M. M. Manasi
M. M. Manasi is a playback vocalist prepared in Hindustani Vocal. She has sung in excess of 170 melodies in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi and English. She finished her examinations at School of The board D.G. Vaishnav School. Her hits in Tamil – “Classy Thamizachi” in Aarambam, “Kattikeda” in Kakki Sattai, “Semma Mass” in Mass, “Robo Romeo” in Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavum, “Sottavaala” in Puli, “Aatakari maman ponnu” in Ilayaraja’s 1000th film Tharai Thappattai. She won SIIMA Grant for Best Female Playback Artist (Telugu) for ”Rangamma Mangamma” from 2018 Tollywood occasional show film Rangasthalam.
Manasi was brought into the world to Tamil talking guardians in Chennai and experienced childhood in Mumbai. At 2 years old she began learning music, her most memorable public exhibitions were bhajans sung during Navratri and Ganpati poojas. She has a sister, M. M. Monisha. Manasi was acquainted by Ilaiyaraja with the Kannada music industry for the film Drishya and by Vidhyasagar in Malayalam for Oru Indian Pranayakadha. She made a passage into Bollywood with “Daddy Mummy” in Bhaag Johnny for music chief Devi Sri Prasad. This melody has 20 million perspectives on YouTube.
Aside from singing, Manasi has likewise done voice representing the main courageous women in the Tamil entertainment world: Baahubali, Thozha, Dharmadurai, Devi, Kaththi Sandai for Tamanna Bhatia, Maari for Kajal Agarwal, Anjaan for Samantha, Kamalinee Mukherjee in Iraivi, Meaghamann for Hansika Motwani, Dear and Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran for Nikki Galrani, Tamizhuku En Ondrai Azhuthavum for Bindhu Madhavi, Vai Raja Vai for Tapsee, Yaan for Thulasi, Idharkkuthane Aasai Pattai Balakumara for Swathi, Thirumanam Enum Nikkah for Nazriya and Gracious My Kadavule for Ritika Singh.
Manasi has sung in Telugu and has many diagramming tunes shockingly like “Bhelpuri” in Aagadu, “Notanki” in Power, “Confidential Party” in Sarrainodu, “Gunde Aagi Pothande” in Shivam, “Meenakshi” in Masala, “Om Sarvani” in Legend, “Mara O Mara” in Tadakha, “Fortunate Rai” in Balupu, and “Rangamma Mangamma” in Rangasthalam.