'Kavita Krishnamurthy' is a playback singer of Hindi films who does not need any introduction but her name and her songs are enough to tell her identity. Kavita Krishnamurthy, the melodious voice singer who sings famous film songs like 'Aaj Main Upar Aasmaan Neeche', 'Mera Piya Ghar Aaya', 'Pyaar Hua Chupke Se', 'Dola Re Dola', was born on 25 January 1958 in an Iyer family of New Delhi.
Kavita Krishnamurthy's birthday
When Kavita was eight years old, she won the first prize in a singing competition. Since then, she started dreaming of becoming a famous singer when she grew up. She got her initial education in music at home. She later learned classical music from Balram Puri. At the age of nine, Kavita got a chance to sing a song in Bengali language with vocal empress Lata Mangeshkar. From here she decided to enter the field of playback singing. While graduating from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, Kavita used to participate enthusiastically in every competition. This was the time when famous singer Manna Dey heard her song in a program and gave her a chance to sing in advertisements.
Worked with great singers and music directors
Kavita Krishnamurthy started her career in the year 1980 when Kavita sang her first playback song 'Kahe Ko Byahi' (Maang Bharo Sajna). Although this song was later removed from the film, Kavita's talent was not going to be suppressed. Then in the year 1985, the songs of the film 'Pyaar Jhukta Nahi' gave her recognition as a playback singer. After this, the songs 'Hawa Hawai' and 'Karte Hain Hum Pyaar' from the film 'Mr. India' gave her the status of a superhit singer. In the 90s, Kavita Krishnamurthy emerged as the leading playback singer of Hindi cinema. Her songs sung in the film '1942 A Love Story' are liked even today. In her career, she worked with Anand Milan, and Udit Narayan, and has worked with singers and music directors like A.R. Rahman, and Anu Malik.
Married to violinist L. Subramaniam
Kavita is the wife of violinist L. Subramaniam. In an interview, she said that once she had to sing a song for Subramaniam along with singer Hariharan, she was not married at that time. Subramaniam was very famous and hence Kavita was very nervous about him, but she completed the song with great patience. After this, while working together, both of them came closer and got married.
Received the country's fourth-highest civilian award, Padmashree
Kavita Ji has so far been selected for the Filmfare Award for Best Playback Singer four times for her contribution to the world of music. Not only had this, but in 2005 she received the country's fourth highest civilian award, Padmashree.
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