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Rajan–Nagendra
Rajan & Nagendra
Rajan-nagendra.jpg
Photo of Rajan & Nagendra brothers
Born
Rajan (born 1933 - 2020)
Nagendrappa (1935 - 2000)

Shivarampet, Mysore, Karnataka
OccupationMusic composers
Years active1952-1999
Rajan and Nagendra (Kannada: Kannada ರಾಜನ್ – ನಾಗೇಂದ್ರ ) were musicians who were prominent composers of film music in Kannada and Telugu cinema during the late 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s. Rajan, along with his brother Nagendra, created a niche for themselves for nearly four decades. The duo scored music for about 375 films, over 200 of them in Kannada and the remaining in other languages like Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Tulu, Hindi and Sinhala. They composed innumerable hits, hundreds of melodious tunes in their career spanning four decades. They also hold the record for the longest active musical pair in the industry.
Contents
1 Childhood
2 Early career
3 Composers
4 Composition
5 Awards and recognition
6 Nagendra's death
7 Current status
8 Discography
8.1 Kannada
8.2 Telugu
8.3 Tamil
8.4 Malayalam
9 See also
10 References
11 External links
Childhood
Rajan (1933 - 2020) and Nagendrappa (1935 - 2000) born in Shivarampet of Mysore in a middle-class musical family. Their father Rajappa was a harmonium and flute player who played background music for silent movies.
Within a short time, each of them attained proficiency in playing a different instrument – Rajan in violin and Nagendra in Jal tarang. Rajan used to listen to musical performances of eminent musicians at Choudayya Ramamandira in Mysore and hence got the opportunity to listen to music performances by Hindusthani, Karnatak, and western music in the Mysore palace. Later on Rajan came to Bangalore for his further educational studies.
Early career
In Bangalore Rajan studied in S.L.N. School in the K.R. Market area and later in Central High School. Rajan learnt the violin and appeared at the state level violin competition, where he secured the first place.
Both Rajan and Nagendra participated in public performances through Jaya Maruthi Orchestra. Meanwhile, Rajan got an offer to go to Madras. He took his brother along with him and they got an opportunity of learning the music trade under the aegis of H. R. Padmanabha Shastri, who was known for producing talkie movies at that time. This gave them significant exposure to the movie industry.
In 1951, Nagendra returned to Mysore and completed his matriculation. Then he joined P. Kalinga Rao, who was then a famous radio artiste. Within no time, Nagendra got an opportunity of singing for the movie 'Srinivasa Kalyana' along with Hindustani singer Ameer Bai.
Finally, Rajan–Nagendra became independent music directors when they scored music for the film Sowbhagya Lakshmi in 1952. This movie opened the doors of success and they never looked back for more than four decades. After 'Sowbhagya Lakshmi' came Vittalacharya's 'Chanchalakumari', 'Rajalakshmi' and 'Mutthaide Bhagya' in a series to pave the way for these would-be melody kings.
Composers
Rajan used to compose the melodies and set the notations for the orchestra. Nagendra used to dictate the lyrics and tune of the song to the singers.
They had a successful stint in Kannada film industry from early 50s till late 90s, but they started shining from 1973 with Gandhada Gudi songs becoming popular throughout Karnataka and dimmed in early 90s, when new generation music took over thus covering a span of two decades of lilting melodies that has been hugely popular till date in Karnataka and other states of South India.
In the 70s came super hits in a row like Nyayave Devaru, Gandhada Gudi, Devara Gudi, Bhagyavantaru, Eradu Kanasu, Naa Ninna Mareyalaare, Naa Ninna Bidalaare, Hombisilu, Bayalu Daari, Paavana Ganga, Giri Kanye and the list goes on.
In the 80s, they made the music for some Telugu films, including Maa Intayana Katha, Puli Bebbuli and Vayyari Bhamalu Vagalamari Bharathulu. They composed the music for about 70 Telugu films.
Further, they kept scoring consistently good music through the 90s and in the course, produced for movies like Mathe Haditu Kogile, Marali Goodige and Suprabhaata.
