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Taran Kaur Dhillon, known by her stage name Hard Kaur, is a British Indian rapper and hip hop singer; as well as playback singer and actress in Bollywood. She recorded the song “Ek Glassy” and was top for the UK then in 2007 rapped for Sriram Raghavan’s movie Johnny Gaddaar’s song “Paisa Phek (Move Your Body).” Since then she has sung in movies like Ugly Aur Pagli (“Talli”), Singh Is Kinng, Kismat Konnection, Bachna Ae Haseeno, Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, and Prince.
Jonita Gandhi is an Indo-Canadian singer. She sings in English, Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, Telugu, and Kannada.Jonita Gandhi started posting videos in collaboration with Aakash Gandhi when she was 17 and they went viral on the internet. She has big hits on YouTube for covers of songs Someone Like You, Pani Da Rang, Tujhko Jo Paaya, Tum Hi Ho, Suhaani Raat, Yeh Honsla, and many others. She has also performed in BC, Canada for songs like Aao Huzoor Tumko, Lag Ja Gale which are very famous.
She is an Indian singer, model, actress and former VJ. She came to prominence as a member of the Indipop girl group Viva!. Manchanda was also a participant in the reality television series Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.
She is an Indian playback singer, who sings for the Hindi language films. Through her successful singing career, she has received one Filmfare Award. In 2012, Kapoor released the music video “Jugni Ji”, featuring Dr. Zeus. The track was the remix version of the Pakistani Sufi song “Alif Allah”, originally sung by Arif Lohar and Meesha Shafi at the third season of the musical series Coke Studio Pakistan in 2010. Upon the release, “Jugni Ji” went on to become one of the biggest singles of 2012 and Kapoor earned the Brit Asia TV Music Award for Best Single.
Monali is an Indian singer and actress. She is the recipient of a National Film Award and a Filmfare Award. Thakur won the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song “Moh Moh Ke Dhaage” from the film Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015) and the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song “Sawaar Loon” from the film Lootera (2013). She is presently an “expert” on Colors TV’s Rising Star.
Also credited as Neeti, is an Indian singer. She was one of the winners of the Channel V show Popstars and as such, became a member of the Indian pop group Aasma with the other winners of the show. She was also on the Star Plus show Music Ka Maha Muqabla, where she was part of the winning team Shankar’s Rockstars led by Shankar Mahadevan. She is a regular on A.R. Rahman live shows.
She competed on the television reality show Indian Idol season 2 in 2006 . Heading through which she also appeared in “Comedy Circus Ke Taansen” in 2014 on Sony Tv. At present, she is judging a singing reality show on Zee Tv named Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs. In 2008, she launched her first album Neha-The Rock Star whose music was composed by Meet Brothers. Her other work includes the songs “Sunny Sunny”, “Manali Trance” and Aao Raja with singer Honey Singh, “Dhating Naach”, “London Thumakda” and “Hanju” with singer “Meiyang Chang”, Patt Lainge with singer Gippy Grewal.
Ghoshal aspired to become a playback singer from a young age. At the age of four, she started learning music. At the age of six, she started with her formal training in classical music. At the age of sixteen, she was noticed by film-maker Sanjay Leela Bhansali when she entered and won the television singing reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. Following that, she made her Bollywood playback singing debut with Bhansali’s romantic drama Devdas (2002) for which she received a National Film Award, a Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer and Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent.
She has performed in concerts across the world and has been featured in albums, singles, concert webcasts, music videos, Bollywood films, and advertisements.In addition to her own material, Mohapatra has recorded remixes of songs by David Bowie, with “Let’s Dance”, and INXS, with “Afterglow”, with the latter proving particularly successful.
She started singing jagrans at the age of five when her parents moved to Delhi. She later shifted to Mumbai where Bollywood music director Sandeep Chowta heard her singing in a singing competition and gave her a break with the song ‘Babuji zara dheere chalo’. She is elder sister of singer Neha Kakkar, who is a prominent Bollywood singer. Her sister shared that their father used to sell samosas outside her school and her friends used to make fun of her.
She began performing in local gatherings at the age of four and made her career debut at the age of 13, with the film Shastra (1996). During the year, she won the first singing reality show titled Meri Awaz Suno. She rose to prominence after recording “Ruki Ruki Si Zindagi” from Mast (1999), ultimately winning the Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent and was nominated for the Best Female Playback Singer.
She is of Indo-Canadian origin, with family roots in Kashmir, predominantly active in the Bollywood and South Indian music industries. She is the voice behind Bollywood hits such as: “The Humma Song” (OK Jaanu), “Phir Bhi Tumko Chahunga” (with Arijit Singh) (Half Girlfriend), “Baarish” (Half Girlfriend),, “Kanha” (Shubh Mangal Saavdhan), “O Sona Tere Liye” (with A.R. Rahman) and “Chal Kahin Door”, both from the Sridevi starrer MOM. The Humma Song is one of the highest ranking songs of 2016 on YouTube and on the Radio. As of July 2017, it has 209 million views on YouTube.
Kholgade began her Bollywood playback singing career with the song “Pareshaan” for the film Ishaqzaade (2012), which earned her wide success and several awards and nominations, including the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer. The following year, she garnered a second nomination in the Best Female Playback Singer category at Filmfare for singing the song “Balam Pichkari” from the coming-of-age romance Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013) and received praise for the song “Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai” from the sports drama Sultan (2016), both of which rank among one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films.