Mamta Sharma

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Mamta Sharma
Mamta Sharma.jpg
Sharma at Will To Live Music launch
Background information
Birth name Mamta Sharma
Born (1980-09-07) 7 September 1980 (age 37)[1]
Origin Gwalior,[2] Madhya Pradesh,
Genres Filmi, pop-folk
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2000 – present

Mamta Sharma is an Indian playback singer. She is known for the song Munni Badnaam Hui from Dabangg.[3] The song was a chartbuster and fetched her several awards and nominations, including a Filmfare award for Best Playback Singer (Female).[4]

Early life[edit]

Sharma was born in Birla Nagar, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. She completed her studies from Saint Paul's School Morar Gwalior. In school, she actively performed on stage. Later she also performed at various family events (marriage receptions, parties) with her band.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Before singing for Bollywood,Bengali, she lent her voice to many Bhojpuri albums[5] She was spotted by music director Lalit Pandit who got her first break in super hit movie, Dabangg, with the item song, Munni Badnaam Hui. She started singing in other Indian languages as well. She also has sung the super hit song Kevvu Keka in the Telugu remake of Dabangg, Gabbar Singh. She also made special appearance in Dabangg 2.

Awards, nominations and recognitions[edit]

Wins
  • 18th Journalist National Award, 2010 – Best Debut Singer[6]
  • 17th Annual Star Screen Awards, 2011 – Karbonn Mobiles Best New Talent in Music[7] Best Playback Singer (Female)[8]
  • 6th Apsara Film Producers Guild Awards, 2011 – Best Playback Singer (Female)[9]
  • 56th Filmfare Awards, 2011 – Best Playback Singer (Female)[4]
  • 12th IIFA Awards, Toronto, 2011 – Best Playback singer (Female)[10]
  • Mirchi Music Awards, 2010 – Upcoming singer (Female)
  • Mirchi Music Awards, 2010 – Best Playback singer (Female)
  • The Global Indian Film & TV Honours, 2011 – Best playback singer (Female)
  • 19th Prayag Kalakaar Awards, 2011 – Debut Singer (Female)
  • Apsara Film & producers Guild Awards 2013– for most popular film song on Radio by 93.5 Red FM For "FEVICOL SE" from the Film "Dabangg 2".
  • Lions Gold Awards 2013 – Lions Favourite Playback Singer: Female – (Fevicol Se – Dabangg 2)[citation needed]
Nominations

Discography[edit]

