Sonu Kakkar

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Sonu Kakkar
Neha Kakkar and Sonu Kakkar at Global Indian Music Academy Awards.jpg

Sonu Kakkar[1][2][3] is an Indian playback singer.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Sonu Kakkar at audio release of Chand Ke Pare

She was born in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. She started singing jagrans at the age of five when her parents moved to Uttam Nagar, Delhi. She later shifted to Mumbai where Bollywood music director Sandeep Chowta heard her singing in a singing competition on channel V called Indian Pop Star and gave her a break with the song 'Babuji zara dheere chalo'.[5][6] She is elder sister of singer Neha Kakkar, who is a prominent Bollywood singer.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Madari (2012)
  • Aisi Bani (2013)

Singles[edit]

  • Urban Munda (2014)
  • Akhiyan Nu Rehn De (2013)
  • Makhan Malai(2015)

Films[edit]

Year Song(s) Movie Language
2018 Chuski Jack and Dil Hindi
2016 Dil Ashkon Mein Fever
Kya Kasak
Khaara Khaara
Phir Teri Bahon Mein Cabaret
Sarrainodu Sarrainodu Telugu
Rangu Policeodu
Raangu Theri Tamil
2015 Foreign Balamwa Margarita With A Straw Hindi
2014 London Thumukda Queen
Salaam Lijiye Kabool Kijiye Kohinoor Nepali
2013 Hip Hip Huraah Mere Dad Ki Maruti Hindi
Malgova Naan Rajavaga Pogiren Tamil
Rangoli Rangoli Baadshah Telugu
Ok Report Jatt Airways Punjabi
2012 Singh Raja Joker Hindi
Yeh Kasoor[7] Jism 2
Thothapuri Kadlepuri Godfather Kannada
2011 Aali Re Sali Re No One Killed Jessica Hindi
2010 Mandukottu Badmash Telugu
Relarey Kedi
2009 Mastani Jwanit Mazya Nau Mahine Nau Diwas Marathi
Abe Saale Toss Hindi
Aa Bugga Kalavar King Telugu
De Thadi
Poolu Gusa Gusa Saleem
Blue theme Blue (2009 film) Hindi
Bareilly Ke Bazzar Mein Jail
Rama Rama Shivamani Kannada
2008 Jeena Mukhbiir Hindi
Taatibellem Tedharotti Sammakka Sarakka Mahathyam Telugu
Nachavura Nachavura Junction
Chitti Ayirey Bujjigadu
2007 Hitchki Risk Hindi
Ey Gori (Holi) Delhi Heights
2006 O Sikandar-(Desi Mix) Corporate
Ala Bala Shankar Telugu
Magada Maa Iddari madhya
Yemera dilke Samanyudu
Dhinam Dhinam Deepavali Varalaru Tamil
2005 Kar Mundya Sheesha Hindi
Bin Laden Jogi Kannada
Pavan Laa Kokila Telugu
Holi holi Sri (2005 film)
LKG Dress Political Rowdy
Akkad bakkad Super (2005 film)
Mudduletti
2004 Oora Kannu Ranga SSLC Kannada
Seduction Saavariya[8] Boom Hindi
Ishaq Da Takda Naach
2003 Sayonee Sandwich
Babuji Zaara Dheer Chalo Dum

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Sonu Kakkar". Sonu Kakkar. Retrieved 26 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Sonu Kakkar Biography". In.com. Retrieved 26 October 2015.
  3. ^ "Sonu Kakkar Biography". JustBollywood.In. Retrieved 26 October 2015.
  4. ^ "Latest Hindi Song Mera Hai Ye Watan Sung By Sonu Kakkar | Independence Day Special Song". Times of India. August 14, 2018.
  5. ^ "Sonu Kakkar collaborates with Sonu Nigam on new single". Radio and Music. June 13, 2018.
  6. ^ "Ahmedabad grooves to Sonu Kakkar's songs". Times Of India. 26 Mar 2014. Retrieved 26 October 2015.
  7. ^ "'Yeh kasoor mera hai' says singer Sonu Kakkar". Times Of India. 17 July 2012. Retrieved 26 October 2015.
  8. ^ http://www.planetbollywood.com/displayReview.php?id=042106015013

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