Singer - Jyotsna Radhakrishnan

Jyotsna Radhakrishnan (born September 5, 1986) is a playback singer in Malayalam cinema. She is based in Thrissur, Kerala.

Jyotsna was born in Kuwait. At a very young age she moved to Abudhabi.

She did her schooling in Asian International School in Ruwais, a industrial area which is near Abudhabi. She was appreciated for her singing abilities. She participated in many singing competitions in her school and won many prizes.

Jyotsna's interest in music started at a very young age. She has learnt Carnatic vocal under Mangad Natesan (A.I.R. artiste) and Hindustani classical vocal under Guru Dinesh Devdas.

Although she started her career in Malayalam cinema with the song "Valakilukkam Kettedee" from the film Pranayamani Thooval in 2002, she shot into the limelight with the song "Sughamanee Nilavu" from Nammal after which she has had a very busy professional singing career. She has sung in almost 130 movies including Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. She has lent her voice for 200 albums. Some of her other hits include ”Karuppinazhagu” from Swapnakoodu, "Melleyonnu" from Manassinakkare, and "Meheruba" from Perumazhakkalam.

Some of her latest films include Classmates, Pothen Vava, Don, Notebook and Janmam. She has traveled to the U.K., U.S.A., Australia and Singapore for musical programs and has performed with almost all leading playback singers of south India. She successfully concluded another North American tour with singer G. Venugopal and in August 2013 in Australia with Unni Menon performing for Malayalees in major cities. This was her first trip to Australia where she was accompanied by Ramesh Pisharody.