Playback singer, actor, producer and director ‘Sripathi Panditharadhyula Charan’ is well known for his work in Tamil and Telugu movies. Additionally, he produced the film Chennai 600028. He has a distinctive voice that is like his father’s yet also unique. He is a dynamic actor who has starred as the lead actor in numerous Tamil serials and hosted TV programmes. He was born on 7 January 1972. SP Charan age is 50 years.
SP Charan Early Life
The late renowned singer S.P Balasubrahmanyam and his spouse Savitri are the parents of Charan. He was born in Chennai. Pallavi is the eldest sister of Charan. She is a vocalist. He attended the ‘Asan Memorial CBSE School’ in Chennai, where he was classmates with well-known Tamil actor Ajithkumar. He took a 2-year course in Film and TV before earning a bachelor’s business administration degree from ‘Pace University’ in New York, USA, in 1994.
SP Charan Career
He began his singing career in 1996, working with renowned Indian composer ‘Isaignani Ilaiyaraja’. Charan formed the musical group “Next Generation” with his pals Venkat Prabhu & Premgi Amaren. The band also consists of Yugendran and Thaman. He is a popular actor from South India. Telugu, Kannada and Tamil are just a few of the languages in which he has appeared on screen. Hudugigagi (2003), Saroja (2008), Vanavarayan Vallavarayan (2014), and Vizhithiru are a few of his acting credits (2017).
Additionally, he served as a judge in several television series, including “Annamalai” (2002), ‘Nenjathai Killaadhe’ (2014), and ‘Super Singer Junior 6’ (2018). He has produced many South Indian movies in addition to acting in them, such as Mazhai (2005), Chennai 600028 (2007), Aaranya Kaandam (2011), and Moone Moonu Varthai (2015). Like his dad, he is a well-known singer who has contributed his voice to a large number of songs, such as ‘Love Paatalu’ from ‘Daddy Daddy’ (1998), ‘Bava Chandamamalu’ from ‘Annayya’ (2000), ‘Priyathama’ from ‘Nuvvu Nenu’ (2001), ‘Oka Thotalo Oka Kommalo’ from Gangotri’ (2003), and ‘Prathi Gaal’ (2016).
SP Charan Controversy
After a meeting at a party in September (2011), Sona Heiden accused Charan of sexual assault. He filed a defamation counterclaim while out on bond. After Charan apologized, his father negotiated a settlement in which the matter was dropped. He remarried in early 2012 after his initial marriage ended in divorce. Late in 2010, Charan had a noticeable weight reduction. He said that it was because he was becoming more health-conscious.
- Charan founded Capital Film Works, his own movie production firm, on January 7, 2002.
- He underwent a total physical transformation from obese to fit in late 2010.
- He has traveled extensively for his musical performances.
- As a producer of the 2011 Tamil film “Aaranya Kaandam,” he earned ‘Swarna Kamal’ at the ’59th National Film Awards’.
- On September 25, 2020, the great vocalist S. P. Balasubrahmanyam passed away in Chennai’s MGM hospital due to lung problems.
- He was employed by a Sri Lankan tv company as a host for the television programme “Ilaya Gnanam.”
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