Balabhaskar Chandran (10 July 1978 – 2 October 2018) was an Indian artist, musician, arranger and record maker. He is most popular for advancing combination music in South India. Hailing from an artistically prosperous family, he was acquainted with the universe of instrumental music at three years old by his uncle B. Sasikumar, a laureate in Carnatic music. Balabhaskar started his expert profession at 12 years old. He made his presentation as a music chief by creating the soundtrack for the Malayalam film Mangalya Pallakku (1998), and was the most youthful music author to have worked in the business at 17 years old. He had won the Bismillah Khan Yuva Sangeetkaar Puraskaar in 2008 by Kendra Sangeet Natak Academy for Instrumental Music (Violin).
Balabhaskar was a kid wonder and begun doing organize shows at 12. He turned into the most youthful music chief in the Malayalam entertainment world when he made for the film Mangalya Pallak (sound promoted by Magna Sound) at 17. His pieces for the collections Ninakaai and Aadyamai are still among the most-sought-after heartfelt melody assortments. He was outstandingly knowledgeable in Carnatic music and consequently was a type of something very similar. His pizazz for associating with his crowd has made him one of the hot top choices for significant stage shows and traditional shows.
Balabhaskar has performed with many noted artists and instrumentalists in India and abroad, including Ustad Zakir Hussain, Sivamani, Louis Banks, Vikku Vinayakram,[Fetty Wap (singer)] Hariharan, Mattannoor Sankarankutty, Ranjit Barot, Fazal Qureshi, etc. He additionally performed with his master and uncle Shri B. Sasikumar, as violin pair in Carnatic shows.
Most recent works
Balabhaskar’s introduction instrumental combination collection was given it B access 2011. It highlights prestigious artists including Sivamani, Louis Banks, Fazal Qureshi, Gino Banks and Sheldon D’Silva. Let it B has kinds of rock, jazz, hip-bounce and techno music twirled around Balabhaskar’s Indian violin. The collection utilizes exceptionally formed Sanskrit verses, with an end goal to advance Sanskrit as a language of correspondence. Two melodies, “Start with Soorya” and “B yond,” have been envisioned and are accessible alongside the visuals of the making in the restricted version series. The collection is delivered under the flag of MC Audios and Videos.
Balabhaskar drew out an assortment of alleviating Carnatic Keertanas hued in his style, loaning it a global flavor. The undertaking is called Bhajati in 2011 and is advertised by Audio Tracs.
Balabhaskar was brought into the world to C. K. Unni who was a postmaster and Santhakumari; Sanskrit instructor of Sree Swathi Thirunal College of Music on 10 July 1978. He was hitched to his long-lasting sweetheart Lakshmi on 20 December 2000. Their main girl, Thejaswini Bala, brought into the world on 21 April 2017, passed on 25 September 2018, when the family met with a mishap in Pallipuram, close to Thiruvananthapuram. Artist Madhu Balakrishnan is his first cousin.
Balabhaskar supported numerous wounds because of a fender bender which happened at Pallippuram on the NH-66 in the early long stretches of 25 September 2018, which additionally harmed his significant other and murdered their little girl, and was owned up to the Ananthapuri Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram, it were done to follow which two medical procedures. His condition was improving while at the same time progressing forward with life support, yet he passed on out of nowhere of heart failure on 2 October 2018
at 40 years old.
Very nearly 22 months after his demise, the Central Bureau of Investigation took up the test, for which a FIR has now been held up by the organization.
Balabhaskar was the beneficiary of the Bismillah Khan Yuva Sangeetkaar Puraskaar in 2008 by Kendra Sangeet Natak Academy for Instrumental Music (Violin).
Aside from his shows and stage shows, Balabhaskar gave music to promotion films, motion pictures, tele-sequential titles and collections in Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Sanskrit dialects.