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Inspired by stubbornness: Suchith Suresan

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANN IPE
Published Aug 13, 2016, 12:16 am IST
Updated Aug 13, 2016, 12:16 am IST
Singer-composer Suchith Suresan is inspired by the demanding, uncompromising musicians of Mollywood who push themselves to perfection
Suchith Suresan
 Suchith Suresan

Suchith Suresan  was wrapping up his recording for Gopi Sunder for a Telugu movie. When the call was made, he promised to call back once the schedule was over and he kept his word. Probably, the pleasure of singing a song was little lingering, singer Suchith sounded excited. “When I work with these musicians, I learn to push beyond limits. I don't see them compromise on any note, lyrics or music. It goes on till I get it right; and that inspires me,” says Suchith.

The singer started his musical journey with renowned musician Deepak Dev and since then, he has worked with known names such as Gopi Sunder, Rahul Raj and Rex Vijayan. His greatest Malayalam hit is ‘Pularumo’ from the movie Rithu. Suchith recently assosciated with Rahul for Sajid Yahiya’s IDI. He has also rendered some major numbers in Tamil and Telugu, including a number of Viay hits, including Vettaikaran.

 

On his initiation to music, he jokes that he never liked to learn anything and so he started making music to save that effort. “I never used to like learning. It was my parents who pushed me to learn classical music and I started liking it only when I was 15. During my graduation days in Madras Christian College, I and my friends formed a band Udan. When Deepak Dev heard our recordings, he got me my first chance in movie industry in 2008,” remembers Suchith.

Though he sings, he is not open to composing for movies. “If I ever make music, it will be under the banner of my band. At the moment, I have no plans to get into film music composition.”  However, he is open to any genre though prefers alternative and classical rock. “If you give me a plastic bottle, I will make music with it,” says Suchith brimming with positivity.

 

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