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Harini is an Indian film playback singer and classical singer, who sings mainly in Tamil films. She has also sung in Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada language films Bollywood Actress, whilst working with many leading film composers. She is married to another playback singer, Tippu. Harini learnt Carnatic music from Gowri and Radha Viswanathan from the age of four. In her later years, she learned from Sudha Raghunathan and currently from Suguna Purushotthaman.She used to participate in school competitions and in one such competition which she won, A. R. Rahman who distributed the prizes invited the winners to his studio to record their voices. Subsequently, she was called by Suhasini Maniratnam to sing “Nila Kaigirathu” for her first film Indira.

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Harini

Harini latest spicy navel pictures

Harini

Harini latest spicy navel pictures

Harini

Harini latest spicy navel pictures

Harini latest pictures

Harini latest spicy navel pictures

Harini latest pictures

Harini’s First Song is Nila Kaigirathu in Indira Movie. Some of Her Famous Songs in Telugu are “Nanda Nandana” From Ravoi Chandamama, “Himaseemallo” Song From Annayya, “Lux Papa” From Narasimha Naidu, “Cheliya Cheliya” From kushi, “Ekkada Ekkada” in Murari, “Emaindo Emogani” From ninnu Choodalani, “Vunna Maata ” From Nuvvu Naku Nachav, From Akasaha Veedilo Film she sung “Vennello Aadapilla”, “Chandamama”, “Akka Bava” Songs From Bava Nachadu, “Ko Ko Ko” From Cheppalani Undi, “Tala Talamani” from Kalusukovalani, “Nee Navvula” from Aadi.”Andagaada Andagaada” From Gharshana, “Madhura Madhuratara” From Arjun, “Emantaaro” From Gudumba Shankar, “O Prema” From 10th Class, Orugalluke Pilla Pilla From Sainikudu, “Kalanainaa” From Chukkalo Chandrudu, “Naa Prema” From Ullasamga Utsahamga, “Nammakam Iyyara” from Komaram Puli, “Mila Milamani” From Baava, “Thiru Thiru Gananaadha” From 100% Love, “Jiyajaley” From Bodyguard, “Nesthama Nesthama” From Damarukam, “Raani Raani” From Brothers, “Bangaru Konda” From Ko Antey Koti, “Thanjavuru” From Legend, “Ee Sinnee Sinnaari” From Anekudu.