Friday, February 26, 2010

Voice of Trisha in Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaaya / Samantha in Ye Maaya Chesaave

As always I write about this here only on the day of the film's release. The entire experience of being a part of VTV has been amazing. The dubbing, singing in the movie, performing at BAFTA London, once again in Chennai, the rehearsals that went with that and more than anything else, getting to meet and spend time with people like Mr Rajeevan, Mr Anthony, Manoj Paramahamsa, Nalini Sriram and such super creators who were there during the trip to London and thanks to that I got to know all of them. The direction team who assist Gautham sir are good friends too now. 
Dubbing in Malayalam was something I was hyper excited about. I have always loved the language and have hoped to learn it properly and maybe even be fluent in it. But for some strange reason, every time I learn a certain word or expression, someone else comes along and says that is wrong Malayalam. Despite all that I hope I get to speak some acceptable dialect, someday.
 Now, more than ever I am adoring and admiring the people who are connected to this craft. The passion that they have, their ability to give their all, work 24 hours a day for several days,  even weeks at a stretch, their take on things which might be abstract and interesting, I find them all very fascinating. I like the way they talk about their craft, on putting things together... These are the kind of people that students should listen to. Maybe listening to them will inspire the students enough to pursue their passion and go after the true calling of their hearts, despite everything and despite anybody. 
Gautham sir is someone who is so very open to suggestions from people and while working under him I observed that quality and reminded myself to learn from that. All that I had to do while dubbing for the movie was just hear him say the dialogue a couple of times and then repeat it.  He would literally act out every line. The way he says the dialogues are just awesome, for lack of a better word. I thought even if I could 'ee adichaan' copy the way he says the lines, or maybe as best as I can, it would be easy. The sessions were always fun. A lot of times Mr Ganesh would also be there and he is a man who is fun to have around. He has a quirky sense of humour and a peculiar voice. He might just be saying something like "I want to drink water" and I would double up laughing just for the way he says it. A couple of times I met Silambarasan at the dubbing studio and he used to do a great job of imitating Mr Ganesh. All the sessions were happy times, fun, with great food. I discovered the desserts of Sandy's Chocolate Lab during these and we used to pig out on the food during breaks. Gautham sir and his team are great foodies. I met some great people, got to know them, made a couple of good friends in the process and this experience has given me beautiful memories that I will cherish.
I also went to Gemini Labs to watch how the coloring happens. Mr Raghu gave me a nice demo of how things are done, courtesy Manoj. Manoj is one of the highly spirited people I have met and once he starts talking about his craft  there is no stopping him. I wanted to know what DI was and said I was curious to know how that works. And promptly the session was arranged and it was an eye-opener. This entire time was also a reaffirmation to myself to keep my ears open and remember to listen a lot more. So much to learn, so much to know. 
I also happened to visit when they were shooting Kannukkul Kannai. I could be there only for a very short while as the fumes of freshly painted sets was too much for me to bear. And there was the crew and the cast, working the entire day in that atmosphere. Trisha and Silambarasan okay-ed every take the first time. We have heard of things like that in interviews but it was wonderful to see that live. 
If you have watched the movie, which I really wish you do and in theatres, and like my dubbing, the credit goes to Gautham sir entirely. He inspires people to work that way. Something I have heard from Manoj also. Almost like he casts a spell I believe when he narrates the script to his crew.  I always thought if there are people like Gautham sir in classrooms we would have wonderfully inspired students. But then this is my perception. I think perhaps teachers that inspire are way too far and few between. Anyway, I am digressing. Thank you Gautham sir for another wonderful learning experience and thank you to the members of the VTV team that I have met, who have given me some great times.

102 comments:

SG said...

I really like how you explain filming experiences in a non-filmy way ! I enjoy reading your truthful and frank behind-the-scene remarks that stick to 'if you have nothing nice to say about a person, dont say it'.

Pavithra said...

Oh man just got back from movie and was reading a review mentioning trisha's voice by chinmayi.I was seriously taken aback.I just wonder if you are a mimicry artist too.When it was for tamanna your voice sounded like hers and i just couldnt believe you gave voice for Trisha. This is exactly like hers. Great job dear.

