Manickam Yogeswaran  

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Maanikkam Yogeswaran is a Sri Lankan Tamil musician and exponent of Carnatic music.

He has sung on the soundtrack to Stanley Kubrick's film Eyes Wide Shut (in a piece composed by Jocelyn Pook), thus becoming the first Tamil singer whose work has been featured in a Hollywood movie. He has also recorded the 133 chapters of the classic Tamil literary work the Thirukkural in 133 different ragas.





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