Selma George is a singer by profession in the Indian film industry. She worked predominantly in the Malayalam film industry. She was born in Vyppinkara, Ernakulam, Kochi which is in the state of Kerala, India. Her father’s name is
who is a famous Malayalam singer and also an actor.
Her mother’s name is Baby. She was their youngest daughter. Her brother’s name is
who is an actor in the Malayalam cinemas. She completed her education in the field of Carnatic music from the college named “RLV College of Music and Fine Arts” situated in Tripunithara and got married to K. G. George who is a Malayalam film director on 7 February in 1977 at a church called “St. Mathias Church situated in Chennai.
They have two children named Arun and Thara. She entered into the Chennai music industry through her father who took her there. After struggling in this industry for about a year, she was introduced to K. G. George through her mother who gave her an opportunity to work in his films. During her career, she sang in more than 40 films from which the song “SaradinduMalardeepa” from the film Ulkadal of 1979 was her most popular song.
she also sung a large number of songs in many other films such as JagadeeshwariJayajagadeeshwari from the film Devi Kanyakumari in 1974 which was her debut song also, Pattudayaada from Vridaavanam in 1974, MalayattoorMalayumkeri from Thomasleeha in 1975, MaanumMayilum and Chingakkulirkaatte from Agnipushpam in 1976, Pranayamalarkkavil from MallanumMathevanum, EthethuPonmalayil from Ozhukkinethire, PaarayidukkilMannundo and Maadathakkili from Thulavarsham, AchanNaaleyorappooppan from AayiramJanmangal, Gange Priya from Kaamalola, Oro PoovumViriyumPulariPon from Vyaamoham, PrethabhoomiyilNaavukal from IniyavalUrangatte, Maarathoru from Onappudava, Devi Bhagavathi from Mannu, PaadiyathonnumPaattalla from ThurakkooOruVaathil, Pooja Madhuvinu from Soundaryam, Entekadinjoolpranaya and SharadinduMalardeepa from Ulkadal, NeelakkudaChoodiMaanam from Mela, BharathaMuniyoru Kalam Varachu and Machaanethedi from Yavanika, Mookathayudesouvarnam and Prabhaamayi plus EnneyunarthiyaPularkalathil (KannillatheNizhalPaambukal) from LekhayudeMaranamOru Flashback in 1983, Kanneeraattilmungi from AdaaminteVariyellu ,and NeelakkurinjikalPoothu from KadhaykkuPinnil in 1987.
After her marriage, he completely turned into a housewife and left her singing career which she considers to be the biggest regret of her life. Her music career has been a remarkable journey, and she has set a benchmark in the South Indian music industry through her singing.