Vocalist Wins Santhosham Film Award

Sangeetha Ravindranth has sung for movies like Victory,Simple Agondh Love Story, Namaste Madam and Janma

Published: 23rd September 2014 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd September 2014 06:04 AM   |  A+A-


BANGALORE: Sangeetha Ravindranth, an upcoming play back singer from Mysore, won the Santhosham Film Awards 2014 for the Best Female Playback Singer, Kannada category recently.

Born to M S Ravindranath, an accounts officer at KPTCL and Jyothi Ravindranath, an employee of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Sangeetha started her Carnatic classical music training under the guidance of Koviladi Kala and light music training under Raju Ananthaswamy.

Later, she joined Gurukrupa Sangeetha Kendra for light music training under Madikeri Nagendra and Indrani Anantharam. Sangeetha is also trained in Hindusthani classical music. In 2012, she joined the Majolly Music Trust, Bangalore.

Today, at the age of 24, Sangeetha has already blossomed as an accomplished singer with a laudable set of credentials. She is a full-fledged playback singer and has rendered her voice in many Kannada movies like Victory, Simple Agondh Love Story, Janma, B3, Namaste Madam and more.

She has also dubbed for actress Radhika in Sweety Nanna Jodi.

Trained by a renowned concert pianist and composer Neecia Majolly, Sangeetha also recently emerged as the Karnataka state topper in her Grade 6 Pop Vocals Music Exam conducted by London College of Music.

“The best moment was when Neecia ma’am read out the marks card for me and with a grin on her face told me that I topped the state in pop vocals,” Sangeetha said.

In addition to movies, Sangeetha is also an All India Radio artist and performs frequently for Bangalore Akashavani.

Sangeetha is also a regular performer for many local TV channels.


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