Shreya Ghoshal, an Indian singer, and television personality was born on March 12, 1984. She has received seven Filmfare Awards, ten Filmfare Awards South, four National Film Awards, four Kerala State Film Awards, and two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. She is one of the highest-paid and most renowned playback singers in Indian cinema. She established herself as one of the top playback singers in Indian cinema by recording songs for movies and albums in a variety of Indian languages.

Ghoshal started studying music when he was four years old. After she won the television singing competition Sa Re Ga Ma when she was sixteen, The mother of filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali noticed her. Later, she debuted in Bollywood with the love romance Devdas by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. for which She received three awards: the National Film Award, the Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent, and the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer.

In addition to playback singing, Ghoshal has participated in music videos and judged a number of television reality series. Governor Ted Strickland of the U.S. state of Ohio recognized her by designating June 26, 2010, as “Shreya Ghoshal Day.” The chosen U.K. House of Commons members presented her with an award in London in April 2013. The Forbes list of the top 100 Indian celebrities has included her five times. Ghoshal made history in 2017 when her wax replica debuted in the Indian section of the Madame Tussauds Museum in Delhi.

In addition to “Ferrari Mon” for the Bengali film Antaheen (2008) and “Jeev Rangla” for the Marathi film Jogwa, Ghoshal has won four National Film Awards for Best Female Playback Singing: “Bairi Piya” for Devdas (2002), “Dheere Jalna” for Paheli (2005), “Yeh Ishq Haaye” for Jab We Met (2007), and one award for both (2008). She has received seven Filmfare Awards, including one for New Music Talent (RD Burman Award), six for Best Female Playback Singer (Teri Ore for Singh Is Kinng (2009), “Deewani Mastani” for Bajirao Mastani (2016), and “Ghoomar” for Padmaavat). Her songs include “Dola Re Dola” for Devdas (2003), “Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai” for Jism (2004), and “Bars” (2019). Additionally, Ghoshal has received 10 Filmfare Awards South nominations for Best Female Playback Singer.

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