SP Balasubramaniam wanted to become an engineer, made a record by singing 21 Kannada songs in one day

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Famous singer SP Balasubramanian passed away at 1:04 pm on Friday afternoon. SP Charan, son of the singer, has given this information. Ever since the news of Balasubramanian's demise came to light, the stars, as well as fans, have been mourning on social media. Balasubramaniam was not only an amazing singer but also a great dubbing artist. He has also received the Nandi Award twice for dubbing. The Nandi Award is the highest honor of the Government of Andhra Pradesh for Telugu cinema, theater, and TV.


Apart from being a singer, Balasubramanian, Anil Kapoor, Girish Karnad, Mohanlal to Rajinikanth have been dubbing in Tamil or Telugu. Since the beginning of his career, he has worked in many Tamil and Telugu films. If you talk about Balasubramanian in Hindi cinema, then in his hit list, 'Sach Mere Yaar Hai', 'O Maria', 'Dil Deewana', 'Kaboot Ja Ja Ja', 'Aaja Sham Hone Aayi' There were many songs like 'Didi Tera Dewar Deewana', Pehla Pehla Pyar Hai and 'Roja Jaaneeman'.


Born in 1946, SP Balasubramaniam was interested in music from the very beginning. Balasubramaniam was a brilliant singer, winning the hearts of the audience, as well as Balasubramaniam, had won several awards. Balasubramaniam had won six National Awards, that too in four different languages ​​- Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. SP Balasubramaniam, born in South India and singing in many languages, openly said that he got the feeling and inspiration of the song from Hindi songs, especially he was a big fan of Mohammad Rafi.


By the way, very few people would know that Balasubramaniam was definitely interested in music but the dream was to become an engineer. In the music world, he is not only famous for singing, but he has also done a lot of work as a music director. In 1966, he sang the first song in the Tamil film Shree Shree Maryada Ramanna. From there, opportunities also started in Tamil and Kannada. In the film 'Maine Pyaar Kiya', Salman Khan sang the lyrics of this film by SP Balasubramanian.

SP Balasubramaniam, who has been singing since the 60s, remained active till the age of 74 and kept the audience crazy. The most special thing in Balasubramaniam's journey was that he had never studied classical music. It is famous for SP Balasubramaniam that he made a record by giving voice to 21 Kannada songs in a single day and it is also claimed that the record of the highest number of songs (about 40000) is also his name. But SP Balasubramaniam himself said in 2016 that now he himself has forgotten the count.