Indian composer wants to open music school in MalaysiaApril 14th, 2010 - 1:44 pm ICT by IANS
Kuala Lumpur, April 14 (IANS) Popular south Indian composer Vijay Anthony wants to open a music college in Malaysia to train budding musicians.
Anthony was speaking to reporters after meeting students of the Winfield International College here Tuesday.
Vijay is in Malaysia to promote a Malaysia unity cultural concert, which will be held here April 24, Tamil daily Makkal Osai reported.
His compositions for two Tamil films - ‘Ninaithale Innikum’ and ‘Vettaikaran’ - were huge hits among Malaysian fans. He has also acted in ‘Naan’, which will be released soon.
Tamils form the bulk of the ethnic Indian community in Malaysia.
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