Indulekha Warrier

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Indulekha Warrier
Birth nameIndulekha J
Also known asIndulekha Jayaraj
Born (1993-07-15) 15 July 1993 (age 29)
Thrissur, Kerala, India
Genres Indian classical, Playback Singing, Rap
Occupation(s) Playback Singer, Music Composer, Actor
Years active2011 – present

Indulekha Warrier (born 15 July 1993) is an Indian playback singer, composer, rapper and an actor. [1] She predominantly works in Malayalam cinema in addition to Tamil and Telugu films. Indulekha is trained in Carnatic classical music, Kathakali Sangeetham traditions and is also a recognised rap artist. [2]


Personal life

Indulekha Warrier was born in Thrissur to Jayaraj Warrier, a Standup Comic/Caricaturist, Actor in the Malayalam film Industry and Usha Jayaraj. Born into a family inclined to arts, Indulekha was introduced to the world of music as a child and started singing at an early age, initially accompanying her father on his tours. She is married to Anand Achuthankutty, a civilian officer with the Indian Defence Accounts Service. The couple have a son Sarang, who was born on 23 December 2021


Indulekha started her career making an acting debut in the movie Loudspeaker (film) in 2009, in which she acted in a song in the movie. She returned as a playback singer in 2014, with the song Eeran Kannino Devaroopam, for the Malayalam movie Apothecary (film). She has since contributed to Malayalam cinema and malayalam rap.


2009 Loudspeaker (film) Jayaraj Soudamini


2014Eeran Kannino DevaroopamSheikh Ellahi Apothecary (film) Malayalam
2015Pesu Pesu Vidyasagar Uchathula Shiva Tamil
2018Puthu Chemba Sharreth Autorsha Malayalam
2020PattupettikaraIndulekha Warrier Duniyavinde Orrattathu Malayalam

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