At home with Singer Krish | I spend most of my time in the studio | JFW Exclusive

Singer Krish takes a tour of his home in Chennai and talks about how his wife Sangeetha is very particular about the cleanliness and decor of the home.

Krish is an Indian actor and singer who has worked on Tamil and Telugu films. He was introduced to the Tamil Cinema as a playback singer by the successful duos Gautham Menon and Harris Jayaraj in Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu for the song "Manjal Veyyil". After beginning his career as a playback singer, he has subsequently also appeared in films as an actor

Krish married actress Sangeetha. They have a daughter Shiviya.

Actress Sangeetha is known for her works in Tamil and Malayalam. She made her acting debut in the mid-1990s, she is best known for her performances in the films Khadgam, Pithamagan, Uyir, and Dhanam. She is known as Rasika in Malayalam film industry.

Actress Sangeetha was a judge on Vijay TV's hit show Jodi No.1. She was one of the three judges along with Silambarasan and Sundaram in Jodi No.1 Season Two and with S.J.Suryaah and Sundaram in Jodi No.1 and with Jeeva and Aishwarya Dhanush in Jodi No.1 Season Three.

She was a guest judge during the finals of Vasantham Central's Indian dance competition "Dhool" held in Singapore in 2008. She was the anchor of Enga Veetu Mapillai show in Colors Tamil.

Krish has also been the judge for several Singing reality shows in Television.

During the initial months of his return to Chennai, Krish participated in stage shows and cultural events as a singer and was recruited by composer Ganesh Kumar to sing a western song for an album. Ganesh subsequently passed over Krish's details to music composer Harris Jayaraj.[5] Krish then made his playback singing debut in Tamil films by rendering the song "Manjal Veiyil" from Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu (2006), composed by Harris Jayaraj, alongside Hariharan. He subsequently collaborated with the composer on several other critically acclaimed songs including "June Ponal July Kaatru" from Unnale Unnale (2007), "Sakiyae" from Dhaam Dhoom, "Oru Mugamo" from Bheema and "Adiye Kolluthey" from Vaaranam Aayiram (2008).[2] His work saw him garner multiple Filmfare Award nominations, as well as securing a Vijay Award for Best Singer. He has also featured as a lyricist, penning two songs for the romantic comedy Kandaen (2011).[6]
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