Renowned playback singer Manjari marked two decades of musical success by dedicating an evening to the differently-abled children of the Different Art Centre. The event, titled "Oru Manjari Naadam," was a heartwarming celebration.
The song "Chimmi Chimmi" from the movie “Urumi” bridged the gap between the stage and the audience as it swayed along with the differently-abled children. Manjari, singing most of the songs on stage, expressed her dedication to these special children, calling them "God's angels."
The evening kicked off with the opening song "Thaane En Thamburu," and many film and album songs received standing ovations from the audience. A special highlight was the performance of "Oru Chiri Kandaal," a duet with Vijay Yesudas, which added to the event's joy.
Numerous prominent figures from the music industry and beyond extended their wishes for Manjari's musical journey. Notable personalities like Anoop Jelotta, Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri, Ousepachan, and many others appeared on stage and screen to congratulate Manjari.
Gopinath Muthukad, Executive Director, Different Art Centre, praised Manjari's kindness in choosing to celebrate her musical milestone with these children. He noted that she could have held the event anywhere, but her decision to celebrate with the children at the Different Art Centre was a heartwarming gesture.