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K S Chithra makes a rare appearance on ‘Kodeeshwaran'; Kerala floored!

Submitted by on June 28, 2012 – 9:10 pmNo Comment |

Its true when they say that they don’t make them like her any more. The question as to who is your favorite female singer in Malayalam is not likely to yield different answers. Unanimously Kerala would reply K S Chitra. The much adored nightingale of the state, is one who has always maintained an impeccable demeanor in her personal and professional life.

It’s not every day that you get to see K S Chitra making a public appearance on television, and when she did finally make an appearance on the reality show ‘Kodeeshwaran’ on Asianet, viewers were in for a delightful surprise. Chitra wowed us time and again with her short renditions of her hit songs like ‘Kannam Thumbi Poraamo…’, ‘Kanaalane…’, ‘Kannaadikkoodum Kootti…’, and ‘Nettiyil Poovulla…’ and the state of Kerala was literally floored.

Chitra’s appearance on the show was for the Snehanandana Charitable Trust, that has been named after her daughter who is no more. Chitra revealed further that they had plans to provide a pension of 3000 rupees per month to musicians who were over sixty, who found it difficult to make both ends meet. Such noble thoughts for a noble cause from a noble person…may her tribe increase!

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