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Hariharan took the Indian musical scene by storm in 1996 with his phenomenally successful "Colonial Cousins" album, a collaborative effort with Leslie Lewis. This Indian-English fusion album, which consistently topped the Indian musical charts in 1996 and even became the first Indian act to be featured on MTV Unplugged, won Hariharan the international fame that had eluded him in his more than 15-year career as a recording artiste.
Blessed with a mellifluous voice and impeccable musical skills - Hariharan was trained both in Carnatic and Hindustani music - this Tamilian from Bombay first made his mark in an unconventional way - as a ghazal singer. But his fame was restricted to a small coterie of dedicated ghazal fans. Hariharan has also long sung for Hindi films and for Tamil films since 1993 but, ironically, it was an album in which he has sung in English that catapulted him to the heights of fame. )
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