Sunitha Upadrashta Wiki, Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Children, Biography & More

Sunitha Upadrashta is an Indian singer, presenter, presenter, presenter and actress who plays in the film industry of southern India. She is popularly known as the "queen of melody" of South Indian cinema.

Wiki / Biography

Sunitha Upadrashta was born on Wednesday, May 10, 1978 (41 years old; as in 2019) in the city of Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. His zodiac sign is Gemini. At the age of 6, she trained in Carnatic singing with Pemaraju Surya Rao and Light Music at Kalaga Krishna Rao. At a very young age, she began performing in concerts and programs including those organized by All India Radio (AIR).

At the age of 13, she played with her mentor Pemaraju Surya Rao at Tyagaraja Aradhana Utsavalu. As a child, she received several awards and honors at competitions for her performances. She also received a grant from the central government to continue her musical training.

Physical appearance

Height (approximately): 5 "6"

Eye colour: Black

Hair color: Black

Family, caste and husband

She belongs to a family of Telugu Brahmin music lovers of Upadrasta Narasimha Rao and Sumathi (maiden name, Malladi).

Sunitha Upadrashta with her parents

Sunitha Upadrashta with her parents

At the age of 19, she married Kiran Kumar Goparaju, a media professional, but later divorced. She has a boy named Aakash Goparaju and a girl named Shreya Goparaju.

Sunitha Upadrashta with her husband and children

Sunitha Upadrashta with her husband and children

Sunitha Upadrashta with her children

Sunitha Upadrashta with her children

In 2018, his marriage to a computer professional was the subject of speculation.

Career

As a singer

At the age of 17, Savitha began her career as a backing singer with the song "Ee Velalo Neevu" from the movie Telugu Gulabi (1995).

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She debuted in Kannada with the song "Kesari Haravu" from the movie Bhoomi Geetha (1997). She made her Tamil debut with the song "Unakkoruthi" from the movie Punniyavathi (1997).

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She has sung over 3,000 songs for the Tamil, Telugu and Kannada Film industries. She has also worked for some private albums such as Raghuram, Sai Sudha, Sri Venkateswara Thatwanidhi, Sri Vallabha Bhakti Geethalu, Sai Darshanam, Sri Chidvilasam, Amma Durgamma, Pahimaam, Sri Rama Charanam, Govinda Ganamraam, Sama. She has also appeared in some private albums of her guru, two of which are the paravail of Meera and the Aanota – Manasu Palike vela.

Devotional song

Sunitha has given her voice for many devotional projects throughout southern India. the first being in 2016 under the name Annamayya Paataku Pattabhishekam.

Sunitha Upadrashta in one of his devotional programs

Sunitha Upadrashta in one of his devotional programs

She also lent her voice and animated several projects such as Vengamaamba Keerthanalu, Naada Neerajanam, Tirumala Brahmotsavam, Srivaari Sevalu, Thyaagaraaja Utsavaalu and Prashanthi Nilayam.

As a voiceover artist / dubbing artist

She entered the world of dubbing unwittingly, but became the major choice of all the heroines of the film after the release of the movie "Choodalani Undi" of 1998, starring Megastar Chiranjeevi and Soundarya, in which she gave her voice to Soundarya.

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Until now, she has given voice to more than 110 actresses on more than 750 films. She also holds the record for giving voice to 60 films in a single year. Gautamiputra Satakarni was dubbed as an artist dubbing by Sunitha in the 750th film in which she gave Shriya Saran her voice.

To the television

She made her first appearance on television in 1995 with the show "Paadave Koyila", a live musical episode broadcast on national channel DD.

Sunitha Upadrashta live on TV

Sunitha Upadrashta live on TV

She has also sung titles for many Telugu series, of which "Antharangaalu" is the first.

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As anchor

She made her debut as a presenter on the 1996 Navy Telugu musical contest "Navaragam", which aired on Gemini television. She has hosted many shows such as yours, Saptaswaraalu, Antakshari, Saregamapa Lil Fields, Jhummandi Naadam and Annamayya Paataku Pattabhishekam.

Sunitha Upadrashta hosting a show

Sunitha Upadrashta hosting a show

As an actress

She made her debut as an actress in the short film "Raagam" in 2016 in the lead role of Telugu in the role of "Sree Chaitu".

Sunitha Upadrashta-Raagam

Sunitha Upadrashta-Raagam

She also made a special appearance in Telugu's "Thadasthu" short film in 2018.

