Abhaya Hiranmayi (conceived 24 May 1989) is an Indian playback artist. She has recorded tunes and given support vocals to film music in Malayalam and Telugu dialects.
Early life and education
Brought into the world in an innovatively slanted family in Thiruvananthapuram, Hiranmayi took increased no conventional preparation in music until some other time. She gained the rudiments of music from her mom Lathika, a postgraduate in music and a pupil of Prof. Neyyattinkara M.K. Mohanachandran and acquired further information by inactively paying attention to melodic illustrations directed by her dad’s sibling, a teacher at Swati Thirunal College of Music. Her dad G. Mohan, was a program maker for Doordarshan Kendra.
Hiranmayi experienced childhood in Thiruvananthapuram where she went to Carmel School. She concentrated on designing prior to exiting to seek after a vocation in music.
By and by Abhaya is in a live-in relationship with arranger Gopi Sundar, and in July 2018, Sundar uncovered that they had been together for a long time.
Hiranmayi got going her vocation in 2014 giving sponsorship vocals to Malayalam film melodies. She made her presentation through the melody Naku Penta, Naku Taka from the eponymous film, giving reinforcement vocals in a Swahili tongue. It was trailed by Thanne from Dileep-Mamta Mohandas starrer Two Countries whose music author, Gopi Sundar involved her voice as an interval to the melody. That very year, she warbled the melody Choti Zindagi for the Telugu film Malli Idi Rani Roju. In 2016, she loaned her vocals for the heartfelt ditty Mazhaye alongside Karthik for the movie James and Alice followed by Sathya coordinated by late Diphan and in the next year, Koyikode Song, a tribute to Kozhikode and its rural music, formed by her long-term teammate, Gopi Sundar for the Malayalam film Goodalochanabecame a moment hit post its delivery and got her most memorable honor at Asiavision Awards for Excellence in Singing.