Supriya Lohith

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Supriyaa Ram (Supriya Lohith)
Origin Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Genres Indian Film Music
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active2007–present
Website https://www.supriyalohith.com/

Supriyaa Ram (Supriya Lohith) is an Indian playback singer born in Bengaluru.

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Discography

YearFilmSongMusic DirectorCo-singers
2019 Paris Paris Vela Mulla sollulaAmit Trivedi Sathya Prakash
2019 Butterfly Mella kai hididuAmit TrivediSathya Prakash
2019 Aadi Lakshmi Puraana Manase MuttaalaAnup BhandariVijay Prakash
2019 Kempegowda 2 UsireVarun UnniVarun Unni
2019 Yaana Mirchi songJoshua Sridhar Indu Nagaraj, Santhosh Venky
2019 Naduve Antaravirali Kannu kannuManikanth Kadri
2017 Chamak Nee nanna olavuJudah SandhyAbhinandan
Gultoo KadalaacheAmit AnandRaghu Ram
Onthara BannagaluNoothanaBharath BJAbhinandan & Bharath BJ
Rang BirangiNakshatraManikanth Kadri Nakul Abhyankar
Juliet lover of Idiot (Telugu)ILa chudara nanaRatheesh Vega
Heegondu DinaNade NadeAbhilash Gupta
2017 Mass Leader Abida AbidaVeer Samarth Veer Samarth
Attempt to MurderIli SanjeyaJeet SinghSolo
TajmahalHoovantha PreethiAbhiman Roy Hariharan
BombaatStrawberry KenneyaMano Murthy Rajesh Krishnan
Haage SummaneOorella Koogi HeluveMano MurthyKeshav
Madesha Munjane manjaguMano Murthy Kunal Ganjawala
Maleyu barali manju iraliYeno aagide nanageMano Murthy Tippu
Murali meets MeeraNee naade naaAbhiman RoySolo
Bheema theeradalliManase ondu saari keluAbhiman RoyBadari Prasad
Savaari 2 Ninna Danigagi(version2)Manikanth Kadri Santhosh Venky
Jaathre Tarikere yerimeleManikanth Kadri Puneeth Rajkumar
Topiwala Gala galaV. HarikrishnaTippu
Jayammana magaBaa baare cheluve Arjun Janya Arjun Janya
Belli Doona DoonaV Sridhar Sambhram Karthik
Belli belliV Sridhar Sambhram
Jai LalithaDilge dilgeV Sridhar Sambhram Ankit Tiwari
Run Antony MarulaManikanth KadriSoham Chakraborthy
RoseEy huduga Anoop Seelin Sriram
AatagaraTaramayya Anoop Seelin Santosh Venky
Male Ninnanda nodalenduJassie GiftKarthik
Bul bulJassie GiftJassie Gift
Rathavara Nee muddada maayavi Dharma Vish Rajesh Krishnan
Brahma Vishnu MaheshwaraWhy should only boys have the fun Anoop Seelin Solo
KaaranjiAalapVeer SamarthSolo
Kaada haadiya hoogaluThiliyuvavarillaRamanujamSolo
Arjun weds Amrutha (Tulu)Mokeda ponnu L. N. Shastry Hemanth
Rang (Tulu)Kadala poyyedaManikanth Kadri Nakul Abhyankar
Yeregla panodchi(Tulu)Kamala vimalaGiridhare DiwanSolo
Soombe(Tulu)Love patientEdberg Dillon Gurukiran
Are Marlere(Tulu)ChameliDevdas KapikadSolo
Slicon cityBhetiyada ee ghalige Anoop Seelin Siddharth
Aa eradu varshagaluYarivalu gulabi Anoop Seelin Siddharth
Mosagallaku mosagadu(Telugu)Hello HelloManikanth KadriKarthik
BangariKannalle sanne maadiAM NeelKarthik
2018LootyMalavalli Dharma Vish Nagendra
Khushi Dharma Vish Avinash Chebbi

The song "Neenaade naa" in Murali Meets Meera was her first biggest hit

'''Supriyaa Ram (Supriya Lohith)''' has recorded songs with singers such as Ankit Tiwari, Hariharan, Unni Menon, Rajesh Krishnan, Vijay Prakash, Kunal Ganjawala, Tippu, Karthik, Haricharan, Armaan Malik.

'''Supriyaa Ram (Supriya Lohith)''' won the Best playback singer award by KIMA for the song Nee naade naa|Neenaade naa. [1]

Awards

"SIIMA-2018" Nominee for her song “Nee nanna olavu” from the blockbuster film “Chamak”

Filmfare-2018” nominee for the song “Nee nanna olavu” from the blockbuster film “Chamak”

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