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|Born||22 March 1988|
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Associated acts||Tanishk Bagchi|
Dhvani Bhanushali is an Indian singer who works in the Bollywood music industry. She has sung the chartbuster song of the year 2018 "Dilbar" from the movie Satyameva Jayate. She started her music career with the song "Ishtehaar" from the film Welcome To New York (2018 film) .
Dhvani Bhanushali was born on 22 March 1998 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Her father is Vinod Bhanushali, who is the president of Global Marketing and Media Publishing for T-Series. She has a younger sister Diya Bhanushali .
Bhanushali has worked with Neha Kakkar on the song "Dilbar" and Guru Randhawa on the song "Ishare Tere." Her debut song was "Ishtehaar" from Welcome to New York which she sung with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Her song, "Dilbar," was the first Hindi language song to enter the Billboard Top Ten. She released a carpool mashup of "Gulabi Aankhein" and "Shape of You." She released the singles "Leja Re," and "Main Teri Hoon." She also released the single "Vaaste" with Nikhil D'Souza. She also appeared in the music videos for these songs. She also sang the song "Laila" for the movie ''Notebook''.
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