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Damini Bhatla Wiki & Biography: Damini Bhatla, a rising star in the Indian playback music industry, comes from a musically talented family. Damini’s great-grandfather, the celebrated music director Susarla Dakshinamurthy, had a profound impact on her life and career as a musician. Damini’s love of music was apparent at a young age, and because of her family’s steadfast encouragement, she went on to have a spectacular career in the field.
|Date Of Birth
|July 4, 1996
|Tadepalligudem, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India.
|Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India.
|Little Flower Junior College, Hyderabad
|Hyderabad, Telangana, India
|Singing, Listening to Music, Traveling
|“Pachcha Bottesina” song(Baahubali: The Beginning)
|5 feet 3 inch
|Father: CH Radha Krishna
Mother: Sri Jhansi
Damini Bhatla Biography
Damini Bhatla Early Life And Education
Damini Bhatla was born on July 4, 1996, to parents CH Radha Krishna and Sri Jhansi in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh. Damini’s early life was steeped in music because of her older sister Mounima Bhatla, who is also a musician. Damini’s family originally lived in Kakinada, where she was first exposed to Carnatic music by Smt. Akunda Satyavathi. But, after moving to Hyderabad, her musical path took a pivotal turn.
Damini’s official studies in Carnatic music developed under the tutelage of masters like Sri DV Mohan Krishna and Sri NC Murthy. Damini, a student at Little Flower Junior College in Hyderabad, continues to showcase her ability and dedication as a singer while also juggling her academic obligations.
Damini Bhatla Career
In her teens, Damini Bhatla saw a surge in interest in her work. She was a contestant on S.P. Balasubramanyam’s famed singing reality show Padutha Theeyaga and appeared on shows like ‘Zee Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champions’. Her remarkable abilities shone through, and in 2011 she came in second place, a major turning point in her career.
When Damini sang the beautiful “Pachcha Bottesina” for SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster “Baahubali: The Beginning,” a tide turned. MM Keeravani’s composition won worldwide recognition, and it helped launch Damini’s career as a playback vocalist. She’s so versatile that she also helped out with the Tamil translation of the same song.
Damini’s talent as a singer didn’t end with playback; she also tried her hand at making her own songs. Her first original work, “Sweet Nothings / Raane,” displayed her unique style and talent.
MM Keeravani was an important figure in Damini’s life and profession because of the advice and mentorship she gave her. Her hard work and talent earned her nominations for several important prizes, including Best Female Playback Singer at the IIFA Utsavam and Best Duet Song at the GAMAs.
It is widely speculated that Damini may appear in the upcoming seventh season of Bigg Boss Telugu, presented by Akkineni Nagarjuna in the year 2023.