Sunitha Upadrashta Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & More

Sunitha Upadrashta is an Indian playback singer, anchor, TV host and dubbing artist who mainly works in the Telugu film industry. As of 2021, Sunitha Upadrashta has a net worth of $5 million. She is known as the “Queen of Melody” in the South Indian cinema and won countless prestigious awards in her career. She owns a total of nine Nandi Awards and two Filmfare Awards in various categories.

From a very young age, she started performing on the live stage and music shows including the musical concert organized by All India Radio. She also received a scholarship from the Central Government of India for Musical Training.
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Sunitha Upadrashta Wiki/Biography

Born on 10 May 1978, Sunitha Upadrashta’s age is 42 Years as of 2021. She was born in a music-loving family from Vijayawada and brought up in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. Her zodiac sign is Gemini.

Sunitha Upadrashta Childhood Photo
She completed her early schooling at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s, Andhra Pradesh. After that, she completed her graduate course at Adikavi Nannaya University, Andhra Pradesh.
Since childhood, she was inclined towards music and always wanted to be a singer and musician in her career. At the age of 6, she started training in Carnatic Vocal and Light Music from her mentors Pemaraju Surya Rao and Kalaga Krishna Rao. She also participated in Tyagaraja Aradhana utsavalu along with Pemmaraju Surya Rao.

Full Name
Sunitha Upadrashta

Net Worth
$5 Million

Name Earned
‘Queen of Melody’ of South Indian Cinema

Date of Birth
10 May 1978

42 Years

Birth Place
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India

Playback Singer, Actress, Anchor, TV Host and Dubbing Artist


Song: “Ee Velalo Neevu” from Telugu film Gulabi (1995)Film: Raagam (2016)TV: Navaragam (1996)

Pemaraju Surya RaoKalaga Krishna Rao

Musical Training
Carnatic MusicLight Music


Andhra Pradesh


Zodiac Sign

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s, Andhra Pradesh

College / University
Adikavi Nannaya University, Andhra Pradesh

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Education Qualification

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Family, Boyfriend & Relationships

Sunitha Upadrashta belongs to a middle-class Hindu family from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. She follows the Hindu religion and holds an Indian nationality.
Her father’s name is Upadrashta Narasimha Rao who is also a music lover.

Sunitha Upadrashta Father
Her mother’s name is Sumathi Upadrashta who is a homemaker.

Sunitha Upadrashta Mother
Sunitha Upadrashta’s marital status is Engaged. Recently she got engaged to businessman Rama Krishna Veerapaneni in the presence of her close family members.

Sunitha Upadrashta Fiance
At the age of 19, she got married to Kiran Kumar Goparaju who is a media professional. After a few years of marriage, the couple got separated due to some unknown reasons and later decided to get divorced from each other.

Sunitha Upadrashta Ex-husband
She has two children, her son’s name is Aakash Goparaju and her daughter’s name is Shreya Goparaju.

Sunitha Upadrashta Sun

Sunitha Upadrashta Daughter

Sunitha Upadrashta Family

Father Name
Upadrashta Narasimha Rao

Mother Name
Sumathi Upadrashta

Ram Krishna Veerapaneni

Marital Status

Husband/Fiance Name

Ex-Husband: Kiran Kumar GoparajuFiance: Ram Krishna Veerapaneni


Son: Aakash GoparajuDaughter: Shreya Goparaju

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Physical Appearance

Sunitha Upadrashta is a hot and gorgeous lady. She owns a perfect shaped figure with an impressive personality. She is 5 feet and 6 inches tall and her body weight is around 67 Kg.

She has beautiful long black color hair and also has sparkling star-like black color eyes. She didn’t have any tattoo painted on her body.

