SP Balasubramaniam – The Emperor of voices

SP Balasubramaniam – The Emperor of voices

News 4-Jun-2014 10:30 AM IST RM Comments

Few inspire by their words, few by the actions and very rare personalities keep you inspiring often with their mellisonant voices. Such is the impact of this vocalist emperor SP Balasubramaniam, who celebrates his 68th birthday today (June 4) and his sweetness still prevails after many years. His magical charm commenced in the world of music in 1966 when he crooned the Telugu number for Sri Sri Maryadha Ramana composed by his mentor S.P. Kodandpani. Off the late, he emerged as a successful personality across every industry including Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and having crooned more than 60,000 songs, he is still the most wanted singer for every mass hero, especially for their introduction songs. Superstar Rajnikanth never misses to have him for his title tracks and that has a lucky factor as well. Even the title song ‘Enge Pogudho Vaanam’ was crooned by the legend singer and it is heard that he will be rendering a song for his upcoming film Lingaa as well.

We at Top Cinema convey our birthday wishes to the most versatile singer for healthy and happy life so that he can keep us blessed to hear more songs from him.

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