Varun Unni

Varun Unni is an Indian composer and singer. He made his film composing debut in 2012, with the Malayalam film Annum Innum Ennum. He has been predominantly composing for television commercials besides having sporadic music video releases.

Indian composer and singer (born 1989)

Varun Unni
Background information
Born (1989-07-15) 15 July 1989 (age 32)
Kochi, Kerala, India
Genres Film score, OST, soundtrack, jazz, rock, blues, Indian music, Hindustani music
Occupation(s) Film composer, music director, singer
Instruments keyboard, piano, drums
Years active 2012–present
Musical artist

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Varun Unni was born on 15 July 1989 in Kochi, Kerala. He did his schooling at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Vaduthala in Kochi and went on to graduate from engineering at Adi Shankara College of Engineering, Kalady.

Although devoid of any background in films, Varun’s first priority was always film music. After training at Kalabhavan, he went on to work with bands like Highway Haze and Flying Squad. He lists Bob Marley and Eric Clapton as his greatest influences.[1]

Though his debut film bombed at the box office, Varun’s debut work “Ayyo” from Annum Innum Ennum was noticed.[1] His second film with the same team failed again at the box-office. He shifted focus to composing jingles for advertisement films and associated with famous brands like Chemmanur and MCR. In 2017, he was offered the Kannada film Kempegowda-2, a spin-off of Kempe Gowda, the Kannada remake of Singam. The film opened to a favourable response and Varun subsequently signed more films in Kannada, including Kongka Pass with the same team.

In 2013, Varun produced a social cause album titled Smile featuring five singles by Shwetha Mohan as well as songs by upcoming singers Suchith Suresan and Yazin Nizar. It was released by the indie music label Tune4 Music.[2]

In 2017, Varun Unni composed the music for the music movie Second Rain (Peyyum Mazhaye), produced and directed by Lijo Augustin, with cinematography by A. Kumaran of Thanga Magan fame.

The video also featured Arundhati, who starred in the Tamil film Saithan. The lyrics and video of the song narrate a tale of romance where rain acts as the predominant backdrop to important moments in the love story of a young couple. The video also features a short climactic fight sequence, for which Varun composed the background score.

The song was released via Muzik 247. The vocals were by Shweta Mohan and Ranjith, with programming by Ashwin Sivadas.[3][4][5]

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