Shreya Ghoshal career, 2015–20

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Her first ever recorded song was “Ganraj Rangi Nachato” which is a cover version of a Marathi song originally sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Her first studio album was Bendhechhi Beena, which was released on 1 January 1998, with 14 tracks. Some of her earlier albums are O Tota Pakhi Re, Ekti Katha (1999), and Mukhor Porag (2000). Ghoshal recorded Bengali studio album Rupasi Raate (2002). Ghoshal recorded devotional songs in albums like Banomali Re (2002), and later, Krishna Bina Ache Ke (2007). Shreya Ghoshal career, 2015–20 2015 started with Ghoshal’s…

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Shreya Ghoshal career, 2008–14

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Her first ever recorded song was “Ganraj Rangi Nachato” which is a cover version of a Marathi song originally sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Her first studio album was Bendhechhi Beena, which was released on 1 January 1998, with 14 tracks. Some of her earlier albums are O Tota Pakhi Re, Ekti Katha (1999), and Mukhor Porag (2000). Ghoshal recorded Bengali studio album Rupasi Raate (2002). Ghoshal recorded devotional songs in albums like Banomali Re (2002), and later, Krishna Bina Ache Ke (2007). Shreya Ghoshal career, 2008–14 After singing for films…

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Shreya Ghoshal career, 2005–07

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Her first ever recorded song was “Ganraj Rangi Nachato” which is a cover version of a Marathi song originally sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Her first studio album was Bendhechhi Beena, which was released on 1 January 1998, with 14 tracks. Some of her earlier albums are O Tota Pakhi Re, Ekti Katha (1999), and Mukhor Porag (2000). Ghoshal recorded Bengali studio album Rupasi Raate (2002). Ghoshal recorded devotional songs in albums like Banomali Re (2002), and later, Krishna Bina Ache Ke (2007). Shreya Ghoshal career, 2005–07 Ghoshal was bestowed with…

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Shreya Ghoshal career, Bollywood debut (2002–04)

Best Female Playback Singer Award

Her first ever recorded song was “Ganraj Rangi Nachato” which is a cover version of a Marathi song originally sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Her first studio album was Bendhechhi Beena, which was released on 1 January 1998, with 14 tracks. Some of her earlier albums are O Tota Pakhi Re, Ekti Katha (1999), and Mukhor Porag (2000). Ghoshal recorded Bengali studio album Rupasi Raate (2002). Ghoshal recorded devotional songs in albums like Banomali Re (2002), and later, Krishna Bina Ache Ke (2007). Shreya Ghoshal career, Bollywood debut (2002–04) I remember…

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Shreya Ghoshal biography

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Shreya Ghoshal biography Shreya Ghoshal (born 12 March 1984) is an Indian playback singer, composer and music producer. She has received four National Film Awards, four Kerala State Film Awards, two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, seven Filmfare Awards including six for Best Female Playback Singer and ten Filmfare Awards South. She has recorded songs for films and albums in various Indian languages and has established herself as a leading playback singer of Indian cinema. Ghoshal aspired to become a playback singer from an early age. At the age of…

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Soumyadeep Ghoshal, Shreya’s brother

Soumyadeep Ghoshal

Shreya Ghoshal’s brother Soumyadeep Shreya Ghoshal : My brother Soumyadeep is seven years younger to me. So I used to feel very bad that I never got good gifts from him! (Laughs) Now that he’s grown to be a teenager, he gives me money from his piggy bank as a shagun. But not a day goes when I do not pray for his good life, happiness and well-being. Dec 23, 2012 In lockdown, Shreya Ghoshal spends time composing music Singer Shreya Ghoshal recently released her single ‘Nah woh main’, which…

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Interview with most beautiful voice Shreya Ghoshal

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An interview with most beautiful voice Shreya Ghoshal Red FM (Often stylized as Superhits 93.5 RED FM) is an Indian FM radio network headquartered in Delhi/NCR and owned by Chennai-based Sun Group. The network broadcasts content in various Indian languages including Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam. On 14th August ,2009 , Suryan FM 93.5 was rebranded to RED FM in 64 cities across India. Thus, Sun Group’s FM service came to be known with brand name RED FM across India except Tamil Nadu. Red FM Kerala, Kerala’s #1 FM…

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Shreya Ghoshal requests youth to embrace Indian ragas

shreya ghoshal, Indian ragas

Shreya Ghoshal requests youth to embrace Indian ragas MUMBAI: Shreya Ghoshal, who’s songs have touched the hearts of people across the world, feels Indian youth are negligent towards Hindustani classical music. The singer shared her opinion on her Twitter handle. Expressing her views, Shreya tweeted , “I feel most of our current generation is ignorant from the fact what impact Indian ragas can have on anybody’s heart if played or sung with all soul.” The Kar Har Maidaan Fateh singer didn’t stop here but went on to request youngsters to…

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Top 10 Shreya Ghoshal songs

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Top 10 Shreya Ghoshal songs Shreya Ghoshal is one of Bollywood’s ace singers today. She has come a long way in her melodious journey in the industry with all her hard work. Many would agree that with Shreya Ghoshal, playback singing has got another singing maestro after Lata Mangeshkar. Though all her songs are noteworthy, we compile a list of few of her top songs from Bollywood. Manva Laage ‘Manva laage’ from the movie ‘Happy New Year’ features Deepika Padukone and is a romantic number. The song is composed by…

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Shreya Ghoshal: The Jaadu and Nasha still lingers on

shreya ghoshal, singing in green dress

Shreya Ghoshal: The Jaadu and Nasha still lingers on Shreya Ghoshal’s voice has a certain soothing quality that hits the emotional chords in just the right places. As I write this article, I have the iconic “Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai” playing in the background and this leaves me wondering about the timeless nature of music. Every word that is perfectly enunciated by Shreya Ghoshal is not just a word, it tells a story. Her voice allows your mind to wander imaginatively. At a time when Hindi film music is going…

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