K. S. Harisankar
Kannamangalam Sreekumar Harisankar (born 18 November 1993), popularly known as K. S. Harisankar, is an Indian playback singerand music producer who predominantly works in Malayalam cinema. Some of his popular songs are “Nilaavum Maayunnu” (“Ennum Eppozhum“), “Jeevamshamayi” (“Theevandi“), “Pavizhamazhaye” (“Athiran“), “Aval” (“Kakshi: Amminippilla“) and “Nee Himamazhayaay” (“Edakkad Battalion 06“)
Harisankar was born on 18 November 1993 to musicians Alappuzha K. S. Sreekumar and Kamala Lekshmi. He was trained by his grandmother K. Omanakutty and his father. He is the sororal grandnephew of musicians M. G. Radhakrishnan and M. G. Sreekumar.
His first song, “Kaatte Chaariya Vaathil”, for the 2014 film Karanavar was penned by O. N. V. Kurup and composed by Ouseppachan, but the first song which came out was “Payye Payye” from the film Ormayundo Ee Mukham.
Harisankar formed a band with his friends named Pragathi in 2015. It has become a near-constant pick for pro-shows in Thiruvananthapuram. His brother Ravisankar, a violinist, is also a part of the band.
Harisankar married Gadha Sidharthan on 21 May 2017 at Thiruvananthapuram.