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Friday, January 28, 2011

Nightingale of the South India

K. S. Chithra was born into a family of musicians. Her father late Krishnan Nair was a well-known singer of yesteryears. His encouragement, single-minded dedication in giving me all the necessary training in my childhood days helped me a lot to develop into a playback artiste. Earlier lessons in music were given by my father himself.

K. S. Chithra  is a six time National Film Award winning playback singer who has made her mark in the Indian (film) music playback industry. Known as the Nightingale of South India, she has lent her voice to Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Oriya, Hindi, Assamese and Bengali films. 

The Kerala government has heaped upon her the best playback singer award more than 12 times and she has the unique distinction of being the first female singer in the history of South Indian film playback singing to be honoured by all the four southern state governments as the best playback singer.

Chithra’s voice is unrivaled by anyone in the history, the present day, or the future of our planet’s history.The Angel of  A famous comedian once said "This man has "NO PIER" (Referring to Fred Astair) Well this applies to K. S. Chithra. Her voice can lift you up to the heaven.

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