In its first ever attempt to pay a tribute to the legendary playback singer of the country SP Balasubramaniam, the Colors Kannada channel along with the music directors and films stars from Kannada film industry joined together to pay the tribute.
The programme was organised by Colors Kannada for which Nadabrahma Hamsalekha presided the whole event along with his team and other music directors from Kannada Film industry.
In the first ever tribute paid to the iconic singer, the programme was entirely themed on his songs his has sung for Kannada. As the special guest of the programme, S P Balasubramaniam’s son S P Charan, his sister Shailaja were present in the programme and performed the songs on the stage.
As a token of love and affection from Kannadigas towards SP Balasubramaniam, the films actors and singers presented the souvenir book signed by all the celebrities note on their memories with S P Balasubramaniam. The souvenir was presented to S P Charan by the channel.
The event also witnessed the special moment of Crazy star V Ravichandran and Hamsalekha where they shared the stage remembering their movie making days. The stage also witnessed the special moment where Hamsalekha tuned a music on spot based on a fictitious film scene given by V Ravichandran.
As a part of the musical tribute to Balasubramaniam, his son S P Charan and S P Shailaja too performed the most famous songs sung by S P Balasubramaniam. Music director and comedian Sadhu Kokila too performed a fresh song dedicated to the rebirth of S P Balsaubramaniam in Karnataka.
The gala event was attended by ace actors like, Rajesh, Srinath, Ravichandran, Doddanna, Anu Prabhakar, Girija Lokesh, Nenapirali Prem, Rockline Venkatesh, Vijay Raghavendra, Sharan, and others. Singers such as M D Pallavi, Gurukiran, Sadhu Kokila, Vyasraj, Chinmay Athreya, Chethan, Archana Udupa and others performed at the event.
The musical extravaganza that was hosted by Srujan Lokesh will be going exclusively on air in Colors Kannada at 7.30pm on February 21 and 22 and on Voot app thereafter to give the larger-than-life experience for audiences.