C. O. Anto

C. O. Anto was an Indian film singer in Malayalam cinema during the 1960s and 1970s.[2] His first film song was "Kummiyadikkuvin" for the movie Kadalamma in 1963.[3] He has sung 178 Malayalam songs from 160 films.[4] His popular songs were "Madhurikkum Ormakale", "Kummiyadikkuvin", "Chingakkulirkatte Agnipushpam", "Kannillathoru Kadalppalam" (drama) and "Vasantharavin". He died on 24 February 2001.[5][6]

C. O. Anto[1]
BornKochi, Kerala, India
GenresPlayback singing, Carnatic music
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1963–2001
LabelsAudiotracs

FilmographyEdit

As an actorEdit

  • Odayil Ninnu (1965)

Partial DiscographyEdit

  • Kummiyadikkuvin ... Kadalamma 1963
  • Unnanam Uranganam ... Oraal Koodi Kallanaayi 2124
  • Veedinu Ponmani ... Kudumbini 1964
  • Thinthaare Thinthaare ... Kaattuthulasi 1965
  • Pathupara Vithupaadu ... Inapraavukal 1965
  • Padachavanundenkil ... Daaham 1965
  • Kadukolam Theeyundengil ... Thirichadi 1968
  • Kakkakkarumbikale ... Ezhu Raathrikal 1968
  • Thedukayaanellaarum ... Pengal 1968
  • Kunnathoru Kaavundu ... Asuravithu 1968
  • Theyyam Theyyam ... Asuravithu 1968
  • Kunkuma Maram Vetti ... Asuravithu 1968
  • Panamoru Ballaatha ... Lakshaprabhu 1968
  • Ice Cream ... Vidyaarthi 1968
  • Pachilakkili ... Vidyaarthi 1968
  • Sindabad ... Vidyaarthi 1968
  • Bhoogolam Thiriyunnu ... Padunna Puzha 1968
  • Amme Mahaakaaliyamme ... Love In Kerala 1968
  • Madhurikkum ormakale

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.raaga.com/channels/malayalam/singers/CO_Anto.html
  2. ^ CO Anto. Malayalachalachithram.com (24 February 2001). Retrieved on 2019-02-06.
  3. ^ KUDUMBINI 1964 – Kochi. The Hindu (28 March 2011). Retrieved on 2019-02-06.
  4. ^ In tune with the Malayali. The Hindu (24 October 2013). Retrieved on 2019-02-06.
  5. ^ List of Malayalam Songs by Singers CO Anto. En.msidb.org (26 January 2009). Retrieved on 2019-02-06.
  6. ^ Co Anto Latest News | Breaking News on Co Anto | Videos, Photos at. In.com. Retrieved on 6 February 2019.

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