Sunday, June 12, 2011

To everyone who commented to the post below, with all my being - Thank you.

If by God's grace I reach the goal I have set out to achieve, I know your sentiments and blessings would have played a part in taking me there.

Thank you.

Yours Truly.


PV said...

Hi Chinmayi,

Best wishes for a beautiful life ahead and may God grant you all his blessings to achieve your dream. Negativity kills and positivity grows the need to live and lead and kindles the purpose of life. May you be blessed with good things. All the best. How much I wish I meet Ms.Joan Amble and Ms.Katie Couric. Truly inspirational women indeed! One suggestion. Pls ignore all the people who try to suppress or being mean to you in social networking. They are so jealous and trying to get bad attention which they cannot achieve or probably end their lives being that way. Don't even spare a thought about them.

~Pavithra Vijay

anirudh said...

hi chinmayi how r u rockstar!we miss u so much,watching gautam menon film right now,loving it,remember u telling us about it,u are amazing as a vo artist,i just didnt realize till deepika told me that its ur voice,awesome,when r we meeting,

arun said...

En uyir thozhiyae song from Kangalal Kaithu Sei is my long time favorite and one that renders me speechless.

Of the variety of styles you have sung for Rahman Sir's composition, this song makes you sound vulnerable/innocent and divine all at the same time.

God bless you, you are gifted.


Shrinidhi said...

what beautiful phrases.. sorry i was late in reading your updates... all your words occupy half of my mind..
i have never seen such an inspirational woman like you in ma whole life... never..its because you love what you do...everything you do...the excellence shows.. be it writing..singing..dubbing.... please continue that..
god bless

B said...

Hi Chinmayi,

I have been occasional reader of your blog...mostly for your writing style and also because your posts are quite informative in many ways. It all started with stumbling upon your blog when you posted about your Italy trip to IR.

I rarely comment about your songs, but I just heard Saara Saara song and I must say that I was very impressed. I felt that in this song you come across as a very mature singer...almost felt like the feeling I get when listening to Chitra. Thanks for a great song !

GM said...

Hi Chinmayi,

Nice song, your voice is soothing. How did your Mentorship program went btw. Any updates on that .

Continue the good work.