They also composed music for a TV serial 'Abhimaana' on Udaya TV.
Rajan–Nagendra made delightful songs in the Rajkumar-Lakshmi starrer Naa Ninna Mareyalaare and Eradu Kanasu, which starred Rajkumar, Manjula and Kalpana.
Hombisilu, starring Vishnuvardhan, was another big hit.
Rajan–Nagendra also did a series of films starring Anant Nag, and Lakshmi, notable among them being Naa Ninna Bidalaare, Benkiya Bale and Chandanada Gombe etc.
Naa Ninna Mareyalaare, Gandhada Gudi, Eradu Kanasu—these huge musical hits of the Kannada screen featured the music of Rajan–Nagendra. Their team was exceptionally good at composing cheerful love duets, although they did come up with a couple of sombre numbers like Baadi hoda balliyinda(P B Srinivas, Eradu Kanasu)
The lyricists who wrote unforgettable lyrics for them are late Hunasur Krishna Murthy, Uday Shankar, Vijiya Narasimha, Geetha Priya, Dodda Range Gowda, Vyasa Rao and many more. The prominent Telugu lyricists are Narayana Reddy, Dasarathi and late Vetoori Sundarama Murthy and many others. The most prominent Tamil lyricists are late Kanna Dasan and many more.
The main male vocalists who enriched the melody of their songs are late Ghantasala, Kala Govindarajan, P.B.Srinivas, Dr. Rajkumar, late Kishore Kumar, Balasubrahmanyam, Jesudas,B.R.Chaya, Rajesh Krishna and many more. The popular female vocalists are Bala Saraswati, Soolamangalam sisters, P. Leela, S.Janaki, Vaani Jayaram, Rani, L.R.Easwari, P.Susheela, Jikki, Chitra and many more.
Hundreds of Rajan–Nagendra songs were sung by Legendary singers P.B.Sreenivas, S. Janaki, Dr.Rajkumar, SPB. Almost all of them remain etched as the unforgettable melodies of Kannada Cinema. The Love songs of SPB-SJ-Rajan–Nagendra combination is considered to be heavenly. Such an everlasting haunting melodies Rajan–Nagendra pair created. The duo is also reported to have introduced another illustrious playback singer K. S. Chitra to the Kannada cinema back in the early 1980s.
Nagendra sang a couple of songs in his five-decade-long career. The most popular was Yaaru yaaru née yaaru for the comedian Narasimharaju. He also sang Nammoora santheli in the Jai Jagadish-Lakshmi starrer Gaalimaatu. Neeliya baninda tareya oorinda from Tony. Somehow his voice was typecast for comic scenes.
The pair directed music for about 400 films, more than 200 in Kannada alone and rest in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Tulu, and Sinhalese.
Most of the hit songs from Kannada movies were remade in Telugu.
Composition
Some unforgettable Rajan–Nagendra numbers:
Kannada:
Akashave beelali mele from Nyayave Devaru
Aakaasha deepavu neenu from Pavana Ganga
Aakaashadinda dharegilida from Chandanada Gombe
Aaseya bhaava olavina jeeva from Mangalya Bhagya
Aalaya Mrugalaya from Mrugalaya
Aralutide moha from Nanobba Kalla
Baanallu neene bhuviyallu neene from Bayalu Dari
Bandeya baalina belakaagi from Avala Hejje
Bisiladarenu Maleyadarenu from Benkiya bale
Beladinglondu hennagi bandanthe kande from Premanubandha
Beluvalda madilalli bevara hani biddaga from Beluvaladha Madilalli
Cheluveya andada mogake from Devara Gudi
Dundu mallige mathaadeya from Nanna Devaru
Ee bhaavageete ninagaagi haadide from Onde Guri
Ellelli Nodali Ninnane Kanuve from Na ninna mareyalare
Endendu ninnanu maretu from Eradu Kanasu
E Hrudaya Haadige from Suprabhata
Gopilola hey gopala from Nari munidare maari
