Ranjith Govind is a renowned and versatile South Indian playback singer. He's Someone who can get the crowd tapping to the peppy ‘Jingina mani" in Tamil to a soothing "Arigatthaai Aaro" in Malayalam to a high octane "Dethadi" in Telugu & a mass entertainer like "Anna Bond" in Kannada.

He jump-started his career as a playback singer in 2002 after his breath-taking finale performance in Sun TV’s Saptaswarangal, where he emerged as a winner. His career hit a high note with "Suppose unnai Kadalichu" in Sukkran. He has sung over 800 + songs in all South Indian languages including Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.

Ranjith is a trained Carnatic singer. He's built a strong foundation for himself with the help of renowned music gurus like P. S. Narayana Swamy, Vidwan Sri Cudallore Subramaniam, Sri K.S. Kanakasingham, and Sri Trichur.P. Ramankutty. His style of music is influenced by rock, classical, RnB, alternative rock, hip-hop, country & EDM. Ranjith has also learnt Hindustani Classical and Western Classical music from Sri Kedar Kharath & Mr Augustine Paul respectively.

Ranjit's skill with instruments like the Piano, guitar and mirudangam has helped him broaden his musical horizon from playback singing and classical kutcheris to producing Independent songs and jingles.

His play back journey has given him the opportunity to work with music legends like Illayaraja, AR Rahman, Mani Sharma, Vidhya Sagar, Bharathwaj, Yuvan Shankar Raja, Karthik Raja, D.Imman, Anirudh, Harris Jayaraj, S A Rajkumar, Deva, Srikanth Deva, Sabesh-Murali, Vijay Antony, Thaman.S, Chakkri, Keeravani, Mickey J Meyer, Koti, GV Prakash, Gopi Sundar, Deepak Dev, Oussepatchan, M. Jayachandran, Ghibran, Harikrishna, Arjun and many more.

Ranjith’s collaborations are always varied and one such collaboration was when he composed & arranged the music for “PANCHAMUKHI” - a dance production on the Gayathri Mantra, depicted in Bharatanatyam, Mohiniattam, Kathakali & Folk dance styles performed by eminent dancers from Kalakshethra. His experiments with music led to the formation of a fusion band called ‘Drishti’. Drishti has performed extensively and even shared the stage with popular stars of the Hindi Pop Industry like Colonial Cousins, KK, Apache Indian and DJ Sunil. Drishi also has a few International shows to its credit.

Ranjit has released 2 singles ("no time for love" & "Elumiccham Pazham") in collaboration with Singer Suchitra Karthik.

Ranjith has performed and toured with music legend A.R. Rahman for “The Unity of Light” Concerts & “The 3-dimensional tour” in India & Abroad. He is a regular in many corporate events and private concerts in India and overseas. He has performed in countries like USA, UK, France, Germany, Norway, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bahrain, Muscat, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Canada & Sri Lanka.


MAA music award 2012

Most popular singer for the song "Dhethadi" from the movie Dhookudu.

International Tamil Film Awards (ITFA) 2012

Best male playback singer for the song "Porane" from the movie Vaagai Sooda Va.

Tamil Nadu state award 2012

Best male playback singer for the song "sollitalae ava kadhale" from the movie kumki.