Bangalore, Karnataka, India3 October 1998
|Years active||2017 - Present|
Career[edit | edit source]
Sanjith Hegde became popular after participating in the Kannada singing reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Season 13 judged by Rajesh Krishnan, Vijay Prakash, Arjun Janya, telecasted on Zee Kannada. Sanjith made his singing debut in the Kannada film College Kumar for the song 'Marali Marali' composed by Arjun Janya in 2017. Sanjith made his Tamil debut in the film Kalakalappu 2 for the song 'Thaarumaaru' and Telugu film Krishnarjuna Yudham for the song 'I Wanna Fly' in 2018.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
Sanjith Hegde was born on 3 October, 1998 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. He completed his 12th Standard from CMR National PU College and engineering from J.S.S. Academy of Technical Education, Bangalore.
Filmography[edit | edit source]
|2017||College Kumar||"Marali Marali"||Arjun Janya||Kannada|
|2017||Chamak||"Kush Kush"||Judah Sandhy||Kannada|
|2018||Kalakalappu 2||"Thaarumaaru"||Hiphop Tamizha||Tamil|
|2018||Tagaru||"Gumma Banda Gumma (Police Theme)"||Charan Raj||Kannada|
|2018||Jayamahal||"Preethi Endarenu"||Judah Sandhy||Kannada|
|2018||Shaibya||"Kannalle Karedaga"||Karthik Sharma||Kannada|
|2018||Krishnarjuna Yudham||"I Wanna Fly"||Hiphop Tamizha||Telugu|
|2018||Dalapathi||"Gunu Gunuguva"||Charan Raj||Kannada|
|2018||Olu Munsami||"Inky Pinky Ponky"||Sathish Babu||Kannada|
|2018||Kannadakkaagi Ondannu Otti||"Rasthe Pakka", "Neene Geechida"||Arjun Janya||Kannada|
|2018||Onthara Bannagalu||"Aashcharya Aago"||Bharath BJ||Kannada|
|2018||Sankashta Kara Ganapathi||"Nooru Choornia"||Ritvik Muralidhar||Kannada|
|2018||Vaasu Naan Pakka Commercial||"Laila Oh Laila"||B. Ajaneesh Loknath||Kannada|
|2018||Iruvudellava Bittu||"Kannugale"||V. Sridhar||Kannada|
|2018||Naduve Antaravirali||"Shaakuntle Sikkalu"||Manikanth Kadri||Kannada|
|2018||Saamy Square||"Molagapodiye"||Devi Sri Prasad||Tamil|
|2018||Ayyo Rama||"Sum Sumne"||Vivek Chakravarthy||Kannada|
|2018||Ayogya||"Hinde Hinde Hogu"||Arjun Janya||Kannada|
|2018||Pyaar Prema Kaadhal||"Hold Me Now"||Yuvan Shankar Raja||Tamil|
|2018||Bazaar||"Yeko Yeno"||Ravi Basrur||Kannada|
References[edit | edit source]
Daithota, Madhu (August 21, 2017). "Sanjith Hegde Moves from TV to Tinseltown". Times of India. Times of India. Retrieved August 22, 2018.
TNN (May 17, 2018). "When Sanjith Hegde Met Shivarajkumar". Times of India. Times of India. Retrieved August 22, 2018.
TNN (August 16, 2018). "New Love Song on the Block". Times of India. Retrieved August 22, 2018.
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