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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Chinmayi Sripada Family Marriage Husband Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details

Chinmayi Sripada  Family Marriage Husband Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details




Name Chinmayi Sripada
Date of Birth: 10-09-1984
Age: 33
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 Mother T. Padmhasini
Husband Rahul Ravindran
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Occupation Playback Singer 

Chinmayi Sripaada is an Indian playback singer, working mainly for the film industry of South India. She is also a voice actress, television presenter and radio jockey. She is the founder and CEO of a translation services company called Blue Elephant. She is often credited Chinmayee / India Haza but her birth name is Chinmayi. She became famous for her critically acclaimed song "Oru Deivam Thantha Poovae" from the award-winning national film Kannathil Muthamittal.

Early life and background

Chinmayi is a native of a family rich in music. Chinmayi was raised by his mother, T. Padmhasini, a singer and musicologist, who taught him carnatic music and Hindustani classical music. After her birth and early childhood in Mumbai, Chinmayi moved to Chennai, where she attended Children's Garden until she was 10 years old. She was then enrolled in Indian High School Hindu Nagar and continued home schooling modules where she was partly home after her tenth grade.

Chinmayi received the CCRT Scholarship for Young Talents for Carnatic Music from the Indian Government at the age of 10. She won the All India Radio Gold Medal for Ghazals in 2000 and the money for Hindustani Classical Music in 2002. She learned German as a language at Max Mueller Bhavan in Chennai and completed NIIT certification course and SSI in web design. During her school life, she held positions at both Sify and studentconcepts.org. Chinmayi holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Madras. She is also a versatile dancer and especially appreciates the form of dance Odissi. Apart from her Tamil mother tongue, she is fluent in Hindi, English, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam and German.

Personal life 

In September 2013, thanks to Twitter, Chinmayi's mother, Padmhasini, revealed that her future son-in-law was Rahul Ravindran, also a South Indian actor. Chinmayi and Rahul were friends and colleagues and in due course they started dating by June 2013. [6] They married on May 5, 2014.

Awards, nominations and honours

2013: Female Vocalist of the Year – "Titli" (Chennai Express)
2014: Mirchi Platinum Disc - Mast Magan
2014: Mirchi Music Awards - Song of the Year - Zehnaseeb from Hasee Toh Phasee
2014: Mirchi Music Awards - Album of the Year - 2 States
2013: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Titli" (Chennai Express)
2013: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Titli" (Chennai Express)
2009: Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Vaarayo Vaarayo" (Aadhavan)
2011: Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Sara Sara" (Vaagai Sooda Vaa)
2016: Best Female Playback Singer – Malayalam – "Oonjalil Aadi" (Action Hero Biju)
2007: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Sahana" (Sivaji)
2010: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Kilimanjaro" (Endhiran)
2012: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Asku Laska" (Nanban)
2014: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu – "Ra Rakumara" (Govindudu Andarivadele)
2016: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Naan Un" (24)
2016: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu – "Oye Meghamla" (Majnu)
2002: Best Female Playback – "Oru Deivam Thantha Poove" (Kannathil Muthamittal)
2007: Best Female Playback – "Sahana" (Shivaji)
2010: Best Female Playback – "Kilimanjaro" (Enthiran)
2009: Best Female Playback Singer – "Vaarayo Vaarayo" (Aadhavan)
2011: Best Female Playback Singer – "Sara Sara" (Vaagai Sooda Vaa)
2007: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Sahana" (Shivaji)
2010: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Kilimanjaro" (Endhiran)
2014: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Idhayam" (Kochadaiiyaan)
2011 – SIIMA Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Sara Sara" (Vaagai Sooda Vaa)
2012 – Nominated – SIIMA Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Asku Laska" (Nanban)
2013 - Nominated - SIIMA Award for Best Female Playback Singer - "Mella Sirithaal" (Kalyana Samayal Saadham)
2010: Popular Female Playback Singer – "Kilimanjaro" (Endhiran)
2011: Best Female Singer Female – "Sara Sara" (Vaagai Sooda Vaa)
2010: Nominated, Best Duet of the Year along with Javed Ali – "Kilimanjaro" (Endhiran)[11]
2011: Nominated, Best Duet of the Year along with Sathya – "Chotta Chotta" (Engaeyum Eppothum)
2011: The Chennai Times Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Sara Sara" (Vaagai Sooda Vaa)
2011: Nominated, The Hyderabad Times Award for Best Female Singer – "Opiri" (Pilla Zamindar)
2011: Edison Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Chotta Chotta" (Engeyum Eppodhum)[12]
2012: Edison Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Asku Laska" (Nanban)[citation needed]
2007: Best Female Playback Singer – "Sahana" (Shivaji)[13]
2009: Best Female Playback Singer – "Vaarayo Vaarayo" (Aadhavan)[14]
2008: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Avaram Poo" (Poo)
2008: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – "Chinnamma Chilakkamma" (Sakkarakatti)
2010: Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Kilimanjaro" (Endhiran)
2009: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Vaarayo Vaarayo" (Aadhavan)
2009: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Laesa Parakkudhu" (Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu)
2011: Nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Tamil – "Sara Sara" (Vaagai Sooda Vaa)





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