Sreeja Ravi is one of the most prominent veteran in the world of I Click to look into! >> Read More... I ndian dubbing artists. Lending her voice to more than a thousand film for the last three decade,is an excellent linguistic who knows several languages such as English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Malayalam, and Kannada. Her voice was also expended for various commercial advertisements as well.Her voice, described as bewitchingly sweet, mirthful and jovial, is quite versatile. She has the extraordinary talent of shifting from one type of voice to another with ease.

Her father, Kunjukuttan, was a mechanical engineer and her mother, Kannur Narayani, was a famous theater actor and dubbing artist. Her family consist of her parents, sister and two brothers namely; Rasik Lal and Jyothish Kumar. Sreeja never intended to be a dubbing artist. “It was destined at the right place at the right time”, she says.

After her father’s unexpected death in the year 1972, Sreeja and her family had to move to Chennai. Sreeja used to frequently accompany her mother to the studio where she worked as a dubbing artist. During one of her visits, she met the famed director G Aravindan. He was there to oversee the dubbing of his film ‘Thambu’. He was in need of a child to dub the child character’s voice in the movie and Sreeja was the perfect candidate. After this, Sreeja was right on track of a successful career in dubbing. She lent her voice to several other child artists such as Baby Anju, Baby Shalini, and Master Prasobh Prosobh is an Indian actor who worked in Malayalam >> Read More... Master Prasobh . This was the start of her booming and long lasting career. “The genuine spunk that comes with teenage was my strength”, recalls Sreeja.

In the movie ‘Ilaneer’ in the year 1981, Sreeja gave voice to the lead actress. The 80s was the time when there were many notable dubbing artists lending their voices to actors. This budding artist made her mark in Mollywood by rendering her talented voice to many renowned actors of those times such as Revathy, Rohini, Charmila, Sunitha, and Mathu. Her favorite movie in which she performed as a dubbing artist was ‘Amaram’. She lent her voice to actor Mathu. “It was one gem of a movie and I could really relate to the character”, Sreeja says.Her work is portrayed in many films such as Amaram, Savidham, Niram, Pachakuthira, Bodyguard and many more.

Sreeja Ravi is the recipient of numerous awards. She won the Kerala State Film award for the film ‘Aniyathipravu’ in 1997, ‘Minnaminnikootam’ in 2008 and ‘Ayaal’ in 2013. She was also honored for the film ‘Dill’ in 2002 with the Tamil Nadu State Film Award in which her voice was recognized as ‘ Kulfi Click to look into! >> Read More... Kulfi ’ Laila. Apart from dubbing, Sreeja has also played a cameo role in the movie Kandukonden Kandukonden Kandukonden Kandukonden is a Tamil TV series that >> Read More... Kandukonden Kandukonden . In this, she plays a pregnant programmer who talks to the lead actress about the hardships of searching for a house.

Married to Ravindranathan a singer and dubbing artist, Sreeja is currently working as a writer and dubbing supervisor. She has a daughter named Raveena Ravi Raveena Ravi is also known as Raveena is an Indian >> Read More... Raveena Ravi , who is quickly following her parent’s footsteps and making a career in the same profession as theirs. She is a BBA graduate who has lent her voice to almost 30 characters. She also got a chance to give voice to Emi Jackson, a British actress, in the film ‘I’ directed by Shankar.

Sreeja believes that dubbing artists are an essential part in the making of the film. She is satisfied with her work as dubbing artist but disappointed that not all the dubbing artists receive the fame and recognition they deserve.