Awards and distinctions

National Awards

  • National Prize for Folk Songs in Delhi, Ministry of Cultural Affairs
  • All India Radio National Award in the Light Music Category in 1994

Nandi Awards

  • Best female singer for the TV movie Antha Rangaalu in 1999
    Sunitha Upadrashta with her Nandi Awards

    Sunitha Upadrashta with her Nandi Awards

  • Best female dubbing artist for the movie Jayam in 2002
  • Best female singer for Athade Oka Sainyam 2003
  • Best female dubbing artist for the movie Anand (voice of Kamalinee Mukherjee) in 2004
  • Best female dubbing artist for the movie Pothe Poni in 2005
  • Best female singer for the movie Godavari Sunitha in 2006
  • Best female singer for the TV movie Anthahpuram in 2010
  • TV movie entitled Mamathala Kovela in 2011
  • Best female dubbing artist for the movie Sri Rama Rajyam (voice of Nayantara) in 2012

Filmfare Award

  • Best female singer – Kannada for the song "O Priyathama" from the movie Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu in 2010
    Sunitha Upadrashta Receives Filmfare Award

    Sunitha Upadrashta Receives Filmfare Award

  • Best female singer – Telugu for the song "Em Sandehamledu" of the movie Oohalu Gusagusalade in 2014

Other awards

  • Award for Best Singer of the European Telugu Association, London (2003)
  • Kalavedika Art Award as a versatile artist for his excellent performance as an artist dubbing singers, anchors and films in 2003
  • The Sangam P Susheela Prize for Youth receives the gold medal in 2004
  • The Sangam P Susheela Prize for Youth 2004 received the gold medal.
  • Ghantasala Melody Queen Award in 2011
  • The award for best singer Lata Mangeshkar for 2011 was presented by the state government
    Sunitha Upadrashta receives Lata Mangeshkar Award

    Sunitha Upadrashta receives Lata Mangeshkar Award

  • Certificate of Recognition by the California Legislature in 2013 Certificate of recognition of Sunitha Upadrashta by the California Legislative Assembly
  • T. Subbaram Reddy Lalitha Sangeeta Puraskar in 2013
    Sunitha Upadrashta receives his T. Subbaram Reddy Lalitha Sangeeta Puraskar

    Sunitha Upadrashta receives his T. Subbaram Reddy Lalitha Sangeeta Puraskar

  • Sangeet Samman 2013 (movie Kannada)
  • New Jersey State Recognition Award from the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, adopting a resolution commending its excellence and contributions to the world of music and Indian cinema in New Jersey 2019
    Sunitha Upadrashta New Jersey State Recognition Award

    Sunitha Upadrashta New Jersey State Recognition Award

  • Vishishta Seva Puraskar by the NGO Stand For The Nation in 2019
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Note: She has received many awards and nominations in addition to the awards and honors mentioned above.

Controversial

In 2019, Swamy Swaroopanandendra Saraswati, of Sharad Peetham, said in an interview that many celebrities came to visit him whenever he was staying at the Filmnagar Temple in Hyderabad. He listed the names of many celebrities, including that of Sunitha. This angered the singer and she criticized Swamy through her social network account for using her name on national television and including her in the list of her followers.

Favorite things

  • singers: S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, P. Susheela
  • Writing: Bhagavad Geeta

Facts / Trivia

  • Sunitha Upadrashta likes to travel and do photography.
    Sunitha Upadrashta doing photography

    Sunitha Upadrashta doing photography

  • To date, she has given approximately 500 programs on AIR, Doordarshan, ETV, Gemini TV and MAA TV.
  • She has also given programs abroad and traveled to more than 19 countries. Some of them include Kuwait, Dubai, Malaysia, Singapore, London, the United States, the Philippines, Kenya and Japan.
  • In 2009, she created her own show titled "Musical Moments with Sunitha" in the United States.
    Sunitha Upadrashta at one of his concerts

    Sunitha Upadrashta at one of his concerts

  • On the occasion of the fiftieth year of India's independence, she sang Vande Mataram with S.P.Balasubrahmanyam at the plenary session of the Congress and also animated the fiftieth anniversary celebrations of the Assembly.
  • She participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for Amaravathi, the new capital of Andhra Pradesh in 2015.
  • She is a dog lover and has a dog named Snoopy.
    Sunitha Upadrashta with her snoopy dog

    Sunitha Upadrashta with her snoopy dog

  • In addition to her talent in singing, acting, anchoring and photography, she can also play Veena.
    Sunitha Upadrashta playing Veena

    Sunitha Upadrashta playing the Veena

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