Megha has a birth name of ‘Hirani Ramachandran’, born on 18th March 1987, who turned 28 this year. She is a Tamil playback singer singing predominantly in Tamil, Telegu, Malayalam and Kannada. She is also a co-founder of School of Excellence that offers NLP programs and models. She is the great-granddaughter of Papanasam Sivan, who was a Carnatic composer; daughter of S. Ramachandran and Gowri Ramachandran. She was born in Chennai but did most of her schooling from Bangalore. While doing masters, she persuaded signing in 2007 as she completed her grade 8 in western classical music from Trinity College, London. Her first debut performance in the south film industry was in film Naan Avanillai where she was introduced by Vijay Anthony; she has also worked with various music directors including A.R Rehman. But this is not the only point where she has limited her learning, she showed a great deal of interest in learning neuro-linguistic programming technique, and she learned it from John Grinder and Richard Bandler.

She performed various concerts, star nights and she is actively performing with the Madras Music Association in western classical concerts in Chennai. She was awarded Kannadasan Award by Ajanta Fine Arts and was also nominated for Vijay Music Award for best song of the masses – Singham singham from Singham. “I wanted to make my mark,” she says. “I love working with Rehman as I collaborated with him in Ghajini, I grew up listening to him, it is a very great opportunity for me,” the young singer says proudly. She takes time and provides NLP session providing therapy to those who are suffering from depression and benefited many. She takes her time to help those in need while creating music from her heart and her voice as she says her greatest assets are her NLP skills and her voice.