Sangeeta Sajith (1976–2022) was an Indian playback singer and Carnatic musician. He mainly worked in South Indian films. He died on 22 May 2022 due to kidney related ailments.
Sangeeta Sajith was born in 1976.age 46 years; by 2022) at Nagampadam, Kottayam, Kerala. Later, she settled in Chennai.
Height (approx.): 5′ 5
Hair Color: black
Eye Colour: black
parents and siblings
His father’s name is VG Sachit and his mother’s name is Rajamma. He had two elder sisters named Swapna Shyamaprasad and Smita Anil.
husband and children
She was married and had a daughter named Aparna.
Sangeeta Sajith started her career as a singer with the Tamil song “MTV Parthuputta” in the film ‘Nalaiya Therapu’ (1992). She acted as a singer in more than 200 songs.
She rose to fame with the Tamil song “Thanerai Kadhalikum” from the movie ‘Mr’. Romeo (1996) composed by the famous Indian composer AR Rahmani, He lent his voice to songs like ‘Ennu Swantham Jankikutty’ (1998), ‘Aalare Govinda’ from ‘Kakkuil’ (2001), ‘Odathandil Thalam Kittam’ from ‘Pazhassi Raja’ (2009). Dhoom Dhoom Dooreetho” from ‘Rakkipattu’ (2013). She sang the Malayalam song “Thalam Poyi” from the film ‘Ayyappanam Koshiyum’ (2009). At one of the Tamil Nadu government film award ceremonies, she sang the Tamil song “Gyan Pazhathai Pizhinthu” Late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, who was there as the chief guest, liked her song and presented her a gold chain. In 2020, she sang the Malayalam song “Thalam Poyi” from the film ‘Ayyappanam Koshiyum’ as her own. His last song was the theme song of the Malayalam film ‘Kuruthi’ (2021).
After suffering from several kidney related ailments, he left the world on 22 May 2022. He breathed his last at his sister’s residence in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. His last rites were performed at Shanthi Kavadman, a public crematorium in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Several South Indian celebrities like veteran Indian singer KS Chitra shared their grief over Sangeeta’s demise. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also expressed condolences. Indian song composer James Bejoy took to Facebook to share his grief. He uploaded a photo of Sangeeta with the caption,
You were always so sweet and warm. It was a privilege for me to be able to work with you on the song ‘Thalam Poyi’.