Halliyadarenu shiva dilliyadarenu shiva from Mayor Muttanna
Hosa balige nee joteyade from Naa ninna bidalare
Indu enage govinda from Eradu Kanasu
Jeeva veene from Hombisilu
Kanasalu neene manasalu neene from Bayalu Dari
Kangalu vandane helide from Mugiyada Kathe
Kumkumaviruvude hanegaagi from Naaniruvude Ninaagaagi
Mamaravello Kogileyello from Devara Gudi
Manasu manasu ondadare from Preethi madu Tamasha nodu
Maneyanu Belagide Indu from Chandanada Gombe
Mathu chenna mauna chenna from Rama Lakshmana
Modalane dinave olide from Pavana Ganga
Muthina hanigalu' from Bayasade Banda Bhagya
Na haadalu neevu aadabeku from Kalla Kulla
Naa ninna mareyalaare from Naa ninna mareyalaare
Naliva gulabi hoove from Auto Raja
Nanna haadu nannadu from Suprabhata
Nanu neenu ondada mele from Na ninna bidalare
Navaduva Nudiye Kannada Nudi from Gandhadha Gudi
Neera bittu nelada mele from Hombisilu
Neralanu Kanada lateyante from Avala Hejje
Notadage nageya meeti from Parasangada Genda Timma
Omme ninnannu kann tumba from Gaali matu
Prema preethi nannusiru from Singapoorinalli Raja Kulla
Tam nam tam nam nannee manasu midiyutide from Eradu Kanasu
Tarikere yeri mele mooru kari kuri mari from Devara Duddu
Tera eri ambaradage from Parasangada Genda Timma
Thareyu baanige thaavare neerige from Biligiriya Banadali
Thai thai thai thai bangari from Giri Kanye
Yuga yugagale saagali from Hrudaya Geethe
Telugu:
Emo emo idhi (Aggi pidigu)
Ennenno Janmalabandham (Puja)
Ningi nela (Puja)
Pujaluseya (Puja)
Veena venuvaina sarigama (Intinti Ramayanam)
Intinti Ramayanam (Intinti Ramayanam)
Chinukula raali (Nalugu Sthambhalaata)
Manasa veena madhugeetam (Panthulamma)
Sirimalleneeva (Panthulamma)
Letha chaligalulu (Moodu mullu)
Neekosam yavvanamantha (Moodu mullu)
Neekallalo Snehamu (Prema Khaidi)
Aakaasam Nee Haddu Ra (Sommokadidhi Sokokadidhi)
Nagamalli Vo Teega Malli Vo (Nagamalli)
Kastandhuko (Rendu Rellu Aaru)
Viraha Veena (Rendu Rellu Aaru)
Parimalinchu Punnamilo (Puli Bebbuli)
Awards and recognition
Rajan–Nagendra are in the same class as Hindi cinema's popular composing duo Shankar-Jaikishen, Laxmikanth Pyarelal and Kalyanji-Anandji. They excelled composing technically flawless and violin-rich orchestral interludes, and enjoyed an equally long innings in the industry. It is no exaggeration that these two brothers were called the Kalyanji – Anandji of Kannada film music.
Their first award film in Kannada was
Eradu Kanasu in 1973–74 – State Award for Best Music Director
Parasangada Gendethimma in 1978–79 – State Award for Best Music Director
"Panthulamma" in 1979 – State Award for Best Music Director – Telugu Film, Nandi Best Music Award
They won many more awards from private and public associations such as south Indian film fans association, Chitra Rasikara Sangha, Karnataka films directors association, Kannada chalana chitra pathra karthara sanga, Madras Telugu academy, ugadi puraskara award, Abhinandana film awards Hydrabad kalasagar, Madras etc., Throughout south India. Many of their films have celebrated hundred days and silver jubilees.
Nagendra's death
Nagendra, the younger one of the two brothers who gave Kannada cinema some of its most memorable hits, died of a stroke in Bowring & Lady Curzon Hospitals, Bangalore, on 4 November 2000. He was being treated for hernia, but later developed complications from high blood pressure and diabetes.