Height (approx)
in centimeters: 168 cmin meters: 1.68 min feet inches: 5’ 6”

Weight (approx)
in kilograms: 67 kgin pounds: 147 lbs

Eye Colour

Hair Colour

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Sunitha Upadrashta started her career at a very young age. She started doing live performances at the age of 6. She appeared in many musical concerts, stage shows and participated in various competitions. She also won many prestigious awards in her childhood.
She made a debut as a playback singer in the film industry at the age of 17 with the song “Ee Velalo Neevu” in the Telugu film “Gulabi” (1995).
In 1997, she debut in the Kannada music industry with the song “Kesari Haravu” in the movie “Bhoomi Geetha”. In the same year, she also sang songs for the Tamil industry and made her debut with the song “Unakkoruthi” from the film “Punniyavathi”.
Sunitha has sung over 3000 songs for Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada film industry and became one of the well-known and recognized singer.

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Along with her professional playback singing career, she launched private music albums like Raghuram, Sai Sudha, Sri Venkateswara, Thatwanidhi, Sri Vallabha Bhakti Geethalu, Sai Darshanam, Sri Rama Charanam, Saye Dhaivam and Bathuku Paata.
In 2016, she made a debut as an actress in the Telugu-language short film “Raagam”. The short film was also nominated for the SIIMA award.

Later she featured in the short film “Thadasthu” as a special appearance, starring Suma Kanakala, Ravivarma and Baby Vaishnavi.

She also worked in her Guru’s private albums of “Meera Paravail” and “Aanota: Manasu Palike Vela”.
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Sunitha Upadrashta was involved in a controversy when she slammed Swamy Swaroopanandendra Saraswati of Sharad Peetham on her social media handles for using her name in his disciple’s list without her consent.
She took that step in reply to the Swamy Swaroopanandendra Saraswati’s statement in which he claimed that many celebrities visit him whenever he stays in Filmnagar’s Temple in Hyderabad. He also added a list of names of his disciples in which he took the name of Sunitha Upadrashta which angered the singer.

Nandi Awards

2012: Best Female Dubbing Artist (voice of the Nayantara)

2011: Best TV film “Mamathala Kovela”

2010: Best Female Playback Singer for film “Anthahpuram”

2006: Best Female Playback Singer for film “Godavari Sunitha”

2005: Best Female Dubbing Artist

2004: Best Female Dubbing Artist (voice of Kamalinee Mukherjee)

2003: Best Female Playback Singer for film “Athade Oka Sainyam”

2002: Best Female Dubbing Artist for film “Jayam”

1999: Best Female Playback Singer for the film “Antha Rangaalu”

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Filmfare Awards

2014: Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu) for the song “Em Sandehamledu”

2010: Best Female Playback Singer (Kannada) for the song “O Priyathama”

2010: Nominated – Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu) for the song “Egiripothe”

2010: Nominated – Best Female Playback Singer (Kannada) for the song “Prathama”

2009: Nominated – Best Female Playback Singer (Telugu) for the song “Neela Neela Mabbulu”

Other Awards

2019: Vishishta Seva Puraskar by I Stand For The Nation NGO

2019: New Jersey state recognition award for her contributions to the world of music

2013: T. Subbaram Reddy Lalitha Sangeeta Puraskar

2013: Certificate of Recognition by California Legislature Assembly

2011: Lata Mangeshkar Best Singer Award, presented by the State Government

2011: Ghantasala Melody Queen Award

2006: Kala Sudha Award

2004: Sangam P Susheela Youth Award with Gold Medal

2003: Best Playback Singer award from European Telugu Association, London

Contact Details

Email ID
[email protected]

Residence Address
Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India




Facts and Information

In many interviews, she revealed her hobbies as she likes traveling, playing the veena, and doing photography.
She has already traveled to more than 19 countries for her programs, some of those countries are Kuwait, Dubai, Singapore, Japan, United States, Kenya, and the Philippines.
She has also done her show in the USA titled “Musical Moments with Sunitha” in 2009.
She is an animal lover and has two pet dog.

She participated in the national event “Congress Plenary Meet” on the occasion of 50th Independence Day and “Groundbreaking Ceremony for Amaravathi” on the occasion of the formation of the new capital of Andhra Pradesh in 2015.

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