Saindhavi

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Saindhavi (born 3 January 1989) is a Carnatic music singer and an Indian film playback singer.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

She began her career at age 7 and started performing at the early age of 9. Her strength in Carnatic music helped her in performing in various temples and traditional venues. She has her expertise in Carnatic classical and Film Music.

Personal life[edit]

She completed her schooling at Chettinad Vidyashram School in RA Puram, Chennai, India and went on doing Sociology and Psychology. Saindhavi married her schoolmate and composer G V Prakash Kumar on 27 June 2013 in Chennai, India.

Discography[edit]

As a playback singer, Saindhavi has sung several songs in Tamil films, serials and albums. She began performing at the age of 12. She is one of the youngest singers who excels in both classical and light forms of music. Some of her Tamil film songs are:[3]

Song Title Film Album Composer Note
Poga Poga Boomi Virikirathe Pattiyal Yuvan Shankar Raja
Randakka Anniyan Harris Jayaraj
Achu vella karumbae Thotti Jaya Harris Jayaraj
Kannan Manivannan Paramasivan
Ippo illatti eppo Aadhi
Kelamal Kaiyile Azhagiya Tamil Magan A R Rahman
Kannamoochi Aatam Kannamoochi Yenada Yuvan Shankar Raja
Innisai Alabedaiye Varalaru
Manjal Mugame ABCD
Jillena Veesum Poongatru Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru
Kadhal Vandhum Saravana
Adada Mazhaida Paiyaa Yuvan Shankar Raja Edison Award for Best Female Playback Singer
Thanjavoor Jillakkari Sura
Aaruyire Aaruyire Madharasapattinam G V Prakash
En Nenju Uthama Puthiran
Ready Readya Mappillai
Onnu Rendu Mappillai
Vizhigalil Oru Vaanavili Deiva Thirumagal G V Prakash
Veliginadoka Vanavill Nanna
Pirai Thedum Mayakkam Enna Mirchi Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year

Vijay Music Award for Popular duet of the year

Naan sonnadhum mazhaivandhucha Mayakkam Enna
Ippadi Mazhai Adithaal Vedi
Thaiya Thaka Vettai
Manasellam Mazhaiye Saguni G V Prakash
Nenjukkulle Sundarapandian
Uyirin Uyire Thaandavam G V Prakash SIIMA Award for Best Female Playback Singer
Yaro Ivan Udhayam NH4 Edison Award for Best Female Playback Singer
Kadhal Varum Varai Sundattam
Yaar Indha Saalai Oram Thalaivaa
Nee Yaaro Yaaro Raja Rani
Vinmeen Vithayil Thegidi
Kadhal Cassatta Kappal
Paarthu Kondae Sandamarutham
Yennachu Yedhachu Trisha Illana Nayanthara
Pen Maegam Polavae Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam
Hawa Hawa "Sethupathi (film)" "Nivas K. Prasanna'
En Jeevan Theri
Thavikkiren Vanothan album Saitharsan

In Telugu, she sang "Maamidi komma ki" in Sekhar Kammula's film Avakai Biryani, "Yedho" in Sasirekha Parinayam, "Premadesam Yuvarani" in Shakti (starring jr. NTR and Hemachandra, Sutiga Choodaku in Ishq, a Telugu movie. In Kannada, she sang "Mussanje rangalli" and "Beladingalante minu minuguta" in the movie Psycho, which became a super-hit.[4]

She has sung title songs for the TV series Idhu oru kaadhal kadhai, Edhir neechal, Chellamay Chellam and Magalir Mattum. She is also one of the lead vocalists in the popular series of albums Sacred Chants by Kosmic Music. Her devotional album on Lord Krishna titled "Alilayil Urangukinra Mayakkannane" was released in 2012 by Gaananjali Recordings.

List of Telugu movies

Song Title Film Composer
Naalo Nenena Baanam Mani Sharma
Chinnadana nikosam Ishq Anoop Rubens
Sutiga Choodaku Ishq Anoop Rubens
Prema Desam Shakti Mani Sharma
Lovely Lovely Lovely Anoop Rubens
Murali Lola Prasthanam Mahesh Shankar
Yedho Yedho Sasirekha Parinayam Mani Sharma & Vidyasagar
Mudde Pettu Don (2007 film) Raghava Lawrence
Arere Vaana Awaara Yuvan Shankar Raja
Makathika Khaleja Mani Sharma
Yelagelaga Parugu Mani Sharma
Railu Bandi Gangotri (2003 film) M.M.Keeravani
Nachave Kasko Premgi Amaren
Telisinadhi Janda Pai Kapiraju G.V.Prakash Kumar
Kannulo vunnavu Theri (Policeodu) G.V.Prakash Kumar
Mamidi kommaki Avakai Biryani Manikanth Kadri

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Saindhavi - Profile - Chennaiyil Thiruvaiyaru". Lakshman Sruthi. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Singer Saindhavi profile". IndiaGlitz. 31 May 2007. Retrieved 11 May 2010.
  3. ^ "Saindhavi Tamil songs. Saindhavi music videos, interviews, non-stop channel". Raaga. Retrieved 2012-03-08.
  4. ^ [1]
  5. ^ Songs on Lord Krishna by Saindhavi

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