Krishna Beura

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Krishna Beura
Krishna Beura is a popular bollywood playback singer.jpg
Background information
Born Odisha
Genres Playback singer
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2004–present
Website http://www.krishnabeura.com/

Krishna Beura[1] is an Indian playback singer who has sung songs in commercial Hindi and Odia cinema. Mostly known for his hit song "Maula Mere" from the film Chak De India, "Rabba" (Musafir) and "Soniyo from the Heart" (Raaz-2). He can sing in 22 languages including his mother tongue Oriya.[2][3]

Career[edit]

Krishna Beura got his first break when he approached Sanjay Dutt. Sanjay not only liked his singing style but also gave him a chance to sing in four films: Rudraksh (song: "Ishq Khudai"), Rakht (song: "Sach Hai Sach Hai Yeh"), Musafir (song: "Rabba"), Deewaar (song: "Ali Ali")[4]

From then on his journey as a singer began in Bollywood.Since then he has sung various hit songs including the latest "Soniyo" (From the Heart) from movie Raaz - The Mystery Continues.

In 2008 he also released his first solo pop album Ishq Gali Na Jaiyo composed of eight songs.

In 2010, Popular Indian rock band Bandish collaborated with him for their second self-titled album.[5]

Location[edit]

Krishna Beura is originally from Kusupangi, Banki, Cuttack, presently residing in Mumbai. His father Shri Indramani Beura was an employee of Indian Air Force who traveled to different parts of the country. He spent about 11 years in Chandigarh, graduated from GGDSD College, sector 32 Chandigarh, and post graduation from Department of Indian Theatre (Panjab University Chandigarh). His mother Shushama Beura wanted him to be a pilot or an engineer or a doctor.

Style[edit]

Krishna Beura is known for his very special (often uncommon) style which is very near to legend ustaad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Krishna also accepts that he has a tend towards Khan sahibs grand Sufi style. Krishna is famous among his fans for his mastery on high notes (tar -saptak) in singing and harkats as well as alaaps, he is one of the most talented singers to hit High pitch notes with ease. Also when Krishna hits high notes he has more vibration or bass in his voice in comparison with other singers who hit high notes. He is also comfortable doing low notes (mandra saptak). Along with Kailash Kher and Sukhwinder Singh, Krishna Beura is one of the most famous Sufi style playback singers in Bollywood.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Ishq Gali Na Jaiyo (Label:TIPS)
  • Neela Nayanaa (Label:Darubrahma Production)
  • Tama Kathaa Mane Pade (Label:Sun Music)

Hindi Songs[edit]

Year Song Movie Music Director(s)
2017 Tujhse Milke Ye Baawra Single Shreyash Shandiliya
2015 Glamorous Ankhiyaan Ek Paheli Leela Meet Bros Anjjan
Rangabati Kaun Kitne Paani Mein[6]
2012 Shah Ka Rutba Agneepath
2012 Dil Kanch Sa Hate Story
2011 The Mutton Song Luv Ka The End Ram Sampath
2011 Son Titariya Yamla Pagla Deewana
2011 Mere Brother Ki Dulhan Mere Brother Ki Dulhan
2010 Chaska Badmaash Company
2009 Soniyo From The Heart Raaz - The Mystery Continues[7] Raju Singh
Bandaa Re Main To Tere Govrov Dasgupta
2009 Tu Hai Rab Mera Jugaad
2009 Koshish Koshish Let's Dance
2008 Jaya He Jaya He Jumbo (film) Ram Sampath
2007 Main Jahaan Rahoon Namaste London Himesh Reshammiya
2007 Maula Mere Le Le Meri Jaan Chak De India Salim-Sulaiman
2007 Insha Allaah Welcome
2007 Lakhon Karodo Mein Koyi Risk
2006 Mere Saath Chalte Chalte Humko Deewana Kar Gaye
For Your Eyes Only
2006 Har Saans Zinda
2006 Rabbi Zindaggi Rocks Anu Malik
2006 Jaane Ke Jaane Na Jaan-E-Mann Anu Malik
2005 Aap Ki Kashish Aashiq Banaya Aapne Himesh Reshammiya
2004 Ishq Khudai Rudraksh Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
2004 Rabba Musafir Vishal-Shekhar
2004 Khata Nahin I Proud To Be An Indian
2003 Sach Hai Sach Hai Rakht
Jannat Hai Yeh Zameen

Lollywood[edit]

Year Song Movie Music Director(s)
2014 Lutt Gaya The System

Regional Films[edit]

Year Song Movie Language
2011 Maa Khoje Mamata (Title Track) Maa Khoje Mamata Odia
2011 Prema Aase Thare Jibana Re Mu Premi Mu Pagala Odia
Samaya Ra Khela
2011 Mu Odia Pua Kiese Dakuchhi Kouthi Mote Odia
2011 Belara Darada Tate Bhala Paauchhi Boli Odia
2011 Bele Bele Jibanabi Most Wanted Odia
2009 Laage Ekaa Ekaa Abhimanyu Odia
2009 Mo Katha Suni Ja Dream Girl Odia
Kuch Kuch Andide Raj The Showman Kannada
2009 Rumu Brandy Whisky Ginnu Housefull Kannada
2011 Sariyeno Mandahaasa Kannada
Katra Mila Samandar Mein Waris Shah Punjabi
2013 Yello bittu bandevu Naavu Dyaavre Kannada
Raunkan Shaunkan Sat Sri Akal Punjabi

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Category Song Movie Award Results
2011 Best Playback Singer-Male "Maula Mere" Chak De India[8] Stardust Award Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Krishna Beura". Krishna Beura. Retrieved 1 Nov 2015. 
  2. ^ "Krishna Beura biography". filmibeat.com. Retrieved 11 Nov 2015. 
  3. ^ "About Krishna Beura's Biography". veethi.com. Retrieved 11 Nov 2015. 
  4. ^ "'Orissa boy rocks Mumbai music industry". Times Of India. 29 Mar 2009. Retrieved 1 Nov 2015. 
  5. ^ "Bandish collaborates with Pete Lockett for second album". 
  6. ^ "'Kaun Kitney Paani Mein' Music Review: An Okay, Devoid-of-Ambition Fare". IndiaWest. 27 Aug 2015. Retrieved 11 Nov 2015. 
  7. ^ "Music Review : Raaz The Mystery Continues". glamsham.com. Retrieved 11 Nov 2015. 
  8. ^ boy krishna-beura-to-rock-bay-area/ "Krishna Beura to Rock Bay Area" Check |url= value (help). 

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