Current status
Mr. Rajan is continuing his work along with his son R Ananth kumar. He has written a book titled "Haado suswara sangeetha" regarding an innovative notation system for music enthusiasts. They are also conducting music classes by name "Sapthaswaranjali" for vocal enthusiasts on Voice culturing & film singing.
Discography
Kannada
Year
Film title
Language
Remarks
1952
Sowbhagya Lakshmi
1953
Chanchala Kumari
Debut Film as Music Director
1954
Kanyaa Daana
1954
Rajalakshmi
1956
Muthaide Bhagya
1958
Maangalya Yoaga
1958
Mane Thumbida Hennu
1959
Manege Banda Mahalakshmi
1961
Naagaarjuna
1962
Ratnamanjari
1964
Mangala Muhurta
1964
Annapoorna
1964
Navajeevana
1964
Veera Sankalpa
1965
Paathala Mohini
1966
Eendu Ninnavane
1966
Mantralaya Mahatme
1966
Sri Kannika Parameshwari Katha
1967
Sathi Sukanya
1967
Anuraadha
1967
Bangaarada Hoovu
1967
Devara Gedda Maanava
1968
Adda Daari
1968
Pravaasi Mandira
1969
Mayor Muthanna
1970
Aaparaajithe
1970
Boregowda Bangalorige Bandha
1970
Kanneeru
1970
Muru Muttugalu
1971
Anugraha
1971
Nyayave Devaru
1971
Onde Kula Onde Daiva
1972
Bhale Huchcha
1972
Kulla Agent 000
Kishore Kumar sang for this movie
1972
Naari Munidare Maari
1972
Vishakanye
1973
Beesida Bale
1973
Cowboy Kulla
1973
Dharmapatni
1973
Gandhada Gudi
1973
Swayamvara
1974
Eradu Kanasu
Karnataka State Film Award for Best Music Director
1974
Mahaa Thyaga
1974
Prema Paasha
1974
Professor Huchuraya
1974
Sri Srinivasa Kalyana
1975
Beluvalada Madilaali
1975
Devara Gudi
1975
Kalla Kulla
1975
Mantra Shakthi
1976
Bayalu Daari
1976
Maangalya Bhagya
1976
Mugiyada Kathe
1976
Naa Ninna Mareyalare
1976
Vijaya Vaani
1977
Bayasade Banda Bhagya
1977
Bhagyavantharu
1977
Devara Duddu
1977
Pavana Ganga
1977
Taayiginta Devarilla
1978
Hombisilu
1978
Kiladi Jodi
1978
Kittu Puttu
1978
Madhura Sangama
1978
Parasangada Gendethimma
Karnataka State Film Award for Best Music Director
1978
Phoenix
1978
Singapuralli Raja Kulla
1979
Chandanada Gombe
1979
Maralu Sarapani
1979
Naa Ninna Bidalaare
1979
Naaniruvude Ninaagaagi
1979
Nanobba Kalla
1979
Preethi Maadu Tamashe Nodu
1979
Putani Agent 123
1980
Auto Raja
1980
Biligiriya Banadalli
1980
Kulla Kulli
1980
Manku Thimma
1980
Point Parimala
1980
Rama Lakshmana
1980
Rama-Parashurama
1981
Avala Hejje
1981
Chadurida Chitragulu
1981
Gaali Maathu
1981
Jeevakke Jeeva
1981
Koodi Baalidare Swarga Sukha
1981
Muniyana Maadari
1981
Prema Pallavi
1981
Premaanubandha
1981
Yava Hoovu Yara Mudigo
1982
Chalisuva Modagalu
1982
Archana
1982
Bettale Seve
1982
Nanna Devaru
1982
Paraajitha
1982
Tony
1983
Benkiya Bale
1983
Gayathri Maduve
1983
Ibbani Karagithu
1983
Jaggu
1983
Onde Guri
1983
Prema Parva
1984
Prema Saakshi
1984
Kalinga Sarpa
