கடினமான கேள்வியை கேட்டுவிட்டீர்கள் | இளையராஜா பி.ஹச்.அப்துல் ஹமீது நேர்காணல்
In this video, Music Director Ilayaraja shares about his experience during composing of "Oru Naal" song from the movie "Uravadum Nenjam". This audio conversation between Ilayaraja and B H Abdul Hameed was recording in Radio Ceylon station in Sri Lanka during Late 1970s.
B. H. Abdul Hameed (born 11 April 1949) is a Sri Lankan Tamil radio broadcaster, master of ceremonies, television host and film actor. He is known for his broadcasting career on Radio Ceylon, the oldest radio station in South Asia. Hameed has hosted many Tamil cultural events around the world. He joined a band of announcers who enjoyed iconic status across South Asia. Millions of listeners tuned into the radio station once known as Radio Ceylon which is regarded as one of the most popular Tamil radio stations in the nation. He made his acting debut in the 1976 Sri Lankan Tamil film, Komaligal which was a remake of a popular radio drama Komaligalin Kummalam and also emerged as a commercial success at the box office. Hameed also made a special appearance in the 2001 Tamil Indian film Thenali directed by K. S. Ravikumar. Now he is usually chosen as master of ceremony for many international-Tamil events, especially in Canada and Europe. He currently hosts the game show Rasigan aired on Kalaignar TV.
He occasionally works on other Tamil television channels across the world, such as Sun TV, Raj TV, TVI and Tamil One. He also served as a honourable patron for the historical landmark full-length Tamil film in Sri Lankan Tamil cinema after 40 years, Komaali Kings.
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