Vandana Srinivasan

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Vandana Srinivasan
Birth nameVandana Srinivasan
Born22/05/1988
GenresCarnatic music
Occupation(s)Playback singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2011–present
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/Vandanasrinivasanmusic

Vandana Srinivasan is an Indian playback singer, working mainly as an independent singer and for the South Indian film industry especially kollywood.

Biography[edit]

Vandana began training in the Carnatic Classical music at an early age from her Guru, Mrs. Seetha Krishnan till she finished high school. She moved to Madras, India, in 2006 to major in Psychology at Women's Christian College (University of Madras). Here, she trained in the Hindustani Classical music under her Guru, Mrs. Tanushree Saha. She moved to London in 2009 to pursue a postgraduate degree in Organizational & Social Psychology from the London School of Economics & Political Science. She was exposed to various musical influences in London and she particularly enjoyed exploring Bangla music. Following her return to Madras in early 2011, she is currently establishing herself as an independent musician and a playback singer.[1] She runs her collaboration initiative - Musicalorie Pruductions- and is actively involved in working with different artists. Vandana is married to Anand Pattathil, a business man from Cochin and is settled in Chennai.

Discography[edit]

Playback Singing

Year Album Song Composer
2019 Brochevaarevaruraa Talapu Talupu Vivek Sagar
2019 Natasaarvabhowma Thaaja Samachara D. Imman
2018 Kadaikkutty Singam Sandakkari D. Imman
2017 Adhaagapattadhu Mahajanangaley Idhukkuthaane D. Imman
2017 8 Thottakkal Nee Illai Endraal Sundaramurthy KS
2017 Pottu Adi Podi Sandali Amrish
2016 Aarambamey Attakaasam Thiruda Thiruda Jaya K Doss
2016 Guppedantha Prema Sakhiya Sakhiya Navneeth Sunder
2016 Marudhu "Karuvakaatu karuvaaya" D. Imman
Wagah "Aasai Kadhal Aruyirae" D. Imman
Thodari "Adada idhuyenna" D. Imman
Kavalai Vendam "Un Kadhal Irundhal Podhum (Reprise)" Leon James
2015 Kamarakattu "Erumamattu payale" F.S.Faizal
2014 Ennathan Pesuvatho "Sabke Vinathi (Female Version)" D. Imman
Kayal "Unna Ippo parkanum" D. Imman
Manja Pai "Pathu Pathu" N. R. Raghunanthan
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja "Mazhakaatha" D. Imman
Naan Sigappu Manithan "Penne Oh Penne" G. V. Prakash Kumar
Rummy "Kooda Mela Kooda Vachu" D. Imman
2013 Raja Rani "Unnale" G. V. Prakash Kumar
Paradesi "Avatha Paiya" G. V. Prakash Kumar
2012 Madhubana Kadai "Polladha Kuthirai" Ved Shankar
Thandavam "Oru Padhi Kadhavu" G. V. Prakash Kumar

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kurian, Shiba (7 September 2012). "It was an experience of a lifetime: Vandana". The Times of India. Retrieved 19 June 2013.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/entertainment/tamil/Vandana-Busy-Tuning-to-Wedding-Bells/2014/07/08/article2319352.ece

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-metroplus/groove-to-ghazals-and-more/article19152578.ece

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