Rajamouli's magnum opus Baahubali has finally hit the screens and rapidly finding its way to become the next biggest blockbuster in Telugu Cinema. While the entire team is obviously rejoiced and the Telugu Audience are rejoicing the pride of Telugu Cinema, let us shift gears and look about an inside story of one of the lyricists and the creator of Kilikili language of Kalakeya clan in this big venture. He is none other than popular Tamil lyricist Madan Karky who happens to be the son of legendary lyricist Vairamuthu.
This young sensational lyric writer had to see some setbacks in his career before. When versatile personality Prakash Raj tried to rope him in to pen songs for the Tamil version of Ulavacharu Biryani (Un Samayal Arayil in Tamil), Maestro Ilaiyaraaja has expressed his lack of interest to work with him. The reason behind Maestro's displeasure in working with Madan Karky is because he had differences with Vairamuthu (Madan karky's father) earlier in his career. Every Tamil Cinema fan knows about the wonders this magical duo Ilaiyaraaja and Vairamuthu created and how they set apart later.
Overcoming such difficult rejections, it is indeed commendable for Madan Karky to be determined and finding a way for new opportunities. Now the whole Tollywood is eyeing this youngster for his tremendous talent shown in Baahubali!