Sonu Kakkar

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Sonu Kakkar
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Born (1979-08-11) 11 August 1979 (age 35)
Rishikesh, Uttarakhand
Occupation Singer
Spouse(s) Neeraj (2006–present)
Relatives Neha Kakkar (sister)
Awards Best Debutant Singer

Sonu Kakkar (born 11 August 1979) is an Indian playback singer. She was born in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. She started singing jagrans at the age of five when her parents shifted to Delhi. She later shifted to Mumbai where Bollywood music director Sandeep Chowta heard her singing in a singing competition and gave her a break with the song 'Babuji zara dheere chalo'.[1][2]

Albums[edit]

Sonu Kakkar - Don't Touch Me Released under Sony Music India July, 2008.

1) Don't Touch Me 2) Jeena 3) Paradesi 4) Chana Chana Chann Chann 5) Bhool Ja 6) Jhumka Gira Re 7) Tanha Tanha 8) Dum Pe Maro Dum

Singles[edit]

  • "Urban Munda" - Single (2014)
  • "Salaam Lijiye Kabool Kijiye" Nepali Film (Kohinoor) (2014)
  • "Mahi Bin"-Heer: The sufi soul (2013)
  • "Hip Hip Huraah"-Mere Dad Ki Maruti (2013)
  • "Aisi Bani"- Coke Studio (India)(2013)
  • "Malgova" - Tamil film Naan Rajavaga Pogiren (2013)
  • "Rangoli Rangoli" - Baadshah
  • "Akhiyan Nu Rehn De" - Single (2013)
  • "Shaaman Paiyan Feat. Man-ik 2012
  • "Madari"- Coke Studio (India)(2012)
  • "Yeh Kasoor"- Jism 2(2012)
  • "Thothapuri Kadlepuri" (Godfather) (2012)
  • "Aali re Sali re" (No One Killed Jessica) (2011)
  • "Relarey" Telugu Film (Kedi) (2010)
  • "Mastani jwanit mazya" (Marathi film - Nau Mahine Nau Diwas) (2009)
  • "Abe Saale" (Toss) (2009)
  • "Blue theme" (Blue) (2009)
  • "Bareilly ke bazzar mein (Jail) (2009)
  • "Rama Rama" (Shivamani), Kannada [2009]
  • "Jeena" (Mukhbiir) (2008)
  • "Hitchki" (Risk) (2007)
  • "O Sikandar" (Corporate) (2006)
  • "Dhinam Dhinam Deepavali" Tamil Film Varalaru (2006)
  • "Bin Laden" Film Jogi (2005)
  • " Mudduletti" Telugu Film (Super) (2005)
  • "Mallika i hate you" (mallika i hate you)
  • "Sun charkhe di" (call of the lover- mitti)
  • "Yaadan teri yaad" (now that's sandeep chowta)
  • "Ni main yaar manana ni" (miki virus)
  • "ok report"
  • "London Thumukda" Queen

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