Alka Ajith is a professional singer who comes from south India. Alka, who debuted on stage at the age of 2½ years, is a hit with the audiences of ‘ganamelas’, where she sings from her repertoire of 3000 songs. Alka has a family tradition of music. Her grandfather was a noted singer. Her father Ajith is a professional singer and keyboard player. Ajith’s brother Manoj is a guitarist with Yesudas’s troupe. Another uncle of her, Sudhir, is a member of the military orchestra.
Alka shot to fame after winning the Airtel Super Singer Junior 2 title in 2010, and recently made her film playback debut with the song, "Chirakengu" in the movie The Train which stars Mammootty with music by Srinivas. She was awarded a Villa for winning that contest situated in "Anugraha Satellite town", near Pondicherry.
Her performance in the "Grand Finale" of that contest could be mentioned as an incredible one, for which she got standing ovation from the entire arena. At an infant age she started lip syncing, and she made her stage debut on August 15, 1999, at an age of 2 and half years.
At 7 years of age, Alka Ajith had already achieved distinctions like singing in 10 languages, 500 plus stage performances, a UNESCO gold medal, and a Rotary International award. She is a hit with the audiences of ‘ganamelas’, where she sings from her repertoire of 3000 songs. In 2008, she released the album Chakkaramuthu.