Sangeetha Sajith death news: The popular South Indian playback singer, Sangeetha Sajith, died at the age of 46 in Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday morning.
Reportedly, Sangeetha Sajith was undergoing treatment for kidney-related ailments for a long time. She took her last breath at her sister's residence.
Soon after Sangeetha Sajith’s death news surfaced on social media, her fans started extending condolences on her sudden demise.
Notably, the playback singer was active in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu movies. She has lent her melodious voice to over 200 songs in the South Indian languages.
Her song in the Tamil movie 'Mr. Romeo', 'Thannerai Kathalikkuma...', was composed by A.R. Rahman and has been a big hit.
She also lent her voice for the song in the Malayalam film 'Kuruthi' which was also her last song in a Malayalam movie.
According to information, Sangeetha’s funeral will take place at Shanthikavadam public crematorium at Thycaud, Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday evening.
Meanwhile, the Entertainment Industry tracker Sreedhar Pillai tweeted: “Sangeetha Sajith (46) noted playback singer in Malayalam, Tamil & Telugu passes away due to kidney-related ailments for which she was undergoing treatment.”