Indian playback singer, anchor, TV host, and dubbing artist Sunitha Upadrashta works mainly in the Telugu film industry. Sunitha Upadrashta is worth $5 million as of 2022.
In South Indian movies, she is known as the “Queen of Melody,” and she has won many important awards. She has won two Filmfare Awards and nine Nandi Awards in different categories.
She started performing on live stages and music shows, like the one put on by All India Radio, when she was very young. She also got a scholarship for music training from the Central Government of India.
Sunitha Upadrashta Biography
As of 2022, Sunitha Upadrashta is 43 years old. She was born on May 10, 1978. She was born in Vijayawada, India, to a family that loved music. She grew up in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. Her zodiac sign is Gemini.
She has always liked music and has wanted to be a singer and musician since she was a child. She went to Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in Andhra Pradesh for her early education. Then she went to Adikavi Nannaya University in Andhra Pradesh to finish her graduate studies.
Her teachers Pemaraju Surya Rao and Kalaga Krishna Rao, taught her Carnatic Vocal and Light Music when she was 6. She also participated in Tyagaraja Aradhana utsavalu along with Pemmaraju Surya Rao.
Family, Boyfriend, and Personal Life
Sunitha Upadrashta comes from a middle-class Hindu family in the Indian city of Guntur, in Andhra Pradesh. She is an Indian citizen and follows the Hindu religion. Her father is also a music lover. His name is Upadrashta Narasimha Rao.
Sumathi Upadrashta is the name of her housewife mother. Sunitha Upadrashta is engaged to be married. She recently got engaged to businessman Rama Krishna Veerapaneni in front of her closest family members.
She married Kiran Kumar Goparaju, who worked in the media when she was 19. After being married for a few years, the couple split up for unknown reasons and later decided to get divorced. Her son's name is Aakash Goparaju, and her daughter's name is Shreya Goparaju.
Sunitha Upadrashta: Career
Sunitha Upadrashta began her work life when she was very young. She was in a lot of musical concerts and stage shows, and she also competed in a lot of different contests. She started giving live shows when she was 6 years old.
She also won a lot of essential awards when she was young. At 17, she sang the song “Ee Velalo Neevu” in the Telugu movie “Gulabi.” This was her first job as a playback singer (1995).
In the movie “Bhoomi Geetha,” which came out in 1997, she sang the song “Kesari Haravu” for the first time. She also sang songs for Tamil movies and made her debut with the theme “Unakkoruthi” from the movie “Punniyavathi” that same year.
Sunitha has sung over 3000 songs for movies in the Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada film industries. She is now one of the most famous and well-known singers.
She also released private music albums like Raghuram, Sai Sudha, Sri Venkateswara, Thatwanidhi, Sri Vallabha Bhakti Geethalu, Sai Darshanam, Sri Rama Charanam, Saye Dhaivam, and Bathuku Paatm. In 2016, the short film “Raagam” in the Telugu language was her first role as an actress.
Also, the short film was up for the SIIMA award. Later, she made a special appearance in the short film “Thadasthu” with Suma Kanakala, Ravivarma, and Baby Vaishnavi. She also worked on “Meera Paravail” and “Aanota: Manasu Palike Vela,” two private albums by her Guru.
Sunitha Upadrashta is a very pretty and hot woman. She has a great personality and a body that fits her perfectly. She is about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 67 kilograms. She has beautiful long black hair and black eyes that sparkle like stars. She didn't have any tattoos.
Sunitha Upadrashta: Controversy
Sunitha Upadrashta caused a stir when she called out Swamy Swaroopanandendra Saraswati of Sharad Peetham on her social media accounts for putting her name on a list of his disciples without her permission.
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She did this in response to Swamy Swaroopanandendra Saraswati's claim that many famous people visited him when he stayed at the Filmnagar Temple in Hyderabad. He also added a list of the names of his followers. On that list, he put Sunitha Upadrashta's name, which made the singer angry.
2012: Best Female Dubbing Artist (voice of the Nayantara)
2011: Best TV film “Mamathala Kovela”
2010: Best Female Playback Singer for film “Anthahpuram.”
“Godavari Sunitha” won the award for Best Female Playback Singer in 2006
2005: Best Female Dubbing Artist
2004: Best Female Dubbing Artist (voice of Kamalinee Mukherjee)
2014: Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu) for the song “Em Sandehamledu.”
2010: Best Female Playback Singer (Kannada) for the song “O Priyathama.”
2010: Nominated – Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu) for the song “Egiripothe.”
2010: Nominated – Best Female Playback Singer (Kannada) for the song “Prathama.”
2009: Nominated – Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu) for the song “Neela Neela Mabbulu.”
The Facts and Info
- She has talked about her hobbies in many interviews, saying she likes to travel, play the veena, and take photos.
- She has already been to more than 19 countries for her programs. These countries are Kuwait, Dubai, Singapore, Japan, the United States, Kenya, and the Philippines.
- In 2009, she did her show “Musical Moments with Sunitha” in the United States.
- She loves animals and has two dogs as pets.
- She took part in the “Congress Plenary Meet” on the 50th anniversary of India's independence and the “Groundbreaking Ceremony for Amaravathi” when the new capital of Andhra Pradesh was built in 2015.