Shraddha Pandit

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Shradha Pandit
Shraddha Pandit at the audio release of 'Kuchh Karriye'.jpg
Shraddha Pandit at the audio release of "Kuchh Karriye"
Background information
Birth name Shraddha Pandit
Also known as SP
Born 4 July 1982 (age 35)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Origin Indian
Genres Indian classical music, Playback singer, Pop and Bollywood
Occupation(s) Singer.
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 1999 – present

Shraddha Pandit (born 4 July 1982) is an Indian playback singer.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

Shraddha grew up in Mumbai and belongs to a large family of successful musicians, singers, music producers and actors. She has learnt Hindustani Classical Music under her Grandfather, Sangeet Acharya Late Shri. Pandit Pratap Narayan. Shraddha has sung for many prolific music composers including A. R. Rahman, Amit Trivedi, Salim-Sulaiman, Badshah, and many more. Her all time hits are "Pehli Pehli Bar Baliye", "Ae Shivani", "Rang Deeni", "Sasural Genda Phool", "Jigar Da Tukda", "Manchandre Nu", "Khuda Ke Liye", "Bipasha Bipasha", "Aiyoji", "Rab Rakha" and "Band Baja Baraat". Her latest chartbusters are "Pani Wala Dance" (2015) and "Aaj Raat Ka Scene" (2016). Shraddha has also released an album, Teri Heer from Sony Music in 2008, where she wrote lyrics and composed all the songs by herself.[1] Her two siblings have successful careers in the Bollywood industry where her sister, Shweta Pandit is also a well known playback singer and her brother Yash Pandit is a film and television star. Shraddha's entry in Bollywood music industry was with the song "Mausam Ke Sargam" from the film Khamoshi the musical as a child artist, which got her instant fame in year 1998 and her successful journey continues till date.

Filmography as Playback Singer[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Chords & Notes". The Hindu. 2008-12-03. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  2. ^ "Singer "Shrraddha Pandit" Turns Composer With Her Album "Teri Heer"". 2009-04-27. Retrieved 2009-08-09. [permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Heer and Now". 14 November 2004. Archived from the original on 15 July 2009. Retrieved 9 August 2009. 

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