1984
Marali Goodige
1984
Maryade Mahalu
1984
Mooru Janma
1984
Olavu Moodidaga
1984
Onde Raktha
1984
Preethi Vatsalya
1984
Premigala Saval
1984
Yarivanu
1985
Bettada Hoovu
1985
Bidugadeya Bedi
1985
Giribaale
1985
Jeevana Chakra
1985
Kaadina Raja
1985
Sedina Hakki
1985
Shabdagalu
1986
Guri
1986
Mattondu Charithre
1986
Mrugaalaya
1986
Prema Gange
1986
Seelu Nakshatra
1986
Usha
Kannada
1986
Vishwa Roopa
1987
Aapadbaandava
1987
Inspector Kranti Kumar
1987
Karunamayi
1988
Arjun
1988
Dharmaatma
1988
Jananayaka
1988
Nammoora Raja
1988
Sambhavaami Yuge Yuge
1988
Suprabhatha
1989
Doctor Krishna
1989
Gagana
1989
Hrudaya Geethe
1990
Baare Nanna Muddina Raani
1990
Chapala Chennigaraya
1990
Ganeshana Maduve
1990
Kempu Surya
1990
Mathe Haditu Kogile
1990
Shivashankar
1991
Gandanige Takka Hendathi
1991
Gauri Ganesha
1991
Jagadeka Veera
1991
Mangalya
1991
Modada Mareyali
1991
Nagu Naguta Nali
1992
Aathma Bandhana
1992
Hatamari Hennu Kiladi Gandu
1992
Kaliyuga Seethe
1992
Mysore Jaana
1992
Nanna Shatru
1992
Ondu Cinema Kathe
1992
Prema Sangama
1992
Shivanaga
1993
Bahaddoor Hennu
1993
Huvondu Beku Ballige
1993
Jaga Mechida Huduga
1993
Jeevana Sangharsha
1993
Naanendu Nimmavane
1993
Suryodaya
1993
Urvashi Kalyana
1994
Bhutaayi Makkalu
1994
Gandhada Gudi Part 2
1994
Poorna Satya
1994
Yaarigu Haelbedi
1995
Bangaarada Kalasa
1995
Ganeshana Galate
1995
Giddu Daada
1995
Karulina Kudi
1995
State Rowdy
1995
Yama Kinkara
1996
Bangarada Mane
1996
Baalina Jyothi
1996
Suryaputra
1997
Choo Bhaana
1997
Janani Janmabhoomi
1998
Arjun Abhimanyu
1998
Bayalu Deepa
1998
Hrudayanjali
1998
Jagat Kilaadi
1999
Prema Prema Prema
Telugu
No
Year
Film title
Remarks
1
1959
Pelli Meedha Pelli
2
1960
Kanaka Durga Pooja Mahima
3
1960
Anna Chellelu
4
1962
Khaidhi Kannayya
5
1962
Madhana Kaamaraju Katha
6
1964
Aggi Pidugu
7
1964
Navagraha Pooja Mahima
8
1971
Varalakshmi Vratam
9
1975
Pooja (1975 film)
10
1977
Panthulamma
11
1978
Sommokadidi Sokokadidi
12
1979
Intinti Ramayanam
13
1980
Allari Baava
14
1980
Nagamalli
15
1980
Thathayya Premaleelalu
16
1981
Maa Pelli Katha
17
1981
Pranaya Geetham
18
1982
Manchu Pallaki
19
1982
Vayyari Bhaamalu Vagalamaari Bharthalu
20
1982
Naalugu Stambhalata
21
1982
Maa Intaina Katha
22
1983
Kotikkodau
23
1983
Moodu Mullu
24
1983
Puli Bebbuli
25
1983
Lanke Bindelu
26
1984
Raju Raani Jockey
27
1985
Anuraga Bandham
28
1985
Rendu Rella Aaru
29
1986
Aadapaduchu
30
1987
Raaga Leela
31
1988
Choopulu Kalisina Subhavela
32
1987
Raaga Leela
32
1991
Prema Khaidi
33
1991
Appula Appa Rao
Tamil
Ellorum Vazhavendum (1962)
Veettukku Veedu Vaasapadi (1979)
Malayalam
Kaattu Rani (1985)
Lady Teacher (1982)
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