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Shreya Ghoshal

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Profile

Shreya Ghoshal was born on 12th March 1984 in Berhampore, West Bengal, India, to bengali parents, Sh. Bishwajit Ghoshal and Smt. Sarmistha Ghoshal. She spent her first three months of her life in her birth place in West Bengal, then she moved to a place called Rawatbhata near Kota, Rajasthan, where her father, who is an Electronics Engineer, was posted. She has spent first thirteen years of formative part of her life there and completed her schooling up to Eighth Standard, in Atomic Energy Central School, Rawatbhata.

Initiation of the Musical Odyssey

Life at Rawatbhata was simple, pristine, unpolluted, far from madding rush of a city. There used to be cultural programmes and social gatherings very often. Her mother is a singer and both of her parents are very much culturally inclined and they were very much involved with all those cultural activities. During those activities, as a small child she picked up her first lessons of music. She used to hum the same songs with her immature words whatever her mother sang during rehearsals. It is during those days her potentials of singing was discovered by her parents.
At the age of 4, she started learning music, mainly Bengali songs, from her first Guru - her mother. She gave her first stage performance at their club's annual function. At the age of 6, she started getting formal training in Hindustani Classical Music. She learnt Classical Hindustani Music from Rakesh Sharmaji of Kota, Shri Jayawardhan Bhatnagar, her school's music teacher and thereafter, from Mahesh Chandra Sharmaji of Kota. She got her intial exposure to hindi film songs and rajasthani folk from Shri Bhatnagar. She received training in playback singing from Padmashree Late Kalyanji Bhai at later stage. After shifting to Mumbai she continued her training in Classical Hindustani Music with Late Mukta Bhideji.

In Pursuit of her Dreams

In year 1997 she moved to Mumbai with her family when her father got transferred there. She did further schooling meretoriously from Atomic Energy Central School-4 and Atomic Energy Junior College with Science. Considering difficulty in pursuing Science with anticipated career in Music, she switched to Arts, and completed her Graduation in Arts with English as Major from S.I.E.S College, Sion, Mumbai.

Milestones

1995 She won the All India Light Vocal Music Competition, New Delhi, organised by Sangam Kala Group, in Light Vocal group in sub-junior level. Eminent judges Kalyanji-Anandji and Pt.Rajan & Sajan Mishra judged her at various stages. Her first TV performance followed this. It was a programme called 'Awaz Nayi Andaz Wohi' in EL TV. This was her first experience in studio recording.
1996 She was selected for 75th Children's Special Episode of TVS Sa Re Ga Ma, which she won. Later on she won various other episodes of TVS Sa Re Ga Ma the last one being the Megafinal judged by exceptional panel of judges comprising of Ustat Vilayet Khan, Anil Biswasji, Girija Deviji, Pandit Ram Narain, Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma and Ustad Zakir Hussain.
1998 She started recording in regional languages (Marathi, Bengali, etc.).
2000 Sanjay Bhansaliji and music director Ismail Darbarji selected her for playbacking for Paro played by Aishwarya Rai, in DEVDAS.
2002 She was launched as playback singer with the release of DEVDAS music.

Miles to go and Promises to Keep...

After Devdas, she has been continuously working and recording songs with many music directors. She has recorded film songs not only in Hindi but also in Assamesse, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Gujrarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Nepali, Oriya, Tamil, Telegu, etc.
She worked with music directors like Aadesh Shrivastava, Adnan Sami, Ajay Atul, Amar Mohile, Amit Trivedi, Anand Milind, Anand Modak, Anu Malik, Anand Raj Anand, A.R.Rahman, Bapi-Tutul, Bappi Lahiri, Bhardwaj, Debajyoti Mishra, Deepak Pandit, G V Prakash, Harris Jayraj, Himesh Reshamiya, Illayarajaji, Ismail Darbar, Jatin Lalit, Jeet, Joy Sarkar, Kailash Naresh Paresh, Karthik Raja, Koti, K.M. Radhakrishnan, Lalit Sen, Mani Sharma, M.M.Kreem, M. Jayachandran, Monty Sharma, Mano Murthy, Nadeem Shravan, Nikhil Vinay, Pyarelalji, Patnaik R.P, Pritam, Rajesh Roshan, Rajkumar S.A, Raju Singh, Ranjit Barot, Ram Sampat, Ravindra Jain, Roop Kumar Rathod, Sajid Wajid, Salim Suleiman, Sandesh Sandilya, Sanjay Bhansali, Sanjeev Darshan, Sen Brothers, Shankar-Ehsan-Loy, Shantanu Moitra, Sukhvinder Singh, Uttam Singh, Vidyasagar, Viju Shah, Vishal Bhardwaj, Vishal-Shekhar,Yuvanshankar Raja and many more.
She has been performing all over the world and captivating audience with her charming personality, ability to connect to audience instantly and above all her musical ability.
She has judged child contestant in Musical Talent Show " Voice Of India - Chhote Ustad" with exceptional ability.
Her performance as a team leader and a performer in "Music Ka Maha Muqabala" has been legendery.
She wishes to take her musical talent much beyond the film music and expand her horizon in other genre of music in particular Hindustani Classical Music.

