S.N. Prasad is a music director. He primarily works in Tamil films. He also worked in the other language films. His first film was
Yaamirukka Bayamey, the horror film which has released in the year 2014. In this film Krishna played a lead role, other actors such as Karunakaran,
Rupa Manjari, Oviya, Mayilsamy,
Bose Venkat, and
Yogi Babu also acted, directed by Dee Kay, edited by
Sreekar Prasad, and produced by
Elred Kumar, in the banner of RS Infotainments within the budget of five crores. Satellite rights of this movie would be bought by Zee Tamil television channel. The Hindu gave good reviews about this film. The Times of India rates 3 out of 5 stars for this movie. Rediff rates 2.5 out of 5 stars. S.N. Prasad got good reviews for his music of the movie.
In this film, fifteen new technicians were introduced and the shooting begins in Nainital. This film would be later remade as
Namo Boothatma in Kannada and next nuvve in Telugu. Prasad composed music for Namo Boothatma, the Kannada version of this film. He told that working in this film has been excited him, and he learns a lot. He thanks his director Deekay, producer Elred, singers, lyricist and musical instrument players and all others those who were work in this film with him. Prasad worked in the movies such as Yaamirukka Bayamey, Veera (Krishna plays a lead role), Namo Bootaatma,
Kavalai Vendam and so on. The same team worked in Kavalai Vendam film. Boby Simha (Jigardhanda film actor) acts in a guest role in this movie.
Music becomes the major section for all pictures especially horror and thriller cinema, music improves the visual experience of the movie. S.N. Prasad got good reviews for his first film Yaamirukka Bayamey. His music did fine in both songs and background sounds. Prasad learns music in K.M. Music school of A.R. Rahman who is the famous music director and an Oscar award winner for his work. In an interview, Prasad says that the songs of the Yaamirukka Bayamey film were based on the different situations, they are wonderfully included into the screenplay by the director Deekay, and he feels that he has the poise to express the accurate manner of emotions through his music.