The 8 Very Best Songs Of Kavita Krishnamurthy

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Updated on 2 Aug, 2014 at 6:45 am


She is known for her sweet voice and an equally sweet persona. A recipient of the prestigious Padma Shri award, Kavita Krishnamurthy is a classically trained singer who has started a music institute in the year 2007. Though she started her career in 1980, she had some great hits to her name in the 90s. Let’s bring together some of her greatest songs here:

8. Aaj Main Upar (Khamoshi, 1996)

What a movie and what a song! Another remarkable work of hers for that won her the acclaimed Filmfare Award.  This song expresses the excitement of a girl and the happiness doesn’t miss reaching your heart, with Kavita’s unblemished contribution.

7. Dhol Bajne Laga (Virasat, 1997)


This song gives you a lot of enthusiasm. The energy is well captured in the music and the powerful voice of Kavita. This fast paced number is another memorable work of hers.

6. Hawa Hawai (Mr. India, 1987)

This bubbly number from Mr. India has been sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy with lot of vigor and life. You will find yourself humming the tune and getting addicted to this peppy number.

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5. Pyar Hua Chupke Se (1942 A Love Story, 1992)

Kavita Krishnamurthy won the Filmfare Award for Best Playback Singer for this song. This song conveys the innocence of a girl and Kavita doesn’t fall short in emoting that effortlessly.

4. Mera Piya Ghar Aaya (Yaraana, 1995)

Another peppy song to her name is from the film Yaraana. It also won her the Filmfare award and is one of the hit numbers of the 90s era.

3. Maar Dala (Devdas, 2002)

Known for its epic acting and fantabulous songs, this movie had Kavita sing some great numbers. She was the voice for songs picturized on Madhuri Dixit. This song of the courtesan singing for Devdas, was not only beautifully sung but also remarkably shot.

2. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, 1999)

This romantic movie is remembered for its touching songs. This song in particular touches the right cord, and involves you emotionally as you listen to it. Not only do the lyrics leave an impact, her priceless singing leaves an everlasting impact on you.

1. Kehna Hi Kya (Bombay, 1995)

A.R. Rahman’s soulful music was given an equally soulful feel by Kavita Krishnamurthy in this song. This song is said to have been included in the ‘1000 Song Everyone Must Hear‘ list by The Guardian. With the precision in singing, Kavita has displayed her singing talent to the utmost.