| Savani Ravindra Ghangurde|
22 July 1989 (age 26) (1989-07-22)
Konkan, Maharashtra, Maharashtra, India
Ghazal, Filmi, Hindustani classical music
Nitesh Mohrir, Hrishikesh Ranade, Pushkar Lele, Shridhar Phadke, Neha Rajpal
Savaniee Ravindrra, or Savani Ravindra, or Savani Ravindra Ghangurde (Marathi: सावनी रविंद्र) (born 22 July 1989), is a singer in the Marathi music industry.
Savaniee Ravindrra was among the five finalist 2011 IDEA Saregma singers. She is the daughter of Dr. Ravindra Ghangurde and Dr. Vandana Ghangurde who are both singers. She did her schooling from Fergusson College, Pune. She has a strong classical background. Trained in Classical Vocals by Pandit Pandharinath Kolhapure. She was trained in ghazal by Ravi Date.
Along with Pandit Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Savani also performed with renowned singers Suresh Wadkar,Arun Date,Ravindra Sathe, Ravindra Jain, Uttara Kelkar and Shridhar Phadke. She has sung in albums such as "Aashaye", "Canvas" and "Ajunahi(Marathi)" She has sung for the popular music shows Black & White, Ghazal ka safar and gulzar baat pashmine ki. She has sung songs in various films such as Ajab Lagnachi Gajab Gosht and Kuni Ghar Deta Ka Ghar. One of her most famous Marathi songs, "Tu Mala Mi Tula Gungunu Laglo- Honar Sun Mi Hya Gharchi -Zee Marathi", is a duet with singer "Mangesh Borgaonkar". She has also sung the title song of popular television serial 'Kamala' aired on E-tv Marathi along with Shrirang Bhave. She was also a backing vocalist for the songs sung in the marathi movie 'Sairat' which gained worldwide fame.
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