RJ Malishka

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Malishka Mendonsa, popularly known as RJ Malishka, is a radio personality from Mumbai, India.[1][2][3] She works in Red FM 93.5. Her show "Morning No 1 with Malishka" has won the "Best Breakfast Programme/Show (Hindi) at the Indian Excellence in Radio Awards" in the past.[1] Actress Vidya Balan was trained by RJ Malishka when the actress played the role of an RJ in 2006 Bollywood film Lage Raho Munnabhai.[4]

Career[edit]

Malishka started her career as a radio jockey. Her show Morning No 1 is a popular show. She has also done shows like Best Breakfest Programme and M Bole Toh. On 13 July 2014, Malishka entered the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa in the 7th season as wild card entrant but later got eliminated in the 9th week (10 August 2014).[5] Actress Vidya Balan was trained by RJ Malishka when the actress played the role of an RJ in 2006 Bollywood film Lage Raho Munnabhai.[4] She later played the role of a radio jockey in the 2017 Bollywood film Tumhari Sulu starring Vidya Balan. She has also appeared as a guest in Bigg Boss in many seasons.

Awards[edit]

Her show "Morning No 1 with Malishka" has won the "Best Breakfast Programme/Show (Hindi) at the Indian Excellence in Radio Awards" in 2010.[1]

Sonu Song Pothole Mix[edit]

A song has gone viral on social media and has become a talking point in the city. Malishka made a catchy YouTube video about Mumbai's monsoon problems (potholes)and the monsoon woes that Mumbaikars have to face every year, beginning with the potholes menace, the traffic jams on roads and railway disruptions. The song was themed around the question "Mumbai, do you trust the BMC?", which wasn't found funny by the BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation).

In 2018 she came up with new song targeting BMC. This time a copy of Zingaat song of Sairaat movie. She has described that how Mumbai has gone to dogs due to BMC. She is again critical of BMC in this song.

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