Shreya Ghoshal is an Indian playback artist. She played out a few tunes in Bollywood, provincial movies and furthermore for Indian cleansers like Kasturi. Other than Hindi, she has additionally sung tunes in Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu.
Shreya Ghoshal was conceived in a Bengali Brahmin family. She lived her childhood in Rawatbhata, a residential community close to Kota, Rajasthan. Her dad works in Bhabha Atomic Research Center as an atomic power plant design for the Nuclear Power Corporation of India while her mom is a post-graduate in writing.
From the age of four, Ghoshal went with her mom on the harmonium. Her folks enlisted her for formal preparing in Hindustani established music in Kota with Maheshchandra Sharma. As a kid, she won the kids’ extraordinary scene of the Sa Re Ga Ma challenge on Zee TV. In those days, the show was facilitated at this point popular artist Sonu Nigam. Kalyanji who additionally made a decision about the challenge persuaded her folks to move to Mumbai. She prepared with him for a year and a half and proceeded with her traditional music preparing with Mukta Bhide in Mumbai. She learned at Atomic Energy Central Schools (AECS) at Kota and Anushaktinagar (Mumbai). For Graduation, she had enlisted herself at SIES College in their Arts Stream.
She grabbed the eye of movie chief Sanjay Leela Bhansali when she took an interest in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa for the second time, this time contending with grown-ups. In 2000, he offered her the chance to be the voice of Paro, the lead female character of his film Devdas, who was to be depicted by Aishwarya Rai. Shreya sang five tunes in the film. Moviegoers from over the world heard Ghoshal’s performing voice envisioned on Aishwarya Rai, and she rapidly ended up one of the best female playback vocalists in Bollywood. A melody from the motion pictures earned her the Filmfare Award for the best vocalist that year, just as the RD Burman grant, given to forthcoming abilities in music at a similar honor function. After Devdas, she proceeded to sing for some different on-screen characters under the rod of different music experts, including Anu Malik, Himesh Reshammiya, Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Pritam, Vishal-Shekhar, A.R. Rahman. She has won numerous honors. She has additionally gotten numerous awards for the melody ‘Simple Dholna’ from Bhool Bhulaiyaa.
She showed up as a judge on the singing show Amul Star Voice of India Chhote Ustaad. She likewise sang the title melodies of numerous Indian TV serials. She is the first playback artist to have been nominated in 4 out of the 5 categories for the best playback vocalist for her tunes in 2008 in IIFA 2008.
On 5 February 2015, Shreya married her childhood buddy Shiladitya Mukhopadhyaya in a conventional Bengali ceremony. Before getting hitched, she dated him for just about 10 years. As per Ghoshal, aside from being an artist, she wants to travel and peruse books yet it’s cooking that healingly affects her.
In mid-2016, Ghoshal gave vocals to two-part harmony “Tere Bin” from film Wazir close by Sonu Nigam. Composed by Shantanu Moitra and composed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, the tune opened to positive audits by critics. Ghoshal was next heard in tune “Tum Bin Jiya” in film Sanam Re, made by Jeet Ganguly. It was a recreated version of the song with the same title from 2001 film Tum Bin sung by K.S. Chitra and made by Nikhil-Vinay. The tune got positive to negative reviews. Ghoshal sang the tunes “Aankhon Se Nikle Aansoo” and “Ishq Ki Baarish” composed by Sameer and made by Nadeem Saifi in the film Ishq Forever for which commentators contrasted Ghoshal singing style with veteran artist Alka Yagnik. Ghoshal gave vocals to tune “Aatach Baya Ka Baavarla” in Marathi film Sairat made by Ajay-Atul which was generally welcomed by critics. Ghoshal’s cooperation with Ankit Tiwari in tune “Punch Tum Hote Ho” from film Rustom was fundamentally well received. Ghoshal was next heard in Tamil film Devi in which she rendered her vocals for the tune “Rang Rangoli.” Ghoshal likewise named Hindi rendition of the tune titled “Ranga Re” as the film was discharged alongside Tamil in Hindi and Telugu also with Telugu adaptation “Rang Rangare” being sung by Swetha Mohan. The Tamil adaptation of melody additionally opened to positive reviews.
In mid-2017, Ghoshal rendered “Aashiq Surrender Hua” two-part harmony alongside co-vocalist and author Amaal Mallik from the film Badrinath Ki Dulhania. the tune in itself was quite refreshing for its particular verses which were written somewhere around lyricist: Shabbir Ahmed. “Aashiq Surrender Hua” was one of the uncommon melodies in which Ghoshal was heard in a lower enlist than what she, as a rule, sings in. Ghoshal was next heard in “Rozana” from the film Naam Shabana for which Ghoshal’s vocals were explicitly met with basically positive audits. Apart from rendering vocals for A R Rahman made ‘Do Dilon Ke’ two-part harmony alongside Hariharan in the Hindi named rendition of the film: Viceroy’s House. Ghoshal additionally loaned her voice for two-part harmony ‘Hans Mat Pagli ‘in Toilet: Ek Prem Katha close by Sonu Nigam. Both tunes were widely praised. In 2017, Ghoshal additionally sang “Thodi Der” two-part harmony with co-vocalist and music chief Farhan Saeed for the film Half Girlfriend. She got a Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer selection for the song. Ghoshal’s four Kannada tunes were incorporated into The Times of India rundown of “10 Best Romantic Songs of 2017”, which are “Usire” from Hebbuli, “Ondu Malebillu” from Chakravarthy, “Ninna Snehadinda” from Mugulu Nage and “Chippinolagade” from Maasthi Gudi.
Today Ghoshal is a legendary industry artist and has recorded in different local dialects, including Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bengali, Meitei, Marathi, and Bhojpuri. 2018 began for Ghoshal working together with S. Thaman for the tune “Mandhaara” from Bhaagamathie. She later gave her version to “Allasani Vaari” from Tholi Prema. She likewise loaned her voice to four tunes for the deferred film Phir Se… (2018). Ghoshal proceeded with melody Ghoomar from the period show Padmaavat, alongside Swaroop Khan. Made by movie’s executive Sanjay Leela Bhansali himself, it depended on the conventional music and move frames performed by the Rajput rulers of Rajasthan. The tune was generally welcomed, with commentators applauding Ghoshal for her rendition. The tune was seen more than 10 million times in a solitary day. Ghoshal was next heard in the reproduced adaptation of “Ek Do Teen” from Tezaab (1988) in Baaghi 2 and the title track of Dhadak (2018)