Senthil said...

Very Nice ... Like varanam ayiram ur voice has correctly matched to trisha.. Manathai urukkum chins.. thanks..

= Senthil.

Fiona said...

Yet another time..as soon as I heard the first sentence in the movie I knew it was u..good job on ur malayalam..i dont talk malayalam to correct u but i do understand and u did a fine job

satish said...

Wow...What a voice...Amazing!!!And it fits for Trisha well.Thats superb.You rock as usual. I dont have words to say. Excellent voice for each and every expresiions of Trisha.

Ultimate Keep it up.

Ramyah said...

I knew it was your voice the very moment i saw the trailer and was just waiting for you to write this post. I have not watched the movie yet but i am quite sure that you would have done a good job as usual. I feel proud looking at a multi-talented/faceted young lady. Wish you all the very best and all the happiness in the world. tc

Fido!! said...

Hi Chinmayi,

Your voice suited Trisha a lot.. .blended well... but i remember gautam menon saying trisha had difficult speaking malayalam in one of the interviews.was confused coz of that. thought twas a lovely movie! nice effort :)

కత్తి మహేష్ కుమార్ said...

hei..just back from watching 'E maaya chesave'. Its great and ur voice threw a magic spell on the audience. Great going.

M GANESAN said...

We only know that You have sung a song in VTV. Surprise & Glad to see that you became the Voices for Trisha and Samantha.

Thanks for your detailed post by remembering those days while working with VTV team members etc .

Regards
M.GANESAN.

Siruthondan N said...

watched the movie...movies is beautiful...u hav done a good job!!

meghana said...

It's great knowing you too... :) Love this piece of writing... and prior to receiving you permission ... I'm linking this to my facebook!!! :)

and when are we doing sandy's again ? :P

Meghana ..... :) (you know where i belong)

melbournemangai said...

Hi Chinmayi,
Just watched Vinnaithandi Varuvaya yesterday. Wow superb dubbing for Trisha. You have done a very good job..:)

melbournemangai said...

Hi Chinmayi,
Just watched Vinnaithandi Varuvaya yesterday. Wow superb dubbing for Trisha. You have done a very good job..:)

Kavitha said...

By now, I suppose you know you're good at this dubbing business :-) What I am congratulating you here for is pulling off a Tamil with a faint Mallu accent (I forget them now, but some words just sounded perfect). I wonder if that was due to conscious effort or the effect of speaking some Malayalam for the movie. Either way, kudos!

Anuradha said...

Just back from the movie. And it was quite an experience watching it with American audience.And guess what, here there were more Trisha fans than others.And of course, the moment people saw Rahman's name, they were whistling and cheering.

And I knew it was your voice the moment Trisha's first dialogue came.Your voice best suited her.I like the way Gowtham Menon choses dubbing artists for his female leads.I liked Jothika's in Kaaka Kaaka(not sure who dubbed) and in Pachaikili Muthucharam(guess it was Jeyashree).

So looks like these days you dub for most female leads. Goodluck for your work.

The Star said...

Love the way you have written it ... Leaves me a bit green with envy to know see people who love what they do while I am still hopefully finding what I love :)...
Waiting to see the movie tomorrow. Wish you good luck in all your future endeavours.

naren - hyd said...

Hey, I watched Ye maaye Chesaave movie today. Your voice has an awesome feel and your dialogues are perfectly spoken.


After I came back home, I started searching the internet for who gave the voice to the female lead and found it was you...

I would love to hear more of your voice in the upcoming telugu movies.

Anyways, keep up the awesome work and all the best for future...

rvivekshanmugam said...

Loved your voice in VTV. Its was Simnply Awesome, for lack of a better word. :D

Krithika said...

Excellent movie.A.r.Rahman's songs were awesome. Sad ending.Surprising to find that you have dubbed for trisha's voice.Anyways movie was good... excellent work

kumar.S

nandhini said...

