Ramya NSK

Ramya NSK

Ramya NSK is an Indian playback singer from Tamil Nadu. She is the granddaughter of the legendary Actor/singer/comedian Kalaivanar N. S. Krishnan and Nadippisai Pulavar K. R. Ramasamy. She is known especially for the song Satru Munbu from the film Neethaane En Ponvasantham for which she won the “Best Playback Singer Female Award” of Vijay Awards 2012 for the same. She bagged the Best playback singer award for Tamil cinema during the Filmfare awards 2013.

She was born and brought up in Chennai and is a Visual Communication graduate from Women’s Christian College. Right after studies, she joined an FM station (Radio City), as a Music Manager where she worked for five years. She is a trained singer and she has learnt carnatic as well as western music for more than 16 years. She is one of the leading singers in Chennai and she has sung over 300 songs in five different languages and has always been well appreciated for her contemporary way of singing. Though she started learning Carnatic music in her childhood days; she soon was more inclined to learn western classical and she eventually joined the Emmanuel Methodist Church Choir and was part of it for over eight years.

Personal
Name Ramya NSK
Real Name  Ramya
Nick Name  Ramya
DOB  06/10/1987
Place of Birth Chennai,Tamil Nadu
Complexion Dark
Hair color Black
Eye color Black
Nationality Indian
Religion Hindu
School  AMM Matriculation Hr. Sec. School
College Women's Christian College, Chennai
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Hobbies  Singing
Professional
Occupation Playback Singer
Active from 2008
Debut movie Pandhayam (Tamil)
Known For Neethaane En Ponvasantham,Aarambam,Anegan
Awards  Vijay Awards 2013 (Needhaane En Ponvasantham)
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Home Town Chennai
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Marital Status  Single
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Social media
Facebook  @SingerRamyaNSK
Twitter  @SingerRamya
Instagram  @ramyansk
Interesting Facts
She is the granddaughter of comedian N. S. Krishnan and T. A. Mathuram.

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