Calm and poised but full of spunk, the dusky captivating singer Sanah Moidutty, whom fans adore in every mood and style, is back with her another Bollywood track ‘Matvaare’ from Arjun Kapoor starrer ‘India's Most Wanted’ which is composed by Amit Trivedi. The singer who broke to fame with 'Tu Hai' and 'Sindhu Maa' from legendary composer A.R Rahman's Mohenjo Daro, started singing since the age of five. Her passion for singing transformed into a career after she completed her engineering from St Francis Institute of Technology in Mumbai.
In conversation with Chennai Chronicle, the ace singer avers, "I did my first stage show when I was seven. In engineering college there was a talent hunt and one of the judges was composer Shree D, who noticed me and I started my journey with the title track of 'Always Kabhi Kabhi.' In 2013, I rendered my voice for the song 'Moto Ghotalo' from the movie Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, composed by duo Vishal-Shekhar". In 2017, she collaborated with Sachin-Jigar for the song 'Afeemi' from Meri Pyaari Bindu.
She learnt Carnatic classical music for 6 years under Sundari Gopalakrishnan and Hindustani classical music for 7 years under Madhuvanti Pethe. She has also sung a Tamil song 'Mei Nigara' from the movie, again for A.R Rahman. She recently came out with her latest cover of the popular Malayalam song 'Karutha Penne', from the Mohanlal-starrer Thenmavin Kombath. Interestingly the song has crossed 19 million views and she has received lot of appreciation for it.
The singer says that working with Rahman sir has been a great learning experience. "Working with Amit Trivedi was extremely fulfilling. His style is unique, I always wanted to work with him and his collaboration with lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya has been a winning combination". The self-effacing and apparently shy in nature, Sanah Moidutty has also recorded for Kannada, Malayalam and Marathi movies....