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Souparnika Nair (Singer) Age, Family, Biography & More

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Age: 10 Years
Hometown: Kollam, Kerala
Mother: Renjitha Chandran

Souparnika Nair

Bio/Wiki
ProfessionSinger
Physical Stats & More
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of Birth5 March 2010 (Friday)
Age (as in 2020) 10 Years
BirthplaceSuffolk, UK
Zodiac signPisces
NationalityBritish
HometownKollam, Kerala
SchoolSebert Wood Community Primary School, Bury in the UK [1]English Manorama Online
Educational QualificationStudying in School
Family
ParentsFather- Dr Binu
Mother- Renjitha Chandran
Souparnika Nair's Parents

Souparnika Nair

Some Lesser Known Facts About Souparnika Nair

  • Souparnika Nair is a singer who resides in England and traces her roots in India.

    An Old Picture of Souparnika Nair With Her Mother

    An Old Picture of Souparnika Nair With Her Mother

  • She sang ‘Vande Mataram’ on the Independence Day of India and posted it on a social media platform in 2016.
  • She appeared in Michael McIntyre’s Big Show on BBC channel in 2020, becoming one of the youngest people to feature on the show.
  • She came into the limelight after participating in the popular TV reality show, ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ in 2020. She started her audition with Judy Garland’s song. Simon Cowell; one of the judges of the show, stopped her in midway and asked her to sing another song. Souparnika sang ‘Never Enough’ and received huge appreciation and a standing ovation from the judges and audience. In her appreciation, judges said,

Simon Cowell commented,

You absolutely nailed it.”

David Walliams said,

That is a mountain of a song and you conquered it.”

Amanda Holden said,

It’s quite an old fashioned voice you’ve got which I love. You hit every single note, well done.”

Alesha Dixon commented,

I cannot get my head around the fact that you’re 10-years-old, standing up there like a little professional.”

  • The famous Indian singer, A. R. Rahman shared the clip of Souparnika’s performance on 27 May 2020 with a caption,

“Nice to wake up to this”

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