Awards

17th Screen Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Screen awards - 2011
For the song "Bahara Bahara" from the film "I Hate Love Stories", composed by Vishal-Shekhar
Asianet Film Awards 2011
Other Film & TV Awards - 2011
Best Female Playback Singer for the Malayalam song Manjumazhakkalam from film Agathan
5th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award - 2010
For song "Tujhme Rab Dikhta Hai" from the film "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi", composed by Salim-Suleiman
BIG Bangla Music Award 2010
Music Awards - 2010
BIG Bangla singer of the year (Female),
Star Anando Sera Bengali Award 2010
Other Film & TV Awards - 2010
Star Anando Sera Bengali Award - Music
2009 Mirchi Music Awards Female Vocalist of the year (Kannada)
Music Awards - 2009
Mirchi Music Awards Female Vocalist of the year (Kannada)
2009 Mirchi Music Awards Female Vocalist of the year (Malayalam)
Music Awards - 2009
2009 Mirchi Music Awards Female Vocalist of the year (Malayalam)
IIFA Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Singh is King)
IIFA - 2009
For the song "Teri Ore" from the film "Singh is King", composed by Pritam
Kerala State Film Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
State Film Award - 2009
For the song, "Chandhu Thottille" from the film "Banares", composed by M. Jayachandran
54th Filmfare Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
FilmFare - 2009
For the song 'Teri Ore' from the film 'Singh is King' composed by Pritam
56th Filmfare Award Kannad for the Best Female Playback Singer
FilmFare - 2009
For the song "Ninna nodalentho" from the Kannad film "Mussanje Maathu" composed by Mano Murthy
Zee-Cine Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Guru)
Zee Cine Award - 2008
For the song "Barso Re" from the film "Guru", composed by A.R.Rahaman
53rd Filmfare Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
FilmFare - 2008
For the song 'Barso Re' from the film 'Guru', composed by A.R. Rahman
IIFA Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Guru)
IIFA - 2008
For song "Barso Re" from film "Guru"
56th National Film Award 2008 for Best Female Playback Singer
National Award - 2008
For the Songs from Bengali Film "Antaheen" composed by Shantanu Moitra & from Marathi film "Jogva" composed by Ajay-Atul
14th Screen Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Screen awards - 2008
For the song "Barso Re" from the film "Guru", composed by A.R.Rahman
3rd Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award - 2008
For the song "Barso Re' from the film "Guru", composed by A.R.Rahman
4th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Award - 2008
For the song "Teri Ore" from the film "Singh is King", composed by Pritam
Zee Astiva Award 2008
Special Awards - 2008
Awards for Exemplary Women - Excellence in Music
55th National Film Award 2007 for Best Female Playback Singer
National Award - 2007
For the song "Ye Ishq Hai" from the film "Jab We Met", composed by Pritam
54th Filmfare Award Tamil for the Best Female Playback Singer
FilmFare - 2007
For the song "Munbe Va" from Tamil Film "Sillunu Oru Kadal" composed my A.R.Rahaman
Zee-Cine Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Parineeta)
Zee Cine Award - 2006
For the song "Piyu Bole" from the film "Parineeta", composed by Shantanu Moitra
Tamilnandu State Film Award 2006
State Film Award - 2006
For the song "Munbe Va' from the film "Sillunuru Kadal" composed by A.R.Rahman
53rd National Film Award 2003 for Best Female Playback Singer
National Award - 2006
For the song "Dhire Jalna" from the film "Paheli", composed by M.M.Kreem
12th Screen Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Screen awards - 2006
For the song "Piyu Bole" from the film "Parneeta", composed by Shantanu Moitra
ETV Bangla Film Awards 2005
Other Film & TV Awards - 2005
Best Playback Singer - Female
Anandalok Puraskar 2005
Other Film & TV Awards - 2005
Best Playback Singer for the film Manik
The Indian Tele Awards 2004
Other Film & TV Awards - 2004
Best Title Singer for a TV Show (for Yre Meri Life Hai)
10th Screen Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
Screen awards - 2004
For the song "Jadu hai nasha hai" from the film 'Jism' composed by M.M.Kreem
49th Filmfare Awar for the Best Female Playback Singer
FilmFare - 2004
For the song 'Jadoo Hai Nasha Hai' from the film 'Jism', composed by M.M.Kreem
IIFA Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Jism)
IIFA - 2004
For the song "Jadu Hai Nasha Hai" from the film "Jism", composed by M.M.Kreem
IIFA Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Devdas)
IIFA - 2003
For the song "Dola Re" from the film "Devdas", composed by Ismail Darbar
Zee-Cine Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Devdas)
Zee Cine Award - 2003
For the song "Dola Re" from the film "Devdas", composed by Ismai Darbar
48th Filmfare Award for the Best Female Playback Singer
FilmFare - 2003
For the film Devdas, shared with Kavita Krishnamoorti for the song 'Dola Re', composed by Ismail Darbar
50th National Film Award 2003 for Best Female Playback Singer
National Award - 2003
For the song "Bairi Pia" from the film "Devdas", composed by Ismail Darbar
48th Filmfare R.D.Burman Award for best Music Talent
FilmFare - 2003
For her outstanding rendering in the film 'Devdas'
Sansui Award for Best Female Playback Singer (for Devdas)
Other Film & TV Awards - 2003
For the song "Dola Re" from the film "Devdas", composed by Ismail Darbar

Achievements

Getting selected as winner TVS SaReGaMa 200th Episode, Jan, 1999 by panel of judges consisting of most eminent music maestros Ustad Vilayet Khan, Anil Biswasji, Girija Deviji, Pandit Ram Narayan, Pandit Shivkumar Sharma, Ustad Zakir Hussain

Winning the national award for the second consecutive year at the age of 25 has been one of the rarest achievement

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Performance Genre

Bollywood Singer from Mumbai  Female Singer from Mumbai