K. S. Harisankar
Kannamangalam Sreekumar Harisankar (conceived 18 November 1993), famously known as K. S. Harisankar, is an Indian playback singerand music maker who dominatingly works in Malayalam film. A portion of his well known tunes are Nilaavum Maayunnu (Ennum Eppozhum), Jeevamshamayi (Theevandi), “Pavizhamazhaye” (Athiran), Aval (Kakshi: Amminippilla) and Nee Himamazhayaay(Edakkad Battalion 06).
Harisankar was brought into the world on 18 November 1993 to artists Alappuzha K. S. Sreekumar and Kamala Lekshmi. He was prepared by his grandma K. Omanakutty and his dad. He is the sororal grandnephew of performers M. G. Radhakrishnan and M. G. Sreekumar.
Harisankar sang for the film Saphalyam with K. J. Yesudas at four years old in 1997 and for the reflection collection Sabarimala with M. G. Sreekumar in 1998. He graduated BDS from PMS College of Dental Science and Research, Vattapara, and rehearsed at a facility for quite some time. Then, at that point, he quit from clinical rehearsing and zeroed in on katcheris and film tunes.
Harisankar is the champ of the AIR old style rivalry in 2008 and a certify Grade B artiste. He won the Kerala provincial last of the M. S. Subbulakshmi Award 2016 held in Kochi. His most memorable tune, “Kaatte Chaariya Vaathil”, for the 2014 film Karanavar was written by O. N. V. Kurup and created by Ouseppachan, yet the primary tune which came out was “Payye” from the film Ormayundo Ee Mukham.
Harisankar framed a band with his companions named Pragathi in 2015. It has turned into a close consistent pick for supportive of shows in Thiruvananthapuram. His sibling Ravisankar, a musician, is likewise a piece of the band. Harisankar likewise lets singles and covers out of his YouTube channel.
Harisankar married Gadha Sidharthan on 21 May 2017 at Thiruvananthapuram.
- 2019 – SIIMA for Best Male Playback Singer (Malayalam) for the song Pavizhamazhaye from Athiran