Just caught the movie this morning in Long Island. I was wondering why special thanks said Chinmayi in the beginning of the movie, so paid attention to Trisha's voice. Realized it was yours ! Too good Chinz. :)

'Yenna enna panna solrae Karthik' beats ! so evident it was your voice!
Rock on !!!

Karthik T said...

Hi Chinmayi,I saw the film on last saturday(feb27th). The film is awesome and your voice makes very apt to Jessie character. Really am getting very much craze on your voice not only in songs also in dubbing for female lead roles.

Bälåji M said...

Firstly,i never knew it was you singin these songs till today(thought u were jus an anchor,cos super singer u appeared big time)!! You've got talent dear, keep goin:) and jus to confirm, you sung a song in delhi six?! :|

Chandu said...

You are gifted..Had it not been your voice, Jessie wouldn't be so intense."Manasa" was wonderful.

PS : I got to this blog after heavy googling for a day. "who dubbed for samantha in ye maaya chesave?" didn't fetch me nothin. May the force be with you.

Srikanth said...

Hi Chinmay,

After many searches to find out the dubbing artist behind Samantha(Ye Maya chesave), finally I found out about you. Its really amazed to know one Tamil girl has done GREAT job for Telugu film without knowing the Language. I know Singers like Chitra and all made wonders with their voice. Though you are good singer, I really appreciate your sweet voice in Telugu. I am sure that you voice has given more LIFE to Samantha... She should be thankful to you first.

Though I found some dialect issues in your telugu, You did a MARVELOUS JOB. Keep up the great work.

ALL THE VERY BEST. Thanks to Gowtham for Good movie and Thanks to Manoj for wonderful Photography.

Anonymous said...

Stunning performance!!! that's the best way to describe on your fantastic voice on 'Anbil Avan'...just cant stop listening to it...U have done a very good job for Trisha's dubbing as well..Keep up the good work and take care.... Guna (guna_17@yahoo.com)

Kalyan said...

Just watched Vinnaithandi Varuvaya last weekend. Wow superb dubbing and Your voice suited for Trisha very well. Good Luck!!!

JK said...

Kudos Chinmayee...... Your dubbing was amazing..... Especially with so many passionate & adorable scenes in the movie, I had to appreciate your efforts for bring all those dialogues with such beautiful emotions.. Just loved it.... Keep it coming...

Sathya said...

i saw both d version...u ve done a really good job...ur voice suited trisha very much...kudos..

Bhuvi said...

Chinmayi,

I always admired your voice from "Kannaththil muththamittal" days.Just watched vtv yesterday and saw your name in title card and never knew that you have rendered your voice for Trisha.Had a wild guess when she pronounces "Karthik".Nice effort.Keep it up.Honey voice.!!

Prasanna said...

Truly Mesmerizing voice.

Enjoyed every bit of the movie.

vass said...

hey chinmayi....ur voice for trish in VTV was really awesome and feeling was also grt.....congrats and all the best for ur future projects.....

saikumar reddy said...

hi....

u r blessed with a very very beautiful voice....ur voice is as beautiful as samantha...even more... :)

i can say only one line....Ye Maaya chesaave....

Good luck chinmayi....

Saikumar Reddy

samrat said...

hiii chinmayee...ur voice is superb and i like the huskyness in ur voice...good job,ur voice brings audience to the theatres...

Whatever said...

I loved your rendering of the song 'Anbil avan"...Brilliant!
And your voice over - it was perfect for Trisha ...very well done!

కత్తి మహేష్ కుమార్ said...

You made Jessie come alive...congrats and best of luck.

GOWRISANKAR said...

Hi Chinmayi,I like your song 'Anbil Avan' from VTV, myself and my friends are hearing it several times as a days chore, what a blissful singing :)

Cheers,Gowrisankar

madhur said...

Heyyy...I knew it was ur voice the first time I saw the trailer and it became my 3rd reason to watch the movie(the first two being Gautham and Rahman).The movie was awesome and ur voice added lot of flavour to it.I totally agree with you that there should be people like Gautham sir in classrooms.But,recently when he came to our college for Saarang,a professor asked him for suggestions to inspire students.Gautham replied - "I can only make movies and infact I want suggestions from IIT professors to inspire my audience." :)

Devanathan Ram said...

