip Somasundaran