From the enchanting melodies to joyful and peppy numbers and captivating lullabies, Chitra has sung it all.
Playback singer K S Chithra who was recently conferred with the Padmabhushan used the opportunity to thank hundreds of women who worked for containing COVID-19.
SPB considered each language as God, says Chitra.
Chithra says it was Lord Krishna himself who drew her life closer to him.
The veteran singer had created magic with a medley of evergreen songs at the 2018 Mazhavil Music awards.
A video of the song is doing rounds on social media and it features singer Rimi Tomy and anchor Meera dancing to it.
Remembering her daughter's death, Chithra took to social media sharing a grief note.
Three prominent names from the music industry will come together as judges for the show – K S Chithra, Sharreth and Rimi Tomy.
At the Mazhavil Mango Music Awards, the celebrated singer firmly said 'No, please, no,' as prominent singer K S Chitra and music director Stephen Devassy tried to touch his feet.
Chitra has already contributed to the CMDRF and sang songs appreciating volunteers.