Semma voice Chinmayiji!!! Hope none wud hav given the exact impact and feeling that is expected for delivering those dialogues for Trish!!! Trish On screen and You off-screen were brilliant and awesome!!!

అరుణాంక్ said...

sweet and amaging voice
Your voice is a very opt for samantha.With out your voice samantha would not be so cute.

viswanadh said...

Hi,
I really got stunned when i first heard your voice in surya s/o krishnan. And today after watching "ye maya chesave" i just cant stop my brain throwing the dialogues of the movie to the front of my eyes.

just great...
very good choice by gautham..
:)

Vasu said...

Your beautiful voice elevated the character Jessie. I cannot think of Jessi without that voice of yours. One other thing I liked is your perfect diction. I hate to see people who can hardly speak telugu dubbing for heroines. Hope to see..(or should I say hear) you in many more telugu movies.

Good Luck,
Vasu

sailor frm chennai...!! said...

hi u voice to trisha s awesum..!!
specially the way callin the name "Karthick" romba nalla irruku..!!
nice job

Nag said...

Your dubbing is awesome in the movie 'Em Maya Chesave'.

praveen said...

iam really impressed in the particular sentence from em maya chesave "nuvu unnave friends annav friends ilage chestharaaa" ur voice is apt froom sreecharan

Anitha D said...

CHINMAYEE!!!!! Trisha's voice sounded FABULOUS (to say the least!) I thought I recognized that voice. Congrats on voice on "Anbil Avan" as well, it sounded AWESOME in the theaters especially! Congrats on Blue Elephant getting recognized as well!

You totally rock girl! Keep shining in whatever you do!
Lots of admiration,
your fan,
~Anitha~

Saikrupa said...

Amazing movie.. stunning voice and a great post... keep it up.. hats off...

Anonymous said...

And I have a silly question for you. But its been bugging. The central park scene would have moved everyone. I am sure the tears were around the corner for everyone. Did you ever breakdown at any point during this dubbing experience?

Krishna said...

hmm, then why u have left acting alone. Come on rock it there also.

Krishna K said...

Hi..

Your voice is amazing.. it was a perfect match for sameera reddy and Samantha..

I have a request.. i tried searching for the transalation online but couldnt find it anywer..

I understood every malayalam bit in Ye maya chesave..

The only thing that i didnot understand was.. when jesse asks karthik if he was following her.. she says something in malayalam.. something like "veradai charchada" wat is that and can u translate that please???

i have been dying to know wat she said there.. LOL..

Hope you reply to this :)

Thanks
Krishna

machomama said...

Hi Chinmayi,
all your fans have already said so many good things, i just wanna repeat whatever they said.
I'm a big time blur, i had initially thought it was Trisha's own voice.

vinoth said...

hey that was very cool voice in that movie..
actually i love the style and accent..

u voice actually makes lots of actresses popular.

keep going... good luck...

Anonymous said...

I always wanted to know sameera reddy's voice in VA, but i became more curious after i listen to the same voice for Trisha in VTV, at last did a bit of googling and found..:)
Good Job.. Good luck.
- gowthad

Shantha said...

I watched VTV..Chinmayee, your voice was as smooth as silk for Trisha. Your voice modulation at different moments really elevated Trisha's feminine grace. I guess soon they should come up with an award for "dubbing artists"...This would be a great inspiration for people with wonderful voices like you :)

I wish you luck for many more accolades in your life !!!

Singam said...

Chinmayi,

Firstly Kudos to you.
when I watched "Surya S/O of Krishan" sameera voice is somewhere connected and I found it nice.

but when I saw "Ye Maya Chesave", my mind didnt allow me to just think of voice of samantha, it asked me who is behind that [;)], then I started googling and found you.
You are crazy...[a little pause] Chinmayi; movie style [:D]
keep up the great work, all telugu movie lovers will be happy to hear your voice again again :).
Lastly your voice is too good for the song Manasa.... song
"Pai Lokam lo vaadu epudo mudi vesthaadu" this line is awesome.

