Legendary Tamil Playback Singer Uma Ramanan Dies at 72

Uma Ramanan, a trained classical vocalist, graced over 6,000 concerts during her illustrious career spanning 35 years. Her final recording was “Kannum Kannumthan Kalandaachu” for Vijay’s film “Thirupaachi.”

Uma Ramanan
Tamil playback singer Uma Ramanan passes away.

Renowned playback singer Uma Ramanan, known for her prolific contributions to Tamil music, passed away at the age of 72 in Chennai on Wednesday. She is survived by her husband, the singer AV Ramanan, and her son, Vignesh Ramanan.

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Uma Ramanan, a trained classical vocalist, graced over 6,000 concerts during her illustrious career spanning 35 years. Her rendition of “Poongathave Thalthiravai” in the film “Nizhalgal” propelled her to stardom.

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Among her notable works with the legendary composer Ilaiyaraaja are “Bhoopalam Isaikkum” from “Thooral Ninnu Pochchu,” “Aanandha Raagam” from “Panner Pushpangal,” “Kanmani Nee Vara” from “Thendrale Ennai Thodu,” “Ponn Maanae” from “Oru Kaidhiyin Dairy,” “Aagaya Vennilave” from “Arangetra Velai,” and “Sri Ranga Ranganathanin” from “Mahanadi.”

Her final recording was “Kannum Kannumthan Kalandaachu” for Vijay’s film “Thirupaachi.”

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