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Malavika (singer)

Malavika
Born July 6, 1988 (1988-07-06) (age 26)
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Occupations Singer, TV Anchor
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 2001-Present

Malavika (born July 6, 1988) is a Tollywood playback singer[1]. Malavika started her singing career with the song "Nuvvu nenu kalisunte" for the movie Gangotri. Malavika, who is a Nandi Award winner as the best playback singer for the year 2005-2006, has sung for around 70 movies until date. She was also the winner of Etv paadutha teeyaga as a child.

Her hit songs include "Bommali", a chart buster song from the movie Billa and "Holessa" from Sri Ramadasu.

Malavika started her training in music from her mother,a singer herself at a very young age.Later on she had the classical training from Kum Mandapanka Sarada. Malavika did her schooling from Little Angels High School, Visakhapatnam. Her mother taught music in the same school. They later shifted base to Hyderabad once Malavika started receiving offers from the film industry.


Filmography

  • 2013 - Prema Katha Chitram (Telugu)
  • 2012 - Shirdi Sai (Telugu)
  • 2012 - O Manasa (Telugu)
  • 2011 - Rajanna (Telugu)-
  • 2011 - Alallu ( Telugu )
  • 2011 - Maa Voori Maharshi ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Jhummandi Naadam ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Aunty Uncle Nandagopal ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Hasini ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Varudu ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Kaleja ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Swamy Manikanta ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Saradaga Kasepu ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Taj Mahal ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Mayagadu ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Kanasali Jotheyali ( Kannada )
  • 2010 - Yugalageetham ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Don Seenu ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Ramdev ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Em Pillo Em Pillado ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Dammunnodu ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Kothimooka ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Young India ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Simha ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Ranga The Donga ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - High School ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Chethilo Cheyyesi ( Telugu )
  • 2010 - Subhapradam ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Rechipo ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Nachavu Alludu ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Evaraina Epudaina ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Original ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Billa ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Dheera ( Telugu )
  • 2009 - Ek Niranjan ( Telugu )
  • 2008 - Veruthe Oru Bharya ( Malayalam )
  • 2006 - Honeymoon Express ( Kannada )
  • 2006 - Sri Ramadasu ( Telugu )
  • 2005 - Mr.Errababu ( Telugu )
  • 2005 - Nireekshana ( Telugu )
  • 2003 - Gangotri ( Telugu )
  • 2003 - Charminar ( Telugu )

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