Thank you

[V]-Tuned-in said...

Hey Chinmayee,


I watched VTV in Bangalore.. I loved the way Gautham sir has taken the movie in a very practical sense in a non-filmy way.. Btw onga voice Trisha ku perfecta suite aachu..

ARR Sir at his best as ever.. My Favourite.. I loved all songs.. No words to describe.. avalo super..

Neenga Anbil Avan song la kalakkitinga.. specially "Unnai thandi edhayum.. ennal yosanai seiyya.. " andha line neenga padinadhu super..
Onne onnu kekkanuma irundhadhu.. Neenga Bangalore vandhurkingala?? :)

Cheers,
Venky

vinod roy said...

Hi Chinnu,

I watched the movie in Telugu as i am an andhraite.first of all thanks for having a habit of blogging as you can closely interact with the people who want to give suggestion/wishes/complaints
I am the second type means want to wish you....yesterday only i saw the movie yemi maya chesave in telugu and you know its a fantastic movie and your voice to sumantha's character had given the real life touch to that character...bored listening to the voice of Saritha readdy (almost all heroines have the same voice) so after hearing your voice i felt different and i dont know how to epxress that experience...but its great and you did a fantastic job behind the screen....
All the best for your future..

Itlu Vinod Roy from bangalore

Karthik T said...

Hi Chinmayi,

Read a news about you in thatstamil that you are getting many wishes for VTV, both for anbil avan and dubbing. I read that even Trisha called you and wished it seems. Congrats!!!

http://thatstamil.oneindia.in/movies/specials/2010/03/10-chinmayi-on-high-after-vtv-s-success.html

Anand S said...

Well....Gautham must have got that trait from my Economics teacher in school, who happens to be Mrs.Uma Prabhakrishnan Menon :) Gem of a person.

raghu said...

I wish I could say something different from what others said above.
YOU ARE SOMETHING SPECIAL.

Mr. Anees - Not a Mr.Prefect said...

Hi,

I was crazy about your voice in varanam ayiram and now with VTV. It really has something magical which makes us melt. A real good job done with your dubbing. I wish you good luck for your future projects.

Thanks
Anees
Hartford

Anonymous said...

Just found this in thatstamil. Probably this news was formde your blogs and tweets :-)

http://thatstamil.oneindia.in/movies/specials/2010/03/10-chinmayi-on-high-after-vtv-s-success.html

-Saravana

Deepa said...

Hi Chinmayi,

I saw VTV last night and wanted to to tell you that your voice suits Trisha amazingly well.....Trisha looks stunning......and your voice has made her character very powerful.....hats off!!

Deekshanya said...

Hi
When I listened to the first line that Trisha spoke in the movie, I nudged my better half at the movie hall, and whispered "I am damn sure, thats Chinmayi dubbing for her" he said may be, but then Trisha speaks Tamil right, didnt she go to school to Churchpark, does she need to dub. Your voice suited the character "Jessy" so well. Wishing you life's best in your career as a dubbing artist too.
God Bless
Anitha

Shuffle Head said...

Hi Chinmayi,

I know this is a very very late comment on this post. But this i thought when i watched vtv for the 4th time in theatre. Loved your dubbing. But i have a small correction for you. In the movie, when you are saying the malayalam dialogues, you have said 'appa','appan' etc... But actually, no malayalees will say appa or appan, rather they would call it 'achcha' or 'achchan'. This i wanted to tell, so that a wonderful artiste like u never makes mistakes again. Wonder hw come gautham missed it??

love microsoft said...

Your song in VTV is mesmerizing to say the least! I have heard it 1000 times! Can't believe you have done the voice for Jessie as well.

Praveen Venkatachari said...

Watched VTV in a so-called Theatre, here in Singapore.Missed our Sathyam very badly.

Sathyam o Sathyam.

That apart, the movie was fantastic.The picturisation and music were quite astounding (this is where I missed our Sathyam).

Your voice perfectly jelled with the character.Well delivered dialogues.Dubbing is one of the excellent skills that you possess.Good job.

