In 2017, she turned composer with the single Ente Akasham,[12] Written by herself, it was a tribute to femininity. The video which officially got released at a programme held by Kerala State Women's Development Corporation to commemorate International Women's Day, picturized the life of night-time female workers.[12]. Folk and fusion being her other areas of interest. The film is produced under the banner Doctor’s Dilemma – a doctor's collective which includes her husband Dr. Sajish. Sithara Krishnakumar (born 1 July 1986) is an Indian playback singer, composer, dancer and an occasional actor. Sithara was born in Malappuram to K. M. Krishnakumar, an academician and Saly Krishnakumar. Kerala State Film Award for Best Playback Singer - Female, "Singer Madhushree Narayan is hitting all the right notes", "Music is all I think about: Madhushree Narayan", "Madhushree Narayan shines bright in light music at School Arts Festival", "This Music Day, a visit to a home of Hindustani music",, All Wikipedia articles written in Indian English, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 6 November 2020, at 09:33. Sithara is trained in Hindustani and Carnatic classical music traditions and is also a recognised ghazal singer. [4] She has collaborated with various popular musical bands in Kerala. Madhushree Narayan (born 4 February 1999) is a young Indian playback singer and a talented classical singer. Best Lyrics – Hari Narayanan, Joseph and Theevandi Madhushree's soulful rendition of the poem 'Aaru Vangum' in Ottamandaram was much appreciated in the music circuits. Manjari won the Kerala State Film Award for the best female singer twice; first in 2004, for the song Mukilin makale in the film Makalku and second in 2008 for the song Mullulla Murikkinmel in Vilapangalkappuram. Best Female Singer: Madhushree Narayanan For her multifaceted talents, she was accoladed with the Kalathilakam title[9] in Calicut University Arts Festival for two consecutive years(2005 and 2006). Also, she made her Kannada debut in 2017 for the movie Urvi (film). Singer Madhushree Narayan won her second State Award for the Best Female Singer through the song ‘Parayaatharike’ from the … She turned film music composer with the film Udalaazham along with Mithun Jayaraj. The family resides at Aluva, Kerala. She also won Jeevan TV's 20 million Apple Megastars in 2008. She holds master's degrees in Hindustani Khyal Music and Vocal Music from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata.[10]. She married Dr. Sajish M, a Specialist in Cardiology,[8] on 31 August 2007 and the couple has a baby girl Saawan Rithu born on 9 June 2013. Sithara also received extensive education in Hindustani Classical music from Ustad Fiyaz Khan. She has received Kerala State Film Awards for Best Female Playback Singer in 2015 and 2019 and received Kerala Film Critics Award 2014. Best Female Singer – Shreya Ghoshal for “Neer Maathalam” from Aami. M.[13] She made a cameo appearance in the Malayalam film Ganagandharvan directed by Ramesh Pisharody. She is also a classical dancer trained by Kalamandalam Vinodini. Best Music Director: Sushin Shyam (Kumbalangi Nights) Best Director For BGM: Ajmal Hassbulla (Vrithakrithiyulla Chathuram) Best Male Singer: Najim Arshad. Presently, she is learning nuances and styles of Thumri from Pandit Ajay Pohankar. [5] She is also part of the 10-member band Project Malabaricus which features contemporarised folk and classical songs.[6]. Fahad Faasil and Swasika bagged the awards in the respective categories of Best Character Actor and Best Character Actress. Created: Oct 13, 2020, 15:04 IST. She has worked with noted composers like Ouseppachan, M. Jayachandran, G. V. Prakash Kumar, Prashant Pillai, Gopi Sundar, Bijibal, Shaan Rahman and rendered her voice to over 300 film songs including Malayalam and other Indian languages. The Kerala State Film Award for Best Singer is an honour, established in 1969, and … She was trained in Carnatic Music by Sri Ramanattukara Satheesan Master and Palai CK Ramachandran. She started off her art life as a dancer and eventually became a playback singer. Published: 14th October 2020 04:20 AM … She has gained a good reputation as a devoted Ghazal singer and a passionate stage performer of other vocal genres. [2][3] She is the recipient of several awards, including two Kerala State Film Award for Best Singer. Sithara started off her playback singing career in the year 2007 with the song Pammi Pammi in Vinayan's Malayalam film Athishayan. facebook twitter incom. [11] Her works are of various genres which convey the deep rooted understanding of music at many different levels. Aaru Vangum was a duet with Vijay Yesudas. She did her graduation in English Literature from Farook College, Feroke[7] and secured her master's degree from Calicut University, Kerala. Madhushree has been singing from the age of three and began learning music formally from her father Pandit Ramesh Narayan under the tutelage of Padma Vibhusan Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj ji and later, she got the chance to learn from Pandit Jasraj ji himself and continuing. She travels extensively and has performed in concerts and stage shows across the world. She has received Kerala State Film Awards for Best Female Playback Singer in 2015 and 2019 and received Kerala Film Critics Award 2014. Born into a family inclined to classical arts, Sithara was introduced to the world of music as a child and started singing at the age of four. The jury headed by cinematographer Madhu awarded 'Kenjira' with the award for Second Best Film. Sithara Krishnakumar (born 1 July 1986) is an Indian playback Singer Madhushree Narayan could hardly believe herself when she was named the ‘Best Female Singer’ at the 50th Kerala State Film Awards. Best Music Director (score) – Bijibal, Aami. In 2014, she formed a musical band Eastraga which focuses on a mix of female oriented songs backed by a team of renowned musicians. 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