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Sayanora Philip Age, Husband, Children, Family, Biography & More

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Age: 38 Years
Hometown: Kannur, Kerala, India
Husband: Winston Ashley Dcruz

Sayanora Philip

Bio/Wiki
NicknameSaya [1]Maryhedwig Philip - Instagram
Profession• Singer
• Music Composer
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 161 cm
in meters- 1.61 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 3”
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourMedium Golden Brown
Career
DebutAs a Singer
• Malayalam: "Am I Dreaming" from Manjupoloru Penkutti (2004)
Poster of 'Manjupoloru Penkutti' (2004)
• Tamil: "Ice Katti Ice Katti" from Madhurey (2004)
Poster of the film 'Madhurey' (2004)
As a Music Composer
• Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri (2018)
Poster of the film 'Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri' (2018)
Personal Life
Date of Birth1 March 1984 (Thursday)
Age (as of 2022) Years
BirthplaceKannur, Kerala, India
Zodiac signPisces
NationalityIndian
HometownKannur, Kerala
SchoolSt. Teresa’s Anglo Indian Girls High School in Kannur
College/UniversityS. N. College in Kannur, Kerala
ReligionChristianity [2]Winston Ashley Dcruz - Facebook
Political InclinationIndian National Congress [3]Sayanora Philip - Instagram
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsWinston Ashley Dcruz
Family
Husband/SpouseWinston Ashley Dcruz
Sayanora Philip and her husband, Winston Ashley Dcruz
ChildrenSon- None
Daughter- Zena Dcruz
Sayanora Philip with her daughter, Zena Dcruz
ParentsFather- Name Not Known
Sayanora Philip's father
Mother- Maryhedwig Philip
Sayanora Philip and her mother, Maryhedwig Philip
SiblingsSister- Sruthi Philip

Sayanora Philip

Some Lesser Known Facts About Sayanora Philip

  • Sayanora Philip, an Indian singer and music composer, sings majorly in Malayalam and Tamil languages.
  • Sayanora likes bike rides and considers them to be therapy. [4]Sayanora Philip – Instagram
  • According to Sayanora, she faced racial discrimination when she was a child. In an interview, she revealed, unlike other girls with fair skin, Sayanora never received a love letter. She believed that no one would ever like her. Sayanora, however, learned to play the guitar and since then she did not feel ignored as people started observing her. Sayanora, in the interview, said,

    There were times I felt conscious when a fair skin woman stood next to me. As a child, I used to compare myself with kids who were fair and check how many shades darker I am. While in school, I used to see people flirting around my friends and not me, which made me think nobody would ever fall for me. I didn’t receive love letters and as a child, I felt hopeless about life. I started playing guitar and people started noticing me. And that was the beginning of me finding self-love. But I struggled a lot.” [5]The Times of India

  • Sayanora explained how facing discrimination in childhood affected her in the long term. She added that she was so disturbed by her struggling childhood that when she gave birth to her child, the first thing she asked the doctor was about her child’s colour as she earlier wished to give birth to a fair child so that the child would not face the same thing which Sayanora did as a child. While talking about this in an interview, Sayanora Philip said,

    I was insecure to the point, where I wanted to give birth to a fair child. I wasn’t able to wrap my head around the fact that what all the child would go through for the skin color. The first thing I asked the doctor, after giving birth to my child was her colour. I didn’t ask if the baby was a boy or a girl. I wanted to know whether my child was fair. Looking back, I feel so sorry for her and myself because I was conditioned to think like that. And nobody should go through that. Every teenage girl should be proud of her body. My baby girl is growing up and I want her to be confident.” [6]The Times of India

  • Sayanora Philip has given voice to ‘Raktham Sakshi,’ Akashavani’s national award-winning radio drama. [7]Sayanora Philip – Instagram
  • Reportedly, she has taken training for Kalari, the oldest form of Martial art developed in Kerala, India. [8]The Times of India