Aditi Singh Sharma

Aditi Singh Sharma (born 2 June 1986) is an Indian playback singer. She made her playback singing debut in Bollywood with Anurag Kashyap's Dev.D. Sharma is known for her work in movies like Dev.D, No One Killed Jessica, Dhoom 3 and 2 States.[1]

Aditi Singh Sharma
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Background information
Born (1986-06-02) 2 June 1986 (age 34)
New Delhi, India
GenresFilmi, pop

Early life and careerEdit

Aditi was born on 2 June 1986 in New Delhi, India. She completed her education in Moscow Russia and later on moved to Mumbai to pursue her a career as a singer. She showed an interest in music from a very young age. Her father died when she was 20.[citation needed] She began her career as a playback singer with the song "Yahi Meri Zindagi" in the film Dev.D directed by Anurag Kashyap.[2]

She has performed in numerous live concerts. She has appeared on MTV's Coke Studio and MTV Unplugged, her performance with Pritam & Arijit Singh at IIFA awards has received great reviews.

Besides singing, Aditi is well known for her good cooking skills amongst her family and friends.

Playback singingEdit

Year Movie Song Language
2009 Dev.D "Yahi Meri Zindagi" Hindi
2010 Admissions Open "Meri Rooh"
The Film Emotional Atyachar "Chitka Hua"
A Flat "Dil Kashi"
2011 No One Killed Jessica "Dilli Dilli"
"Aali Re"
Turning 30 "Turning 30!!!"
Game "Kaun Hai Ajnabi"
Luv Ka The End "Luv Ka The End"
"Freak Out"
Always Kabhi Kabhi "Undi The Condi"
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan "Choomantar
Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge "Dheaon Dheaon"
Jo Dooba So Paar It's Love in Bihar! "Saaley"
Damadamm! "Madhushala"
2012 Agent Vinod "I'll Do The Talking Tonight"
"Raabta – Night in a Motel"
Vicky Donor "Kho Jaane De"
Heroine "Main Heroine Hoon"
2013 John Day "Kis Lamhe Mein"
Gori Tere Pyaar Mein "Dhat Teri Ki"
Dhoom 3 "Dhoom Machale Dhoom"
"Kamli (Dubstep Mix)" 
2014 Darr @ The Mall "Pinacolada"
Bewakoofiyaan "Gulcharrey"
2 States "Offo"
Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty "Blame the night"
Roar "Rubaru"
Rowdy Fellow "Ra Ra Rowdy" Telugu
2015 Alone "Touch My Body" Hindi
Roy "Sooraj Dooba Hain"
"Sooraj Dooba Hain (2nd version)"
Bangistan "Saturday Night"
Calendar Girls "Shaadi Wali Night"
2016 Teraa Surroor "Bekhudi"
Love Shagun "Hichkiyaan"
Ki & Ka "High Heels"
Azhar "Oye Oye"
Befikra Single "Befikra"
Dishoom "Sau Tarah Ke (Revisited)"
Force 2 "Rang Laal"
2017 Commando 2 "Commando (Title Track)"
Naam Shabana "Dil Hua Besharam"
Golmaal Again "Golmaal Title track"
"Itna Sannat Kyun Hai"
Simran "Meet (Female Version)"
2018 Jole Jongole "Premer Infection (Dil Ki Kite)" Bengali
Bizli "Ure Ure Mon"
Chal Mohan Ranga "Miami" Telugu
Veere Di Wedding "Veere" Hindi
Nawabzaade "High Rated Gabru"
2019 Total Dhamaal "Speaker Phat Jaaye"


Year Award Ceremony Category Film Song Result Reference(s)
2009 Mirchi Music Awards Upcoming Female Vocalist of The Year Dev.D "Yahi Meri Zindagi" Won [3]


  1. ^ "Music is a part of my being: Aditi Singh Sharma". The Times of India.
  2. ^ "Trends changing, but no match for legendary singers, says playback singer Aditi Singh Sharma". 2 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Mirchi Music Award 2009". Retrieved 15 February 2019.

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