Shreya Ghoshal in wild black
Shreya Ghoshal, one of the most famous singers in Bollywood today, was born on March 12th, 1984, in Berhampore, West Bengal. Her father Biswajit Ghoshal is an electrical engineer and mother Sharmistha Ghoshal is a postgraduate in literature. She started singing since the age of 4 when her mother taught her. She started her formal training in Hindustani classical Gharana of music when she was only six years old. She was trained for 18 months after which she continued her training in Mumbai with Late Mukta Bhideji. She completed her graduation in Arts with majors in English. Her first on-stage performance was at their club’s annual function. Her first studio album was in Bengali in 19998 and was named Bendhechhi Beena, and her first onscreen performance was in Awaz Nayi Andaaz Wohi. In 1995, she became the winner of All India Light Vocal Music Competition. Her fame and career began with her winning a television singing reality show named Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.
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Learning Shreya Ghoshal music
Childhood: her mother taught her music from the age of 4, till 6
Hindustani Music In Kota: Rakesh Sharmaji taught her classical Hindustani Music
School music teacher: Jayawardhan Bhatnagar taught her music in school, he introduced her to Rajasthani folk music as well.
In Kota: Mahesh Chandra Sharma taught her while she was in Kota
Playback singing: Her playback singing skills were polished under the guidance of Kalyanji Bhai, it was him who introduced her to Bollywood
Classical Hindustani Music in Mumbai: Mukta Bhideji was her teacher while she came to Mumbai.