Shweta Mohan’s tribute to Women’s Resilience with musical anthem Sthree

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Celebrated playback singer Shweta Mohan captured the imagination of all movie lovers with her melodious voice. She made a name for herself with her songs in Telugu,Tamil,Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada. She shot to fame in Telugu with her songs in Telugu dubbed Tamil films Indira and Bombay. She sang the song Kuchi Kuchi Koonamma in Telugu in Bombay.

She sang the song Piliche Pedavulapaina in Mahesh Babu’s Khaleja and in Balakrishna’s Sri Rama Rajyam,she sang the songs Rama Rama Rama Ane, Shankhu Chakralu, Idi Pattabhi. She sang Katuka Kallu in Ravi Teja’s Sarocharu and Dil Se in Pawan Kalyan’s Gabbar Singh. She made an impression with her songs Maastaru in Dhanush’s SIR,Priya Mithunam in Prabhas’ Adipurush and her last song was Inka Inka Dhoorame in Nagarjuna’s Naa Saami Ranga.

She now joins forces with Maithri Srikant in a groundbreaking musical initiative, “Sthree,” an anthem that empowers and celebrates women’s strength, challenges, and triumphs worldwide. This multifaceted endeavor, set to release in four Indian languages – Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu – resonates with diverse audiences globally through distinct versions.

Composed by the acclaimed Shweta Mohan, the anthem captures the essence of Maithri Srikant’s evocative poem ‘Her Kaleidoscope.’ It intertwines pivotal narratives and examines the power dynamics woven into a woman’s journey.
“Through music, we aim to spark meaningful dialogue and highlight the resilience of women,” says Shweta Mohan. “This anthem is a tribute to the silent heroes who shape our world.”

Crafted as a contemporary masterpiece, “Sthree” transcends geographical boundaries, serving as India’s homage to women globally. It honors the ordinary yet extraordinary individuals who overcome adversity with unwavering determination. The anthem advocates for gender equality and celebrates women’s remarkable achievements despite challenges.”We believe in the transformative power of music,” declares Maithri Srikant, President and Founder of Raga Society. “This anthem is not merely a song; it’s a movement that celebrates the indomitable spirit of women.”

Aligned with the mantra “Health of Women, Wealth of the Nation,” “Sthree” becomes a catalyst for change, weaving a melodic tapestry that resonates with women’s strength and resilience.Slated for release on Shweta Mohan’s official YouTube channel, “Sthree” promises an inspiring message of empowerment accessible to a global audience.

Shweta Mohan, renowned for her enchanting voice and musical versatility, brings her expertise to this significant project. Maithri Srikant, an advocate for women’s rights and empowerment, adds her depth of knowledge and passion. This non-commercial venture invites the support of those committed to the cause, emphasizing the project’s dedication to the noble vision of ‘Sthree Sakthi.’ “Sthree” is a love-crafted anthem dedicated to all women, carrying the message of empowerment and celebration far and wide.

Hindi – https://youtu.be/DHNet7aNPzE
Sthree – The Anthem
Music and vocals – Shweta Mohan
Lyrics – Manoj Yadav

Malayalam – https://youtu.be/1ln0qyrBaPY
Sthree – The Anthem
Music and Vocals- Shweta Mohan
Lyrics – Anu Elizabeth

Tamil – https://youtu.be/QyVhvS1C5vs
PeNN – The Anthem
Music and Vocals- Shweta Mohan
Lyrics – Krithika Nelson

Telugu – https://youtu.be/l5nJTOA6xvA
Sthree – The Anthem
Music and Vocals- Shweta Mohan
Lyrics – Vanamali


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Surendra Kumar Naidu
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