Rita S (PUN)

Gender:
Female
Voice Range:
20’s, 30’s,
Native Language:
Punjabi

Voice Description

Rita's voice is warm and reassuring when recording public information pieces on sensitive subjects, friendly, clear and instructional when recording.

Biography

Rita is an experienced and versatile voice artist and has narrated  NGO films which have been shown to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva and Liberia.  She has recorded several audiobooks from kids’ books to The Kama Sutra. Her documentary narration includes “Don’t Kick Us Out” for Channel Four and a series of educational programmes for Teachers Tv.

In between there have been radio ads for Asda and Vodafone (English and Hindi), several public information films and tv ads for the NHS, onboard safety announcements for British Airways (Panjabi), dubbing and ADR work (Indian accent) for several episodes of My Shocking Story and BBC’s Hotel Babylon, sponsorship idents for Granada, a Foreign Office listening exam (Hindi), animated ad for The Economist, bags of corporate and training films for clients such as Barclays, Unilever and Hewlett Packard and surely best of all being the voice of non-diagnostic blood pressure and weight machines nationwide.

Although Rita’s natural accent is southern-come-neutral she is British Indian, so  can also voice in Hindi, Punjabi and with an Indian accent and is able to read from a Devanagari (Hindi) and Gurmukhi (Punjabi) script.

Punjabi

Indian accented English

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