Sangeetha Mahayuddham

Sangeetha Mahayuddham, also known as Amul Sangeetha Mahayuddham, is a 2010-2012 Indian reality TV singing competition in the Tamil language that was broadcast on Sun TV.

Sangeetha Mahayuddham
Country of originIndia
Original languageTamil
Production locationsTamil Nadu, India
Running time1 hour
Production companySaibaba Telefilms Pvt. Ltd
Original networkSun TV
Picture format(SDTV)
Original release19 June 2010 (2010-06-19) –
25 November 2012 (2012-11-25)

The show features 6 Indian playback singers who lead their teams of contestants to compete against each other team with a view of winning the Sangeeta Mahayuddham Champion Trophy.

Season 1Edit

The debut season of the show premiered on 19 June 2010, and was hosted by playback singer Chinmayi. The show was telecast on weekend nights.

Teams (season 1)Edit

Thanjai ThalapathigalEdit

The "Thanjai Thalapathigal" team consisted of:

  1. Madhu Balakrishnan (playback singer team captain)
  2. Suchithra
  3. Kaviya, was 11 years old at the time of the show.
  4. Bharath

Tirichy ThimingalangalEdit

The "Tirichy Thimingalangal" team consisted of:

  1. Srilekha Parthasarathy (playback singer team captain)
  2. Saisharan, a finalist of Vijay TV's debut season of Airtel Super Singer Junior.
  3. Vignesh, runner up of Vijay TV's debut season of Airtel Super Singer Junior.
  4. Manasi, winner of Sun TV's Athiradi Singer.

Nellai SooraveliEdit

The "Nellai Sooraveli" team consisted of:

  1. Annupamaa (playback singer team captain)
  2. Kousshik Ram
  3. Krishnamoorthy, winner of Vijay TV's debut season of Airtel Super Singer Junior.
  4. Monissha

Madurai VeerargalEdit

The "Madurai Veerargal" team consisted of:

  1. Vijay Yesudas (playback singer team captain)
  2. Guruprasad
  3. Srisha
  4. Anakah

Chennai SingangalEdit

The "Chennai Singangal" team consisted of:

  1. Devan Ekambaram (playback singer team captain)
  2. Gurupriya
  3. Aishwarya
  4. Sasinprabhu

Kovai KilladigalEdit

The "Kovai Killadigal" team consisted of:

  1. Mathangi Jagdish (playback singer team captain)
  2. Al Rufian
  3. Bhargavi
  4. Sathyanarayanan

Grand Finale (season 1)Edit

The teams selected for the finale were Srilekha's Tiruchi Thimingalangal and Madhu's Thanjai Thalapathigal.[1]

Srilekha's team members were Saisharan, Vignesh and Manasi,[1] of which Saisharan and Vignesh appeared on music competition reality shows aired on Vijay TV, and Manasi appeared on a music competition reality show aired earlier on Sun TV. Madhu led Suchithra, Kavya and Bharath into the battle.[1]

A special jury consisting of eminent personalities from the Tamil music industry including Vani Jairam judged the finale.[1]

Finale Result (season 1)Edit

The Thanjai Thalapathigal team led by playback singer Madhu Balakrishnan won the competition.

Season 2Edit

The second season of the show premiered on 30 October 2010.[2] Auditions took place in various cities across Tamil Nadu in November 2010.[2] Playback singer and host of season 1, Chinmayi, announced she would not return to host the show for the subsequent season. Her replacement host was playback singer and season 1 captain-contestant, Mathangi Jagdish, Grand Finale on 25 November 2012.

Teams (season 2)Edit

Isai SooravaligalEdit

The "Isai Sooravaligal" team consisted of:

  1. Grace Karunas (playback singer team captain)
  2. Divyasri
  3. Febin
  4. Deepthi

Raaga DeepangalEdit

The "Raaga Deepangal" team consisted of:

  1. Ranjith (playback singer team captain)
  2. Surach
  3. Preethi Bhargavi
  4. Ovviya

Paayum PuligalEdit

The "Paayum Puligal" team consisted of:

  1. Prasanna (playback singer team captain)
  2. Diwakar
  3. Madhumitha Shankar
  4. Srisha

Singa KuttiesEdit

The "Singa Kutties" team consisted of:

  1. Sunitha Sarathy (playback singer team captain)
  2. Roshini
  3. Guna
  4. Mukundh

Sangeetha SudargalEdit

The "Sangeetha Sudargal" team consisted of:

  1. Rahul Nambiar (playback singer team captain)
  2. Ajay
  3. Kirthika
  4. Sarath

Paatu ThimingalangalEdit

The "Paatu Thimingalangal" team consisted of:

  1. Naveen (playback singer team captain and son of Raveendran)
  2. Karthik
  3. Shruthi
  4. Malvika Sundaresan


  1. ^ a b c d "Anjaraipettai - The Hindu". The Hindu. 24 September 2010. Retrieved 2 May 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Simply cinema - The Hindu". The Hindu. 29 October 2010. Retrieved 2 May 2015.

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