Year Song title Film Music director Co-singer(s) Language
2010 Munni Badnaam Hui Dabangg Lalit Pandit Aishwarya Nigam Hindi
2011 Chamki Jawaani Yamla Pagla Deewana Anu Malik Master Saleem, Daler Mehndi Hindi
Tinku Jiya Javed Ali Hindi
Naa Board Irada Bus Hudugaru V. Harikrishna V. Harikrishna Kannada
Dil Ka Achaar Bin Bulaye Baraati Anand Raj Anand Anand Raj Anand Hindi
Bombay Ponnu Vedi Vijay Antony M. L. R. Karthikeyan, Senthildas Tamil
Katto Gilehri Miley Naa Miley Hum Sajid-Wajid Daler Mehndi Hindi
Jawani Ki Bank Loot Le Loot Mika Singh Shravan Sinha Hindi
2012 Pyaar Ka Jhatka Khokababu Rishi Chanda Mika Singh Bengali
Badmast Chaalis Chauraasi Lalit Pandit Daler Mehndi Hindi
Chhanno Gali Gali Chor Hai Anu Malik Anu Malik Hindi
Anarkali Disco Chali Housefull 2 Sajid-Wajid Sukhwinder Singh Hindi
Mumbai Money Hai Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai T-Series Hindi
Kevvu Keka Gabbar Singh Devi Sri Prasad Murali Telugu
Aa Re Pritam Pyaare Rowdy Rathore Sajid-Wajid Sarosh Sami Hindi
Desi Mem Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal Sarosh Sami Hindi
Na Champa Na Chameli Bikram Singha Bappi Lahiri Bengali
Bol Bol Bachchan Bol Bachchan Himesh Reshammiya Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Ajay Devgan, Himesh Reshammiya, Vineet Singh Hindi
Lattoo Rakhtbeej Satish Tripathi
Ajay Mantwal
Hindi
Appu Appu Shiva Gurukiran Kannada
Sakku Bhai Dhamarukam Devi Sri Prasad Suchith Suresan Telugu
Tu Kamaal Di Kudi Son of Sardar Himesh Reshammiya Vineet Singh Hindi
Fevicol Se Dabangg 2 Sajid-Wajid Wajid Hindi
Pandeyjee Seeti Wajid, Shreya Ghoshal Hindi
Hello 1 2 3 Mike Testing Yaare Koogadali V. Harikrishna Udit Narayan Kannada
2013 Baap ka Maal Zila Ghaziabad Amjad Nadeem Sukhwinder Singh, Mika Singh Hindi
Dhoka Dhoka Himmatwala Sajid Wajid Bappi Lahiri Sunidhi Chauhan Hindi
Ayyo Paapam Yevadu Devi Sri Prasad Ranjith Telugu
Pinky Zanjeer / Toofan Anand Raj Anand, Meet Bros Anjjan, Chirantan Bhatt Meet Bros Anjjan Hindi
Pinkie Telugu
Katrina Ko Kareena Ko Enemmy Bappa B. Lahiri Bappi Lahiri Hindi
Mattina Kannale Survay Dirty Picture: Silk Sakkath Maga Jassie Gift Kannada
Tere Mohalle Besharam Lalit Pandit Aishwariya Nigam Hindi
Krrish Krrish Krrish 3 Rajesh Roshan Rajesh Roshan, Anirudh Bhola Hindi
Tooh Gori Tere Pyaar Mein Vishal-Shekhar Mika Singh, Shruti Pathak, Vishal Dadlani Hindi
Don't Touch My Body Bullett Raja Sajid-Wajid Hindi
2014 Shyane Ishta Criketu Love Is Poison Sai Kiran Kannada
Ghagra Taarkata Arfin Rumey Bengali
Aata Majhi Satakli Singham Returns Yo Yo Honey Singh Yo Yo Honey Singh
Nitu Choudhry
Hindi
Meri Jawani Sode Ki Botal Spark Hindi
Gori Chitti Chamiya Meinu Ek Ladki Chaahiye Ravi Pawar
Shadaab Bhartiya
Hindi
Namak Paare Raja Natwarlal Yuvan Shankar Raja Anupam Amod Hindi
Balam Bambai Life Mein Twist Hai Aryan R Jain Aryan R Jain Hindi
2015 Shake My Kamariya Mumbai Can Dance Saala Bappi Lahiri Hindi
Madamiya Tevar Sajid-Wajid Mika Singh Hindi
Fashion Khatam Dolly Ki Doli Sajid-Wajid Wajid
Shabab Sabri
Hindi
Ghaghara Dirty Politics Sanjeev Darshan Hindi
Sesamma DK Arjun Janya Kannada
20-20 Welcome Back Anu Malik Anu Malik
Shadaab
Hindi
Jingilia Jingilia Puli Javed Ali Hindi (dubbed version)
Raye Raye Bengal Tiger Uma Neha, Simha Telugu
2016 Tang Uthake Housefull 3 Sohail Sen Neeti Mohan, Mika Singh Hindi
Shaboo Murari - The Mad Gentleman Hindi
Choli Blockbuster Dongari ka Raja Shivangi Bhayana, Meet Bros Hindi
Khakhee Chokka Sardaar Gabbar Singh Devi Sri Prasad Simha Telugu
2017 A For Apple Jaya Janaki Nayaka Telugu
Chapa Nishka Sera Bangali Dev Negi Bengali
Mala Seenha Julie 2 Shabab Sabri, Danish Sabri Hindi
Gulbadan Firangi Hindi
2018 Ae Raja Jaane Kyun De Yaaron Hindi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXtgqIlzdoI&feature=youtu.be&t=8m45s
  2. ^ "Singer Mamta Sharma got first hit song in her first film Dabbang". Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  3. ^ "Mamta Sharma's Profile". Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  4. ^ a b "Munni Badnaam hui a big hit". Retrieved 30 January 2011. 
  5. ^ "Mamta Sharma Songs". Retrieved 6 Aug. 2015.
  6. ^ "18th JNA Award" Archived 13 September 2010 at Archive.is. Retrieved 30 January 2011.
  7. ^ "Karbonn Mobiles Best New Talent in Music". Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  8. ^ "And the Award Goes to...: Best Playback Singer (Female)". Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  9. ^ "Apsara Awards 2011" Archived 22 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  10. ^ "IIFA awards 2011 winners: 'Dabangg' bags six awards". [dead link]
  11. ^ "BIG STAR Entertainment Awards 2010". Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  12. ^ "Zee Cine Awards 2011" Archived 16 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved 20 January 2011.

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