Birthday – 02 Sep 1968 (Age 48)
Annupamaa Krishnaswami ( conceived 2 September 1968 as Anupama) is an Indian playback artist from Tamil Nadu. She is known particularly for the melody Chandralekha (Konjam Nilavu) from Thiruda. She is known for her exceptional kind of voice that suits a wide range of electronic tunes.
Annupamaa was conceived in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India on 2 September 1968. She got preparing in Carnatic music from the age of 4 and she started singing in school rivalries from the age of 8. She had her school training from St. Anthony’s Senior Secondary School, New Delhi and took her BA Degree in English from Kamala Nehru College, New Delhi in 1989. She dropped out of the Mass Communication Course from the esteemed Indian Institute of Mass Communication in New Delhi following her energy to end up noticeably a vocalist. Anupama is hitched to J. Murali Krishnaswami, Creative Director of R. K. Swamy BBDO and they live in a condo in Mumbai.
Annupamaa used to participate in school rivalries amid her days as an understudy of Mass Communications. As a duplicate student in a promotion office, she had an opportunity to take an interest in an Ad Utsav. Annupamaa made herself an effective advertisement jingle arranger and artist in the mid nineties itself. She has been a piece of numerous fruitful advertisement jingles by music maestro A. R. Rahman, who was then A. S. Dilip Kumar. The rundown of her best advertisements incorporate promotions for Ponds Dreamflower Talc and Soap, Medimix cleanser, Tatia Resorts, Diplomat Whisky, AVT Deepika Coconut Oil, Trupti scope of items and Aavin Goodness dessert.
Rahman made her sing July Maddham Vanthal from Pudhiya Mugam in 1993, which turned into a hit. Yet, the break in her profession got through the melody Chandralekha from Thiruda which had music set by A. R. Rahman himself. This melody is even now viewed as extraordinary compared to other techno-electronic tune ever. Her energetic singing won her few awards and she was even nicknamed as Chandralekha Anupama. After the accomplishment of Chandralekha, she ended up plainly a standout amongst the most looked for after vocalists in Tamil Nadu. Notwithstanding, she stayed particular and sang the melodies, which she trusted additional normal. In 1994, she got another enormous hit through Halla Gulla from Bombay. She needed to sit tight for a long time to get yet another profession break, which got through the melody Mercury Pookkal from Ratchagan. In spite of the fact that this melody was not gotten well as Chandralekha, it excessively won her and Rahman, a few honors. She was an extra vocalist in the 1998 hit tune Dil Se Re from Dil Se and 2003 hit tune Break The Rules (Maro) from Boys. She got a Star Screen Award for Best Female Playback selection for her heartfelt singing in the melody Yeh Raat from Aks. Her most recent hit melodies incorporate two tracks from the melodic film Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na, Pappu Cant’t Dance and Nazrein Milaana. She is the commander of the truth demonstrate Sangeeta Mahayuddham, broadcasted on Sun TV from June 26 onwards.She has now sung in all the South Indian dialects, Hindi and English. She has additionally recorded a French jingle for a Malayalam film. “It’s all because of my insight into Sanskrit which makes it a cakewalk to sing in any dialect”, she says. Over the most recent couple of years, she has been adapting piano and has finished sixth grade from Trinity College of Music. She is presently occupied with her own presentation studio collection. She says, “It will be out some time one year from now. The verses are being penned by a decent artist. They will be loaded with excellent symbolism, a blend of verse and energetic English words.” After that collection she is arranging a promo voyage through South East Asia – Jakarta, Indonesia and Malaysia.