Who is your favorite singer? Dhvani Bhanushali or Neha Kakkar?

Dhvani Bhanushali or Neha Kakkar: The Singing Star

Dhvani Bhanushali has become the newest singing sensation in B-town. The 21-year-old singer is being called the next big thing in the Indian music industry, thanks to her fine voice and screen presence.

Well, besides her honey-coated voice, it’s her beautiful looks and cool girl-next-door style that makes her so relatable. Dhvani Bhanushali is an Indian model-turned-singer.

Dhvani was very popular in Bollywood since the beginning, but it was only after her music video “Vaaste” that she gained immense popularity among the public.

She is a very hardworking girl and has worked hard since the very beginning. She has beauty, brains as well as an amazing voice; well, a total package.

A new age millennial with a sweet and sensational voice that entices her audience in every single she sings, this girl is indeed a star in the making.

And on the other hand, is the famous singer Neha Kakkar.

Undoubtedly one of the most sought after singers in the industry, Neha Kakkar’s rise to the top has been fascinating to watch. Neha found her passion for music from a very early age. She was only four when she first started singing.

After Indian Idol, the versatile singer released her first album, ‘Neha The Rock Star’, in 2008.

Neha Kakkar has given us London Thumakda, Kala Chashma, Badri Ki Dulhania, Chote Chote Peg, Kar Gayi Chull and Main Tera Boyfriend among many others, and all these songs have been party anthems.

One of the most followed Indian singers on social media, Kakkar has also performed at more than a thousand live concerts.

Who is your favorite singer between these two – Dhvani Bhanushali or Neha Kakkar?

Vote here.

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