Prakash Nikki is a famous music composer from the country of India. Among music composing, he specifically works in the field of score and soundtrack. He initialized working in the area of music composing through the assistance of the movie Rowthiram which released to the public in the year 2011.Rowthiram was a motion picture made in the Tamil language. Gokul was the talented and new director of this film. It belonged to the action genre. The entire music and songs of Rowthiram were composed by the talented Prakash Nikki alone.
The destination where this got done was Hotel Green Park of the city of Chennai. The date was on 18 July 2011. Some of the names of the songs which were loved by the public widely are- ‘Maalai Mangum Neram’, ‘Golimaare’, ‘AdiyeUnKangal’, and ‘Senganthal’. Prakash Nikki composed the title music for the motion picture also. Out of these soundtracks, ‘Maalai Mangum Neram’ became immensely famous and loved. Famous lyricist, Thamarai wrote the lyrics of this melody and
Ranina Reddy sang it. He also contributed his musical talent for the 11th Chennai International Film Festival. He composed the main title song, i.e., the festival anthem of the event.
Andrea Jeremiah sang this melody.
Andrea Jeremiah is an Indian actress as well as a playback singer. Vallavan and Yuki also assisted her in singing the song. The second motion picture on which he worked was called Kalam. It belonged to the genre horror-thriller. It released in theatres in the year 2016 itself. The language in which the motion picture got made was Tamil. The songs belonging to this movie were inaugurated by him at 92.7 Big FM radio channel in Chennai. Some of the songs released in the film are ‘AnuvaiPhilanthaai’, ‘PuthuPuthu’, and ‘Maayam Kaana Vaaraiyo’. Roudram was another movie which he contributed extensively too. It was released to the public in the year 2012. He released the songs belonging to this motion picture in the city of Hyderabad.
The date on which this event occurred was 26th November 2011. ‘Materani Mounam’, ‘Golimaaro’, and ‘Saradaga Choopultho’ are some of the famous melodies which belong to this picture. Prakash Nikki initialized learning the skill of music when he was merely six years old. He studied Carnatic classical music. He also received education in playing the piano along with the Western classical music. The syllabus which he followed was from the reputed, prestigious college of the Trinity College of London.