Ilayaraja’s daughter Bhavadharini passes away


Ilayaraja’s daughter and singer Bhavadharini passed away today. Bhawadharini, who was suffering from cancer for the past 5 months, was undergoing Ayurvedic treatment in Sri Lanka. In this condition, Bhavatharini passed away without treatment.


She won the National Award for Best Playback Singer for the song Mayil Pola in Bharti. Bavadharini has sung the song ‘En Vidya Sannal’ in the film Raman Attullah and songs such as ‘Thaliye Thaka Alai’ in the film ‘Thamirabharani’.


Bavatarini has been suffering from cancer for the past few years and it has been reported that she has passed away in Sri Lanka. It is noteworthy that Bhavadharani is now 47 years old. she is famous for singing many songs in more than 30 films. her death has shocked the entire film industry.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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