K S Chithra sings in Banjara for new film, posts cute photo in traditional attire

Chithra shared the news on her social media handles, thanking the crew for the opportunity. Photo: Instagram | kschithra

After singing in most of the Indian languages as well as in foreign languages like Sinhalese, Malay, Latin, Arabic, and French, KS Chithra has now tried a new language. For Sanjeev Kumar Rathore’s film, ‘Aamdar Nivas’ she has sung in Banjara language. The song written by Vinayak Pawar is composed by M L Raja. She has sung the duet with singer M Sreenivas Chavan. Chithra had shared the news on her social media handles, thanking the crew for the opportunity. Of course, the cutest thing was that she was dressed in the traditional Banjara costume.

“Namasthe everyone …feeling so happy to share with you that I tried sing a song in the language called Banjara for the movie Aamdar Niwas today in Jai Jagadamba production’s banner. This is my first experience in this language. I thank the producer and director Sri.Sanjiv Kumar Rathod, Lyricist Sri.Vinayak Pawar, Music director Sri M.L.Raja & special thanks to Mr. Sreenivas Chavan. My best wishes to the whole team of Aamdar Niwas,” she wrote on Instagram. Meanwhile, Rathore also expressed his happiness in collaborating with a legendary singer like Chithra who has sung over 25,000 songs in her illustrious career spanning over four decades.

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