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Tragedy Strikes Chithra
Her daughter dies in an accident. The untimely tragedy has left the entire state shell-shocked | By Yentha
On Apr 14, 2011

 

Trivandrum: Eight-year old Nandana, daughter of playback singer KS Chitra, died earlier today at Dubai. The tragedy struck when the child fell into a swimming pool Even though she was taken to a hospital, she could not be revived.
 

Chithra and her husband Vijayashankar were blessed with Nandana after nearly fifteen years of marriage. She was born soon after the release of the film “Nandanam”. Thus, the name Nandana. In one of her interviews she mentioned thus, “While recording the song – karmugil varnante chundil, I actually cried my heart out to the Lord. Soon after He gifted me with Nandana.” 
The untimely tragedy has left the entire state shell-shocked. The spontaneous outburst of grief was evident, what with messages and tweets flying thick and fast over the internet.


The singer is in Dubai for the A R Rahman Special Hits concert. – a musical treat to celebrate the compositions of Rahman.
 
 
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the word "freak accident" looks very odd... shouldnt we be treating the incident a little more subtly... i understand that the usage of the word is right..but it still looks verry much out of place. Just a reader's opinion.
Aakash, on Apr 15, 2011 12:30:22 AM
 
 
Thanks Aakash for your observation. We will keep this in mind. And henceforth, be more careful.
Team Yentha, on Apr 15, 2011 07:37:39 AM
 
 
iam very sad about this insident my full of ters on my face i cant express my feelings iam in sad mood
Chandra, on Apr 15, 2011 06:40:33 PM
 
 
My heartfelt condolences to Chitra and her husband.At times,Death comes so unexpectedly! "Death is but changing of our robes to wait In wedding garments at the Eternal’s gate." - Sri Aurobindo (Collected Poems, Volume 5, Page 54) Link: http://savitrieradevotees.blogspot.com/2011/03/death.html
Jitendra Sharma, on Apr 15, 2011 06:47:33 PM
 
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