Madhushree Narayan is a young Malayalam playback singer who was born in Kannur, Kerala. Madhushree was born to Pandit Ramesh Narayan, an Indian classical composer, vocalist, and music director, and Hema. She has a sister Madhuvanti who is also a singer. Madhushree always wanted to be a singer since childhood. Madhushree did her schooling in Carmel Girls Higher Secondary School in the Humanities stream.
Madhushree Narayan started singing in the tender age of three. She learned music formally from her father Pandit Ramesh Narayan who was tutored by Padma Vibhusan Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj ji. At the age of four, Madhushree Narayan made her debut in the film “Makalkku,” a Malayalam movie. In the Tamil industry, she debuted with the help of her father in the film “Oduthalam” in the year 2011.
Madhushree has sung songs in movies including “Edavappathy,” “
,” “Adaminte Makan Abu,” “Ennu Ninte Moideen” and also sung many albums composed by her father. In Kannada industry, she made her debut for the movie “Urvi” in 2017. Madhushree Narayan’s performance in the movie “Ottamandaram” of the poem “Aaru Vangum” along with the famous
was considered heartwarming and is highly appreciated among the music lovers and creators.
She has won many prestigious awards for Best Female Playback Singer, for example, in the “Kerala State Film Awards” in 2016 for the song “The Monsoon” in the movie “Edavappathy,” and she also received the “Kerala Film Critics Award” in 2014 for the movie “Ottramandaram.” Her other recognitions are Red FW Best Playback Singer in 2015 and the title winner of Super Star Junior hosted by Amritha TV. Madhushree's love and passion for music enchanted her to take music for her undergraduate education.
She has gone to perform for programs in the United States with her father. As a music student of her father, she felt his presence comforting and not nervous. And also, since Pandit Ramesh Narayan is a perfectionist especially when it comes to music and teaching, she found herself trained hard which helped her tremendously.
Madhushree's favorite songs of her father are "Parayan Maraanna" from movie Garshom, "Kannodu" from Veeraputhram and "Shreya chechi" among many others. She is an ardent fan of Asha Bhonsle and
and is reverent of Padma Vibhusan Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj ji. As all aspiring musicians and singers, she longs for a chance to sing for the maestro music director A. R. Rahman.