Shreya Ghosal is the queen of melody. Irrespective of the language her voice always stands out as one in a million. She lends a heavenly tone to the numerous melody songs with her distinct voice. There is no better proof than Imman for this. Imman uses Shreya Ghosal in almost all his films. My love for Shreya Ghosal started with Julie Ganapathi itself The moment she started singing Yenakku Piditha Padal I fell in love. Her voice was the only relief in an otherwise serious film. Sometimes I want to scream ” I love you Shreya Ghosal”. That’s how much I love Shreya Ghosal.
Cut to 7G rainbow colony and we have the soulful Ninaithu Ninaithu the song comes at an important point. No other voice could match the depth of the situation than Shreya Ghosal. We feel heavy. We yearn for love birds to get together. Unfortunately everything is lost as the knight in shining armour loses her life. But the best of all is Munbe Va. When the song came out it was a rage everywhere. Even today the song is an anthem for so many lovers out there. It is in fact one of A.R Rahman’s best. There’s a video of a Hindi girl singing Munbe Va. That’s the impact of the song. A good song breaks language barriers
Shreya Ghosal herself broke all language barriers to sing in Tamil. Manipaya is another favourite. She was perfect in the glorious Vinnaithandi Varuvaya album. She even matched perfectly with Thalapathy Vijay in Kanthangi. The love for Shreya Ghosal and her voice will never fade away. Today is her birthday. Let’s wish her many more lovely songs. She is the melody queen who has ruled all languages and who is always perfect for a melody song. Let’s cherish the voice and fall in love with her songs again and again.