Anuradha Sriram


Artist Birtday : 09/07/1970 (Age 53)
Born In : Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Occupation(s) : Singer, Judge, Television Personality, Dubbing Artist
Genres : Carnatic, Hindustani Music
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Anuradha Sriram was born on 9 July 1970, She is an Indian Carnatic and playback vocalist and kid actress who lauds from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. She has sung more than 4,000 pieces in Telugu, Sinhala, Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali, Kannada, and Hindi films.

Anuradha was born in Chennai to playback vocalist Renuka Devi and Meenakshi Sundaram Mohan. She did her education (1 and 2 standards) in Coimbatore at the St. Francis Anglo-Indian Girls School, and thereafter at the Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, Chennai. She has a B. A and M.A in harmony from Queen Mary’s College in Madras University and secured the university gold medal in both studies. She was given a companionship to do her Master of Arts degree in Ethnomusicology from Wesleyan University, Connecticut, US.

She was instructed by numerous reputable gurus like Sangeetha Kalanidhi T. Brinda, Thanjavur S. Kalyanaraman, and T. Viswanathan in classical music and has had a thorough apprenticeship under Pandit Mannikbua Thakurdas for Hindustani classical music. She is also a completed Western Classical opera musician, having experienced an intensive internship from Prof. Shirley Meier in New York City.

While in Wesleyan, apart from comprehending and portraying western opera and jazz, she also many Indonesian and West African music shows.

Anuradha has functioned considerably all over India and the US and has given numerous radio and TV schedules since the age of 12. Anuradha Sriram foremost joined the Tamil Cinema Industry as a child artist in the 1980 Tamil film Kaali. In 1995, she was presented as a musician by A R Rahman for the song “Malarodu Malaringu” in the film Bombay. Her foremost single was for A R Rahman in Indira.


Anuradha Sriram