In many ways, Shreya Ghosal is a leading face of the democratization of the Indian entertainment industry, brought on, primarily by TV talent shows. With an uncommonly beautiful voice ranging from sweet to sultry, Ghosal would nevertheless have remained unknown if not for a revolutionary change in the dynamics of how Bollywood and the Indian entertainment industry functions. Whereas in the olden days, a virtual unknown, no matter how talented, would have had almost impossible odds of getting her foot into the industry. Now, thanks to a spattering of talent-search shows such as Indian Idol, Sa Re Ga Ma, Chotte Ustaad and others, a fertile crop of talented singers such as Abhijeet Sawant, Parthiv Gohil, Kunal Ganjawala, Rahul Vaidya, Sunidhi Chauhan, and of course Shreya Ghosal are seeing the limelight.
Shreya Ghoshal.. the twinkle in her eyes takes you deep into the creative world. Her sweet smile can soothe many a tense nerves, but her biggest asset is her melodious voice. A good singer with a good a voice – a rare phenomenon that has happened to Bollywood. Winner of eight major awards including the national award, 2003
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