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Four time winner of the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer, Shreya Ghoshal (born 12 March 1984) from West Bengal, India is one of the most prolific Bollywood playback singers of modern times.
From an early age Ghoshal has been surrounded by music with her singer of a mother at the helm. At four years old she began her music lessons in Bengali, progressing and incorporating Hindu Classical music which she continued to study in her later years. It was during this study period that her love for Bollywood blossomed as she moved to the capital New Delhi in hopes of making it.
Goshal’s career pursuit began in 1995 when she won the All India Light Vocal Music Competition and also went on to win the musical reality television game show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa”. It was her appearance on the television show which catapulted her foray into stardom as Bollywood director Sanjay Leela Bhansali mesmerised by her performances and talent searched high and low to reach Ghoshal.
In 2002 Ghoshal made her Bollywood debut on Bhansali’s smash hit film “Devdas” where she filled in the vocal position of Aishwarya Rai’s character Paro. The success of her performance was just the start of her incredible journey as she rose to Bollywood stardom. As a result of her appearance in “Devdas” Ghoshal received numerous accolades including the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song “Bairi Piya” and an IIFA Award for Best Female Playback on “Dola Re”.
Aside from her illustrious Bollywood career, as a solo artist Ghoshal has released over sixteen studio albums in range of dialects including Bengali, Hindi, Tamil and Punjabi which has seen her travel across the globe performing in prestigious venues such as: Wembley Arena in London, Rosemont Theatre in Chicago and the Sydney Opera House in Australia to thousands of adoring fans.
As a recognised figure in Indian popular culture, on 26 June 2010 in the state of Ohio, Governor Ted Strickland declared it Shreya Ghoshal Day. In 2013, the Houses of Common in London honoured Ghoshal for her contribution to Indian music.