Kavita Krishnamurthy is a great Indian singer who was born on January 25, 1958, in New Delhi, India. Her father was an official working with the Ministry of Education. She began her musical education with her aunt, Ms. Bhattacharya, who taught her Rabindra Sangeet.
During her training, she began her formal education in classical Hindustan music under the aegis of Sri. Balram Puri. At the age of eight, she won her first gold medal in a music competition. She then won gold medals by taking part in the classic inter-ministerial competition in New Delhi in the mid-1960s.
Kavitha Krishnamurthy married Subramaniam L. Bangalore November 11, 1999. L. Subramaniam is a world-class violinist in the tradition of Karnataki and brother L. Shankar, who played celebrities with many stars including Peter Gabriel and Shakti, the groundbreaking band with guitar actress John McLaughlin. The surprise wedding took place in Bangalore in the presence of only 25 relatives.
The world only knew her on November 15, 1999. L. Subramaniam has three children from her previous marriage and accepted them as her own children. Her daughter Seetha has a law degree and is currently working on an English album. Narayanan, the middle one is a qualified doctor and loves music while Ambi is the youngest violinist.
She says that they decided to live in Bangalore because her husband loves the city and decided to make her a base. Ideally, she would prefer to work outside of Bangalore, but she feels the need to be with her family.
At the age of nine, she had the opportunity to record a Tagore Song in Bengali with the legendary Lata Mangeshkar under the patronage of composer Hemant Kumar. While Kavita’s youth sought to work with the Indian field staff, Kavita moved to Mumbai when she was 14 years old to try her luck as a playback singer in the Hindi film industry.
After completing her studies, Kavita Krishnamurthy is a student at St. Xavier’s College in Bombay, where she received her Ph.D. in Economics She was also very active in the St. Xavier Music Group during her university studies. During the annual University Festival (Malhar), she met Ranu Mukherjee, the daughter of Hemant Kumar. Ranu took the initiative to re-introduce Kavita to her father.
Kavita Krishnamurthy was very impressed with her skills and so she started her singing talent during her live performances. In one of these presentations, Manna Dey discovered her talents and sang commercial songs. With strong contact with her aunt, she met Mrs. Jaya Chakravarthy, mother of actress Hema Malini, who later took the initiative to introduce the director Kavita Music Laxmikant (the Laxmikant-Pyarelal fame) to finish this year. 1976
Laxmikant gave her the opportunity to sing later as a voice actor. Kavita chose the first and impressed Laxmikant with her solid base in Indian classical music and her emotional tone. At first, she recorded songs and demo songs for singers like Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle. Phase in their fight, Laxmikant-Pyarelal supported him as strongly as “LP-campwalli”, who worked with him to give many music directors an excuse to avoid. She sang the song “Kaahe Ko Byaahi” in the 1980 movie Maang Bharo Sajna, which appeared in her own voice.
Unfortunately, the song was removed from the last cup.
In 1985 she started her career with her first big hit “Tumse Milkar Na Jaane Kyon”. Publish the success of the song, has opened up several opportunities beyond the field Laxmikant-Pyarelal. “Hawa Hawaii” and “Map Hain Hum Pyaar Mr. India”, two popular songs from the popular movie Mr. India (1987), was a turning point for them. (The song was composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal music directors and dubbed on screen by actress Sridevi).
The collaboration between Kavita and Laxmikant-Pyarelal has produced many successes. Later, when it was created and received the patronage of composers such as R. Burman and Ismail Darbar. In the year 1994, the performance of Kavita Krishnamurthy was in the songs of the last successful adventure of music director R. D. Burman, 1942: A love story was very successful.