Chetan Sosca

Chetan Krishna popularly known as Chetan Sosca (Kannada: ಚೇತನ್ ಸಾಸ್ಕ) is an Indian playback singer and composer who has performed the music for many Kannada films.[1]

Chetan Sosca
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Born
Bangalore, India
OccupationPlayback singer
AwardsKarnataka State Film Award, Filmfare Award South 2009 & 2011, Suvarna Film Awards 2009 & 2011, South Scope Awards, Mirchi Music award south 2009, 2011 & 2014, ETV award, UdayaTV award, Aryabhata award, Chitrarasikara Sangha award, Chitrapremigala Sangha award, Aryabhata award, Santhosham award 2011,

CareerEdit

Chetan Krishna’s film music debut was in the 2001 movie Kothigalu Saar Kothigalu. He has since sung over 1000 songs in Kannada movies. He has worked with Hamsalekha. Mano Murthy, Hari Krishna and Guru Kiran.

He composed the music for the 2017 film 1/4 kg Preethi.

He started his career in the year 2001 from kothigalu Saar kothigalu followed by tavarige baa tangi, nanjundi, title song for Nenapirali. He sang the pathos song "Janumada Gelathi" for the 2007 released film, Cheluvina Chittara. Following this song, he began to receive offers to sing in many films. In 2008, he recorded songs for films such as Moggina Manasu, Taj Mahal and Chaitrada Chandrama.

In 2009 his song "Yaare Nee Devatheya" for the film Ambaari won awards including Filmfare South Indian Awards, Karnataka State Film Awards, Suvarna Film Awards, Mirchi Music Award south, South scope cine awards.[2]

In the 2010 film Pancharangi he sang the title track and its sloka version. He also sang songs for films such as Krishnan Love Story, adduri. In 2011, his song "Yaarig Helona" from Lifeu Ishtene won awards like Filmfare South Indian Awards, Suvarna Film Awards , Mirchi Music Award south indian award and the Santhosham south indian award.

His song Pyarge Aagbittaite for the film Govindaya Namaha was successful and won Mirchi music award and was nominated for Filmfare award[3] Recent works include "Cindrella" (Addhuri), "Be Be Be" (Rana), "Ninthu Nodalenu" (Shikari), "Appu Hey Appu" (Dev Son of Mudde Gowda).

He has played in the Karnataka state senior basketball team in the national championships three times and once in the Indian junior team. He has also played handball in the Karnataka state senior handball team seven times in the national championships.

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