The year 2020 has been the worst year in history it has faced so many deaths because of the pandemic COVID-19. This year was more hurtful for Indians because it has lost so many legends. It was too much to take at once.
Today India got one more big shock by the demise of SP Bala Subramanyam, it is a huge loss. Sripathi Panditaradhyula Balasubrahmanyam was an Indian musician, playback singer, music director, actor, dubbing artist, and film producer who worked predominantly in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi, and Malayalam films.
He sung over 40,000 songs in 16 Indian languages, he was one of the most intelligent people. He was born in Tiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu, enrolled at JNTU College of Engineering Anantapur with the ambition of becoming an engineer, he discontinued his studies early due to typhoid and joined as an Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers, Chennai.
He was a music lover from the start only he was pursuing music along with college life. SP Bala Subramanyam made his debut as a playback singer on 15 December 1966 with Sri Sri Sri Maryada Ramanna, a Telugu film.
Recognition and Awards
He was recognized as a great legend singer and was rewarded with many recognition and awards.
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam has won 12 awards –
- Filmfare Award in 1990
- Filmfare Award – Telugu in 2007
- Filmfare Award – Tamil in 2008
- Filmfare Award – Kannada in 2011
- National Award in 1996
- National Award in 1995
- National Award in 1988
- National Award in 1983
- National Award in 1981
- National Award in 1979
- Filmfare Award South in 1987
- Filmfare Award South in 1984.
He was admitted to MGM Healthcare in Chennai since August 5 after he tested positive for coronavirus. The official announcement from MGM Healthcare said that despite maximal life support measures, the singer passed because of a cardio-respiratory arrest.
He left us on September 25 at 1:04 pm. This is a huge loss for everyone, he was a legend and will always be remembered as a legend.
Famous Songs S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
- Pehla Pehla Pyar – Hum Aapke Hain Koun…! · 1994
- Dil Deewana – Maine Pyar Kiya · 1989
- Mere Rang Mein Rangne Wali – Maine Pyar Kiya · 1989
- Gore Gore Paon – Ghoonghat · 1997
- Sagar se Gehra Hai Pyar – Majhdhaar · 1947
- Kuchiku Kuchiku – Diggajaru · 2001
- Mujhse Juda Hokar – Hum Aapke Hain Koun…!
- Hum Bane Tum Bane – Ek Duuje Ke Liye
- Aaja Shaam Hone Aayee – Maine Pyar Kiya
- Manil Indha – Keladi Kanmani · 1990
- Hum Na Samjhe The (Jhankar) – Gardish (Jhankar) · 1993
- Sundari Kannal – Thalapathi · 1991
- Kumthalakadi – Mannan · 1992
- Ding Dang Dang – Panakkaran · 1990
- Dekha Hai Pehli Baar – Saajan · 1991
- Mukha Nodi Mola Haakabeda – Mutthanna · 1994
- Premalokada Parijathave – Jaana · 1994
- Anando Brahma Govindo – Shiva · 1990
- Bahut Pyar Karte Hai-Male – JB – Saajan · 1991