Anuradha Bhat is an Indian playback vocalist for the element films. She sings dominatingly in Kannada language films. Bhat has kept 1500 tunes in 15 distinct dialects for different confidential music collections and movies.
Early life and background
Anuradha Bhat was brought into the world to Srikrishna Bhat and Gayathri Srikrishna Bhat in Mangalore, Karnataka. Anuradha has a more youthful sister, Anupama Bhat who is a TV have (TV anchor) and entertainer.
Anuradha Bhat accepted her essential training from Carmel school and later from chief organizations like Canara College and MSNM Besant PG Institute of Management Studies (both subsidiary to Mangalore University) and passed out her B.Sc. what’s more, MBA. She got preparing for Bharatanatyam. She likewise got prepared for Carnatic traditional vocal.
Anuradha Bhat was first spotted by Music Director Gurukiran who passed judgment on her singing at a District Level – Open to all – Singing Competition that was held in Mangalore. She then, at that point, began acting in Gurukiran’s Concerts in India and abroad. Anuradha, during her school days, was chosen to sing close by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam through “Yedhe Thumbi Haaduvenu – Anveshane”, an ability show led by ETV Kannada. She was then required a tryout by the prestigious Music Director Hamsalekha and was chosen to sing the re-recording (foundation score) bits for the film Nenapirali. She did a great deal of ensemble and track singing for Hamsalekha where a large portion of her tunes got held.
Anuradha Bhat arose as an undeniable playback vocalist through her tune “Vasantha” for the film Meera Madhava Raghava under the music course of Hamsalekha. She then, at that point, got to sing for any remaining music chiefs including V. Manohar, Sadhu Kokila, Rajesh Ramnath, Gurukiran, Mano Murthy, V. Harikrishna, Arjun Janya, Ilaiyaraja, M. M. Keeravani, Manisharma, S. Thaman among others. She is known for her tunes including Marali Mareyagi (Savaari), Jum Maaya (Veera Madakari), Ellello oduva manase (Sidlingu), Srikrishna (Bhajarangi), O Baby (Ricky), Appa I love you paa (Chowka) and some more. Up until this point, Bhat has loaned her voice for north of 1500 Kannada motion pictures and a couple of tunes in Tulu, Tamil and Telugu.
Other projects and activities
Anuradha Bhat has worked in a few non-film music projects like reflection, society, bhavageethe, pop collections, remix melodies, TV serials, Ad films/rings, youngsters’ tunes and rhymes.
“Chinnu – Series of Kannada Animated Rhymes” delivered by Anuradha Bhat is famous among the babies.
Bhat likewise conceptualized, sang and highlighted in her very first video single “Naa haaduve nimagaagiye” – a tribute to her local land Karnataka
A gathering of not many of her famous melodies – “Anuradha Bhat mashup” is another video tune that includes her.
“Navilugari” is one more non-film tune that she has delivered close by Rajesh Krishnan.
Live Performances / Concerts
Anuradha Bhat is likewise known for her shows/Live exhibitions. She has performed at different renowned occasions like the Hampi Utsav, Mysore Dasara, Yuva Dasara, Mysore Winter Festival, Vishwa Kannada Sammelana and Bengaluru Ganesh Utsava (BGU) to give some examples.
She likewise acts in different nations specifically – United States of America (USA), London (UK), Netherlands (Europe), Australia, Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong, UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain.
Awards and nominations
- Karnataka State Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer (2012) presented by the Government of Karnataka for her song “Jnaanajyothi” from the movie “Little Master”
- Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada (2015) for “Chanana Chanana” from the movie Ugramm
- Zee Music Award (conferred by Zee Kannada) for Best Female Singer (2015) for “Usiraaguve” from the movie Bahuparak
- RED FM Tulu Film Awards Best Female Playback Singer – Tulu (2016) for “Mahamaye” from the movie Chaali Polilu
- Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada (2018) for “Appa I love you” from the movie Chowka
- SIIMA Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada for “Appa I love you” from the movie Chowka