Hats off to Mr.Gautham Menon and the entire crew of VTV for giving such a wonderful film.

lazybuddy said...

Hi..
Great job.
saw 'Ye Maya Chesave', searched for the dubbing artiste and this blog came up. Indeed great job apart from singing!
I wish actresses dub themselves for their roles in our south movies.. People like you are making their job easy, and seems like they are running away with the credit, where in you fill in the expressions of their roles with your voice.

Like to hear more of your songs.
All the best.

sree said...

omg your voice is really mesmerizing...your voice made the heroine's character perfect....

goutham said...

huh!! chinmayi u juz added beauty 2 samantha wid ur voice... beautiful as samantha on screen... juz loved it... also sameera reddy in SSK... i love the way u turn up ppl minds wid d slang u choose n play it... awesome n sweet f u.. wish u all luck & u rock d way u r......

balu said...

Hey Chinmayi just now i read ur blog. Ok coming to the point its not about praising but have to. Your dusty voice really turns me.its really awesome want to listen more in dubbing rather songs. Any way good job ok

Bala said...

Hi Chinmayi,
Absolutely stunning voice over job in VTV. Congrats. Having been a film buff practically all my life, I would do anything to work in the film/arts line. For some strange reason I ended up writing computer code !

Chinmayi Sripada /Chinmayee said...

Shuffle Head: Yes Malayalis do say Appa and Appan. Syrian Christians says only appa :) I am do not think Malayalis will allow any dialect errors in films :)

Bala said...

Done with VTV. Left me with a heartache. Sigh . My mind went into rewind mode ..college etc. Where is my glass...

Deva said...

Hi Chinmayi, Your voice is amazing and very well fit for this movie. I really loved to watch VTV for the A.R music and dialog, especially your voice is great.... All the best... Keep the good work. :)

BaChi said...

hai chinmayi yem maya chesave
you have a beautiful voice chin
and u r blog is awesome

vl vote for u to get award ;)

vr4ur said...

Hi Chinmayi,

wow ...what a sweet and magic voice you have !...
its really 1000% awesome ..i am very crazy on your voice.
still, no telugu dubbing artist never done this(YMCV)dubbing job for new heroine .
Though I found some dialect issues in your telugu, You did a MARVELOUS JOB. Keep up the great work.
my fav singers are janki ,chitra then after yours with only one film (YMCV).
please please do atleast 3 films singing and dubbing for a year in telugu .

i really love your voice ..
keep rocking ,
ALL THE VERY BEST. Thanks to Gowtham for Good movie and Thanks

Doozie said...

Your voice suited the character very well ..excellent job done..
I also loved " anbil Ivan" song... I recently read an article that said multilingual persons brain works better than others..
I remembered you when I read that ... You rock ...
Wish u all the best

Praveen Venkatachari said...

Watched VTV again in a much better theatre this time. But, still our Sathyam prevails over this one.

Enjoyed the movie thoroughly."Feel good factor" is merely an understatement.Gud that the best performances in the movie has come from the hero and heroine.Obviously,the movie has given a different dimension to Chimbu's acting skills.Completely agree with the majority that he shd think abt doing more such roles.

Talking about Trisha, MY GOODNESS.Awesome performance.By far her best performance.While she must have been lucky to get such a role, she has done complete justice to the role.It is only these kind of roles(if exploited well) that lifts the career of an actor.There was always an element of risk,because of the complication embedded in her character. It would require only a minor sothapal (in acting) to spoil the whole character.Like I said before, there was a perfect blend between your voice and the character.

Harsha said...

Your voice is simply awesome in ye maaya chesave... hope, to listen it more and more...Just turned fan :)

vamsee sriharsha said...

wow..i never thought a voice like that could even exist its like listening angels speak ... i'm spending sleepless nights just because of your voice..i thinki i'd shot myself happily listening to your voice..anyways job well done.
ciao

ligne said...

hi chinmayi,
just wanted to tell you that I loved your voice overs..in both the tam and telugu version..and also for sameera reddy in vaaranam aayiram.

It took some google searches to figure this out :)

madhumsr said...

