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Vairamuthu began his lyricist career through the Tamil film Soolam (1980) directed and produced by Oscar Movies M Baskar.Debuting in the film Nizhalgal (1980) with the lyrics for the song “Idhu oru Ponmalai Pozhudhu”, he has now about 5800 songs to his credit as of January 2009.His partnership with Academy Award Winning composer A. R. Rahman has resulted in critical praise, awards, and box office hits.
Vairamuthu was born to Ramaswamythevar and Angammal of Mettur in a middle-class family. When he was four, the village gave way to Vaigai Dam and the family moved to Vadugapatti village, community in Theni near Periyakulam.The ambience of the village is said to have inspired him to write poems. At the age of fourteen, he was inspired by Thiruvalluvar’s Thirukkural to write a venba compilation of poetry, strictly adhering to the yappu grammar rules of Tamil poetry.
While in his second year of BA and barely nineteen years of age, Vairamuthu published his maiden anthology Vaigarai Megangal. It was prescribed for study in Women’s Christian College. Thus, he achieved the distinction of a student poet whose work was taken into curriculum while he was still a student.
His second work, Thiruththi Yezhudhiya Theerppugal, in pudhu kavidhai (free verse) form was published in 1979. He made his film debut in the succeeding year when he set lyrics for Bharathiraja’s Nizhalgal.
On 2003, His selected versions of 58 Poems were translated in English by Balan Menon and were released as a book “A drop in Search of the Ocean: Best Poems of Vairamuthu”. And which was also translated into Hindi Version Bindu Sindhu Ki Oar
Vairamuthu holds the record of winning maximum number of National Film Award for Best Lyrics (six times). He is also a recipient of the Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. The “Tamil Development Society of Madras” conferred on him the title of Kaviyarasu in 1986. His Kaviraajan Kavidhai narrating Subramanya Bharathi’s life in Pudhu Kavidhai earned him the Bharathi Literature Prize.