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Nanditha ties the knot



Upcoming playback singer Nanditha, popularly known as Bangalore Chitra, will certainly not forget the year 2003. It has been a year of glad tidings for her. She bagged her first State award early this year as the best female singer for the film Gandhada Gombe.

Nanditha has won her second State award consecutively for rendering poet G S Shivarudrappa’s song Yede Thumbi Haaduvenu in the film Paris Pranaya. A software techie, Nanditha went on to cut her first-ever music album on the veena after quitting a plush job with Cisco. Now, Nanditha has tied the knot with Rakesh, a software engineer with Philips Software. While she hails from Channarayapatna, Rakesh is from Bangalore, and is the son of former CSIR Director N V Raman. The couple was all smiles receiving greetings from friends, most of who were from the film industry.

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