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Vaali's mortal remains consigned to flames

Acclaimed Tamil lyricist Vaali was cremated Friday at the Besant Nagar crematorium in Chennai. He died Thursday following respiratory problems. He was 82. On Friday, several members from the Tamil film fraternity, including Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan, paid their last respects to Vaali at his residence.

His book Azhagiya Singar was released a fortnight ago and his lyrics for 'Maryan' that released have been well received. In short, he was working hard till he was hospitalised. Vaali wrote more than 10,000 Tamil songs in a career spanning over five decades.

Some of his famous songs include 'Mukkabla' (Kadhalan), 'Maya Machindra' (Indian), 'Inji iduppazhaga' (Thevar Magan) 'Ennai Vilai Azhagae' (Kadhalar Dhinam), 'Ale Ale' (Boys) 'Oru Maalai' (Ghajini), to name a few. Before turning a lyricist, Vaali worked in All India Radio (AIR) for a brief period. He had also directed plays during his stint with theatre.

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