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|Born||16 May 1977|
|Residence||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
Kabilan (born 16 May 1977) is a Tamil lyricist and poet.
|2001||Dhill||Un Samayal Aaraiyil|
|Narasimha||Innoru Desiya Geetham & Lala Nandalala|
|Alli Thandha Vaanam||Chenna Pattanam|
|2002||Pammal K. Sambandam||Sakalakala Vallavane|
|Vivaramana Aalu||Eeccha Eechambazham|
|Youth||Aal Thotta Boopathy|
|Arasu||Aalaana Dhegam Engum, Kattha Kattha & Malligai Malligai|
|Anbe Anbe||Malayala Karaiyoram|
|Parthiban Kanavu||Aalanguyil Koovum Rayyil & Enna Seyya|
|Whistle||Kirukka Kadhal Kirukka|
|Aahaa Ethanai Azhagu||Kannu Rendum|
|Kadhal Kisu Kisu||Kadhal Arimugama|
|Eera Nilam||Hey Sembaruthi|
|Boys||Ale Ale & Boom Boom|
|Anbe Un Vasam||Yengaavathu|
|Kadhal Kirukkan||Poove Mudhal Poove|
|Thathi Thavadhu Manasu||Kudukuduppai|
|2004||Gambeeram||Naanaga Naan & Oru Chinna Vennila|
|Madhurey||Machhan Peru Madhurey|
|M. Kumaran S/O Mahalakshmi||Yaaru Yaaru Ivano|
|Sachein||Gundu Manga Thoppukulle|
|Jithan||Kadhaliye & Ah Mudhal Akku Thaanada|
|February 14||Anantha Avasthai|
|Chanakya||Romba Azhagu & Tharuviya Tharamatiya|
|Bambara Kannaley||All Songs|
|Kokki||Yelo Yelo Kadhal|
|Unakkum Enakkum||Unn Paarvaiyil|
|Nee Venunda Chellam||Kannanai|
|Em Magan||Varaaru Vaararu|
|Jambhavan||Pen Alaiye & Ethanai Varusham|
|Pokkiri||Aadungada Yennai Suththi|
|Madurai Veeran||Nee Thaanadi|
|Ninaithale||Ilaiyaraaj A. R. Rahman|
|Nam Naadu||All Songs|
|Naalaiya Pozhuthu Unnodu|
|2008||Pirivom Santhippom||Medhuva Medhuva|
|Arai En 305-il Kadavul||Aavaram Poovukkum|
|Raman Thediya Seethai||Mazhai Nindra|
|2009||Villu||Hey Rama Rama & Vaada Maappilley|
|Guru En Aalu||Kadhal Kannadiyil & Kadhal Kolagalam|
|Vettaikaaran||Naan Adicha, Karigalan Kala & Puli Urumudhu|
|Kandhakottai||Unnai Kadhali Yendru|
|2010||Sura||Naan Nadanthal Athiradi, Vanga Kadal Ellai & Thamizhan Veera Thamizhan|
|Guru Sishyan||Aandava Andava, Kathara Kathara, Aataiyai Podu & Subaiya Subaiya|
|Avargalum Ivargalum||Idhu Oru Kadhal|
|Mudhal Idam||Pappara Pappara|
|Raa Raa||Aambalaina Dhillu|
|7aum Arivu||Yamma Yamma|
|2012||Aathi Narayana||Kanna Nee & Karuppayee|
|Marupadiyum Oru Kadhal||Salakku Salakku|
|Attakathi||Aasai Oru Pulveli & Aadi Pona Aavani|
|2013||Thulli Vilayadu||Ammadi Athadi|
|Arjunan Kadhali||En Uyire, Yaaro Yaaro, Yetho Yetho|
|2014||Madras||Aagayam Theepidicha, Chennai Vada Chennai|
|Thegidi||Yaar Ezhuthiyatho, Vinmeen Vithaiyil, Kangalai Oru, Neethaane|
|2015||I||Mersalaayiten, Ennodu Nee Irundhaal|
|Theri||Chella Kutti, Raangu|
|Kabali||Ulagam Oruvanukka, Vaanam Paarthen|
|2017||Bongu||Ambu Villada, Vella Kuthira|
|Kaala: Karikaalan||Katravai Patravai|
|Psycho(2019 film)||Unna nenachu|
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