Malavika is a well-known singer in the Telugu film industry. She was born to Ganesan and Savitri on July 6th, 1988 in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. She sang her first movie song Nuvvu Nenu Kalisunte of the Gangotri movie.
She has a unique voice, which gives many chances to her. She is a sincere and hardworking singer. She was appreciated by everyone in the Telugu film industry. In the early age, she learned music from her mother. Then, she trained in classical music by Kum Mandapaka Sarada.
She studied in Little Angels School in Vishakapatnam, and in this school, her mother used to teach music to the students. Malavika got a chance for singing in the films, and due to this they had to move to Hyderabad. From her child hood, she actively participated in many reality shows and music contests and won many awards.
She has sung for music directors such as John Galt,
Mani Sharma, and M. M .Keeravani. She won the Nandi award for Amma Avani, the famous melody patriotic song of Rajanna movie, and won the award of the best playback singer in the year 2005-2006. It made her very popular in the Telugu film industry. She has worked in more than 200 movies.
In the childhood, she won the music contest Paaduta Teeyaga by Enadu TV in the presence of famous singer S. P. Balasubramaniam. She also took part in the reality show contest Maa TV Super singer 7. She participated in singing competitions like Airtel Super singer, Swarabhishekam singer, and so on. She has sung many hit songs in Telugu movies.
She sung the hit song Bommali in Billa movie, Holessa song in
Sri Ramadasu and so on..She married
Krishna Chaitanya in Hyderabad on February 15th, 2013. She met Krishna Chaitanya in the United Kingdom, and then their parents fixed their marriage.
Her spouse Krishna Chaitanya studied B.Tech from NIST and did his MBA from Lancaster University of the United Kingdom. Krishna Chaitanya works in the British gas company called Centrica as a senior manager. She sings the song many times until the music director says that the song is done well.