Jolly Abraham

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Jolly Abraham
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Jolly Abraham in 2009
Background information
Born Kochi, Kerala, India
Genres Playback singing, Carnatic music
Occupation(s)Singer, actor
Years active1973–1996

Jolly Abraham, also known as Jollee Abraham, is an Indian gospel singer [1] and film singer in Malayalam cinema. [2] He sang more than 100 Malayalam movie songs during the 1970s and 1980s. His debut song was for Chattambikalyani in 1973. He was born in Kumbalam, Eranakulam, and is a graduate in BSc Botany from Sacred Heart College Thevara, Cochin. He has also sung a few Tamil, Telugu and Kannada movie songs. Married with two children, he lives in Chennai. [3]


Partial filmography

As an actor

As a singer

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