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Bhavatharani Raja is an Indian Tamil singer and music director. She is the daughter of film composer Ilaiyaraaja and her brothers are the noted film composers Karthik Raja and Yuvan Shankar Raja. She has mostly sung songs under the direction of her father and brothers. She was awarded the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer in 2000 for her rendition of the song "Mayil Pola Ponnu Onnu" from the film Bharathi, composed by her father Ilaiyaraaja.
|Also known as||Bhavatharani, Bavatharini, Pavatharini, Bhavadharini, Bhavatha|
|Origin||Tamil Nadu, India|
|Occupation(s)||Playback singer, Music Director|
Bhavatharini Raja made her debut as a singer for Raasaiya. Her song was a major hit. From then onward, she has sung in albums composed by her father and brothers.
She turned music director for the 2002 film Mitr, My Friend, directed by Revathi, starring Shobhana. She then forayed into the Telugu film industry with Avunaa. She has also composed music for Phir Milenge, directed by Revathi, starring Shilpa Shetty, Abhishek Bachchan and Salman Khan. In June 2012, she was roped in to score the tunes for Vellachi, a village-based project.
She is married to an advertising executive, R. Sabariraj, son of S.N. Ramachandran. Ramachandran is a former journalist who went into publishing and started Kannan Advertising. Bhavatharani studied at Rosary Matric School in Chennai.
- 1984: My Dear Kuttichathan (Malayalam)
- 1995 Raasaiyya
- 1996 Alexander
- 1997 Thedinen Vanthathu
- 1997 Karuvelam Pookkal
- 1997: Kadhalukku Mariyadhai
- 1998: Kaliyoonjal (Malayalam)
- 2000: Bharathi (National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer)
- 2001: Azhagi
- 2001: Friends
- 2005: Oru Naal Oru Kanavu
- 2005: Ponmudipuzhayorathu (Malayalam)
- 2006: Azhagai Irukkirai Bayamai Irukkirathu
- 2006: Thaamirabharani
- 2007: Naalaiya Pozhuthum Unnodu
- 2008: Uliyin Osai
- 2008: Dhanam
- 2009: Paa
- 2010: Goa
- 2011: Mankatha
- 2012: Gundello Godari (Telugu)
- 2014: Anegan
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