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Savitha Reddy in 2014
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
|Residence||Adyar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
Savitha Reddy made her debut with Jeans lending her voice to Aishwarya Rai's character. She also dubbed in Malayalam for Tamil-speaking characters that include Lakshmi Rai for Annan Thambi & Gauthami Nair for Diamond Necklace.
An M.B.A. graduate who majored in advertising from Annamalai University, she first received attention when Shankar selected her to dub for Aishwarya Rai in Jeans. In Telugu, her first work was for Simran in Kalisundam Raa and later she went on to dub for her in all most all the films. She has dubbed for Aarthi Agarwal from her debut film Nuvvu Naaku Nachav, "I got the Nandi award for this film," recalls Savitha. She lent voice for Trisha's first Telugu film, Varsham, Richa's in Nuvve Kavali, and for Asin in Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi, she has dubbed mostly for Simran, Jyothika and Trisha. Her major works are Thulladha Manamum Thullum, Priyamanavale, Panchathantiram, Kushi, Dhool, Chandramukhi,and Sillunu Oru Kaadhal. In the movie Deiva Thirumagal she lent her voice for Amala Paul whereas her daughter lent her voice for Sara Arjun.
She dubbed for Jyothika Saravanan in the Telugu version of blockbuster movie Chandramukhi and for Simran & Jyothika Saravanan in 12B. She had also dubbed for actress Nina's character in Chitti serial. Actress Sneha in her interview to Tamil magazine Kungumam's Thozhi said that Savitha is among the top 5 women who she admires most.
As playback singer
|Year||Title||Film||Language||Composer||Co - artist|
|1999||"Suthi Suthi"||Padayappa||Tamil||A. R. Rahman||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam & Harini|
|2003||"Nuvvenmaya Chesavokaani"||Okkadu||Telugu||Mani Sharma||Shreya Ghoshal|
|2003||"Aruna Runaam"||Pithamagan||Tamil||Ilaiyaraaja||Old Songs Medley|
|2004||"Oru Azhagana"||Perazhagan||Tamil||Yuvan Shankar Raja||Suriya & Mathangi|
|2005||"Chi Chi Chi"||Majaa||Tamil||Vidyasagar||Shankar Mahadevan & Harini|
|2009||"Vaada Maappilley"||Villu||Tamil||Devi Sri Prasad||Tippu, Vadivelu & Rita|
- "Star voices". The Hindu. 4 May 2004. Retrieved 19 February 2014.
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