Shakthisree Gopalan is an Indian vocalist, songwriter and performer, famous for her collaborations with the top south-Indian music directors/composers like A.R. Rahman, etc. Aside from the film music She has been making a substantial impact in the independent music scene, performing with various bands over the years dabbling in Pop, R'n'B, trip-hop and jazz. Alongside her success in the Indian film music industry she has been performing and releasing music independently in multiple languages. At the age of 13, Shakthisree Gopalan was already trained in the field of Carnatic music and rock.
Those who watched the Jeyam Ravi – Arvind Swamy starrer Thani Oruvan would have come home humming the romantic tune of Kannala Kannala; the name behind the voice is Kaushik Krish who is all of 25 and is already on a high in his musical career. Confessing to have nurtured a childhood ambition of being a singer and music composer since his growing up days as a kid, Kaushik couldn't have asked for anything more when his voice was recognised by many and soon became a hit at the age of 22. His romantic voice in the song Kannala Kannala in the Arvind Swamy starrer Thani Oruvan is still being talked about and he's already a popular name to reckon with in the South Indian film industry.
Vishnupriya found her passion for music at the age of 9 which led her parents to enroll her in music school. She trained in carnatic, hindustani and western classical. In 2013, she began her career as a playback singer with the song Chellakutty in the movie Vallavanukku Pullum Aayudham composed by Siddharth Vipin. In 2016, she was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu for the song Parashunara from the movie Dhruva along with Padmalatha. The song Everest Anchuna from the 2019 film Maharshi has become an instant chartbuster, with 1.8 million views in YouTube within a day of its preview video release.