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Nithyasree Mahadevan Biography, Age, Family, Husband, Height, Facts, Caste, Wiki & More

Updated On : August 25, 2022

Short Biography

Nithyasree Mahadevan was born on 25th August 1973 Thiruvajyaru, Thanjavur in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. She was also referred as S. Nithyashri. She is a distinguished Carnatic musician and a renowned playback singer for film songs in almost all South Indian languages.

Nithyasree Mahadevan Complete Bio & Career

Lalitha Sivakumar her mother was the first one to teach her music and it was she who took her initial music lessons from her mother. Like her mother, Nithyashree was also the keen follower of D. K. Pattammal, and would always accompany her during concerts. Nithyashrees father too was a seasoned mridangas and an avid follower of Palghat Mani Iyer, he constantly showed his support and was always present when Nithyashree performed.
Nithyashree has showcased her talent in all major sabha in India and has performed her concerts in many countries across the globe. She has won several awards and honors for her remarkable performances and has released over hundred commercial albums.
Nithyasree Mahadevan staged her debut as a singer after being called by legendary music composer, A. R. Rahman. He asked her to record a song for his Tamil film titled Jeans starring Prashanth,  Aishwarya Rai, and Nassar. Her playback maiden song "Kannodu Kaanbadhellam" became a massive hit and she won herself many awards for the song. Some of her other well-known songs include Kumbakonam Sandhayile, Oru Nadhi Oru Pournami, Kana Kaangiren and Thaai Thindra Mannae among several others.
In addition to film songs, she has also song title songs of various television series and advertisement jingles as well. She has also performed at various stage shows in India and abroad as well. In a career of 3 decades, she has been felicitated with various prestigious awards and most notable of them being "Bala Ratna", Kalaimamani, "Sangeetha Parambarya Rathna", and "Sivan Isai Selvi" (Title) among various others.

Nithyasree Mahadevan Family, Relatives and Other Relations

She was born to musician Injikudi Sivakumar and music composer Lalitha Sivakumar. She has a brother named Sivakumar Rampra­Sad and a sister named Gayathri Sundararaman. She was married to V. Mahadevan until his death in 2012. The couple has two daughters named Mahadevan Tanujasree and Mahadevan Tejasree.

Life's Important Dates Of Nithyasree Mahadevan

Body Measurements

Skin Colour Wheatish
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black

Personal Info

Home Town Thiruvaiyaru, Tamil Nadu
Nationality Indian
Religion Hindu
Address Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
School N/A
College N/A
Qualification N/A
Hobbies Cooking
Marital Status Widow
Debut First Song - "Kannodu Kaanbadhellam" (1998)
Salary N/A
Net Worth N/A
Official Website N/A
Best Songs "Kannulatho Choosedi", "Ice Cream Cuppulo", "Prema Nee Chirunama", "Kanna Namora Alakinchara", and "Raja Raja Kula" among others


Favorite Color Black
Favorite Sport Cricket
Favorite Politician Jayalalithaa
Favorite Actor Rajinikanth
Favorite Place Switzerland
Favorite Dress Saree

Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Nithyasree Mahadevan

  • Her grand uncle D. K. Jayaraman was a prominent Carnatic vocalist.
  • She has been contracted by almost all the leading music labels in India such as HMV, EMI, RPG, AVM Audio, Inreco, Vani, and Amutham Music among others.
  • She was just 14 years old when she gave her first carnatic performance.
  • She has performed in all major sabhas all over India and has also performed throughout the globe.
  • In addition to Tamil, she has also sang songs in other south Indian language films as well.

Nithyasree Mahadevan Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

50 years, 3months, 12 days old age Nithyasree Mahadevan will turn 51 on 25 August, 2024. Only 8 months, 17 days, her next birthday.

Birthdays Celebrated on Each Day of Week

Nithyasree Mahadevan has celebrated the total number of 50 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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