Shreya Ghoshal signatures
Shreya Ghoshal (Bengali: শ্রেয়া ঘোষাল; born March 12, 1984)
Shreya Ghoshal had her birthday on 12th March. She has been a constant part of many successful songs and she idolised Lata Mangeshkar Ji. Shreya Ghoshal had a very lucky experience to be featured on Saregamapa singing reality show when Sonu Nigam used to host the show and she had won the Saregamapa. However, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s mom, Leela Bhansali saw her on television and admired her to the core. She only suggested Sanjay to get Shreya Ghoshal for him to sing for Devdas.
Sanjay called Shreya Ghoshal, when she was just a kid, around 16 years old and she had dubbed for Bairey Piya in Devdas, and the rest is history. Sanjay Leela Bhansali called Shreya Ghoshal for each and every movie he has made over these 20 years of life time. Shreya Ghoshal is a hit machine. Whatever she has touched had turned into gold. Her Ye Aaina Song from the album of Kabir Singh got her filmfare too. Amaal Malik composed this song and did the music too. Amaal Malik had said earlier how ‘Yeh Aaina’ was destined to Shreya Ghoshal and no one else.
Signed by Shreya Ghoshal
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