ChinmayiS - One of my friend asked me to watch YMC and told me that the heroine is excellent and the husky voice and there is something extra which he cant explain about the voice and was all praising. And when I know now its you WoW no words and how come in telugu song your voice is different as if its supressed but beautiful lovely as always unique. Do you change your voice or AR anna demands the tone?

వాసు (The voice of youth) said...

You gave the voice for it's Telugu version (ye Maya chesaave) also right?.... Your really did magic on me. It's great. Hope you'll get more cances in tulugu, and I can hear you soon. Now I have to tell you "Ye Maayaa chesaaru".

Vg said...

Excellent voice.. :) I loved it..

Karthik said...

hey i think without ur voice this cinema will not rock... even the dialogues r good...

vignesh said...

mesmerizing voice chinmayi !!!

Yashwant said...

Ok, I'm yet another person mesmerized by the voice that dubbed for Trisha. Since your voice keeps changing every now and then, I couldn't connect with you :). Not everyone in this world is so fortunate to get to work what they love and enjoy. You lucky!

బ్లాగువీరుడు said...

Hi Chinmayi,

Liked your voice for Samantha in Ye Maaya Chesave. More than that, i liked your song "Evvariki..Evvarini". Because your diction was perfect in telugu too, particularly the "ల" and "ళ". Sripada being your surname, i guess you have some telugu background. Devan was also good though he missed to distinguish them.

Good luck and hope to listen more from you soon.

nagasreekanth said...

Aaaaah........!! what a voice... really amazing...fell in love with the voice ever since i watched SURYA S/O KRISHNAN... watched it 40 times only for listening the voice...then YE MAYA CHESAVE....amazing voice... It can attract any one...ask me if not...
Its a voice that can make anyone forget every thing...!!

Sathish said...

I've been searching to know who dubbed for samantha in Ye Maya Chesave. And Chinmayi your voice is toooooooooo gud and it added the most to the Jessey character and the only dialogue that was repetitively roaming around my ears was "Nannu Em cheyamantav Karthik". Youu voice is unique and EXTRAORDINARY.

Anonymous said...

Hi jessi :) one of the best thing about the movie its your voice, wow awesome, its apt for trisha

my best wishes :)

Raghu said...

hi

just a word for ur voice I LOVE UR VOICE .....................

Anonymous said...

donno much abt movies.. i was searching for the voice identity on internet i found it.. eeeeeeeeeehhhhhhh..

finally whatta lovable voice

-
srinivas

Prashanth said...

Really good voice. I loved ur voice in the movies. if I need to say its like love at first voice.

Ravi Prakash said...

what a beautiful voice... everybody is head over heels in love with the voice of samantha in ye maya chesava... if it was not for ur voice the movie could not have beeen such a big hit.. i had fallen in love with ur voice since surya s/o krishnan.. great work chinmayee.. looking forward to ur voice in more telugu movies....

ashfaq said...

i hav watched vtv a 100 tyms juz bcoz its a gautham menon film...and amazed by simbus and trishas acting...was wondering who dubbed for trisha?????...wn i heard it was u...was amazed...wat a talent yaar...truly amazing...superb voice..

Deepu said...

well chinamayi,

really fantastic....talking abut your voice.....that added flavors to samantha's beauty...
searched over the web....I dont have no more words to describe your voice..........

Thanks for your presentation..........keep rocking...

cheers
sandeep Alugubelli

ജയകുമാര്‍ said...

Amazing Cinmayi...Superb job!

Sharkon said...

I fell in Love with Samantha's Voice in YMC only to realize later that it was yours.
You have a gorgeous voice, Its nice to know the real person who possesses it.

-Harsha

Bradz Blog said...

Again kudos to you

Shyam said...

Only one thing which I can say about your voice is...why not my name is Karthik...wow!!!! the way you called that name gives such a great feel...hope you continue to mesimerise all of us the same way in future too... :) :) :)...

Sridevi said...

Your voice and expressions in dialogue are very pleasing and feel like hearing again and again. Perfect for such strong heroine characters of Gautama menon. Your voice has some magnetic power.