Babul Supriyo

Babul Supriyo (born 15 December 1970)[2][3] is an Indian playback singer, live performer, television host, actor and politician who currently serves as Cabinet Minister of Information Technology and Electronics and Tourism of the Government of West Bengal. He was elected Member of Parliament from Asansol in the 16th and 17th Lok Sabha and also served as the Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, in the Union Council of Ministers. He officially resigned as MP on 19 October 2021.[4] and was elected as a Member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly on 16 April 2022 from Ballygunge Assembly seat.[5]

Babul Supriyo
Cabinet Minister, Government of West Bengal
Assumed office
3 August 2022
Chief MinisterMamata Banerjee
Ministry and Department
Preceded byPartha Chatterjee
Member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly
Assumed office
16 April 2022
Preceded bySubrata Mukherjee
Minister of State, Government of India
In office
31 May 2019 – 7 July 2021
Prime MinisterNarendra Modi
MinisterPrakash Javadekar
MoS ofMinistry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
Preceded byMahesh Sharma
In office
12 July 2016 – 30 May 2019
Prime MinisterNarendra Modi
MoS ofMinistry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Preceded byG.M. Siddeshwara
Succeeded byArjun Ram Meghwal
In office
9 November 2014 – 12 July 2016
Prime MinisterNarendra Modi
MoS ofMinistry of Urban Development,Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation
Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
In office
23 May 2014 – 22 October 2021
Preceded byBansa Gopal Chowdhury
Succeeded byShatrughan Sinha
Member, Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture
In office
1 September 2014 – 9 November 2014
Appointed bySumitra Mahajan
Speaker of the Lok Sabha
Personal details
Babul Supriyo Baral

(1970-12-15) 15 December 1970 (age 52)
Uttarpara, West Bengal, India
Political partyAll India Trinamool Congress (2021–present)[1]
Other political
Bharatiya Janata Party (2014–2021)
  • Riaa
    (m. 1995; div. 2015)
  • Rachna Sharma
    (m. 2016)
Alma materUniversity of Calcutta (B.Com)
  • Politician
  • actor
  • playback singer
WebsiteMinistry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change

He made a career as playback singer in Hindi cinema in the mid-nineties and has sung for many films since then. He primarily sings in Hindi, Bengali, and Odia languages. However, he has also done playback singing in 11 other languages during his musical career. He entered politics in 2014 and joined Narendra Modi's government. He previously served as Union Minister of State for Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.

Supriyo quit the Bhartiya Janata Party and joined the All India Trinamool Congress Party in September 2021.[6]

Early lifeEdit

Supriyo was born and brought up in Uttarpara, a suburb town of Kolkata on the banks of the Hooghly River in West Bengal. His parents are Sunil Chandra Baral and Sumitra Baral.[7] Babul comes from a musical family and was greatly influenced by his grandfather, Banikantha NC Baral, a Bengali vocalist and composer. He won several inter-school and inter-college music compositions, and had performed in All India Radio and Doordarshan.[8] He attended Don Bosco School during which he became an "All India Don Bosco Music Champion" in 1983, and "The Most Enriching Talent" in 1985. He completed his bachelor's degree in commerce from Serampore College in 1991.[9]

When he entered the entertainment industry, he changed his birth name Supriya Baral to Babul Supriyo.[10][11]

Personal lifeEdit

Supriyo was introduced to Riaa at a Shah Rukh Khan concert in Toronto.[12] They married each other in 1995.[13] His first child Sharmilee was born in 1996.[citation needed] Supriyo and Riaa divorced in October 2015.[13] He remarried on 9 August 2016 to Rachna Sharma, an air hostess of Jet Airways.[14]

Political careerEdit

The President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee administering the oath as Minister of State to Shri Babul Supriya (Babul Supriyo) Baral, at a Swearing-in Ceremony, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on 9 November 2014.
Babul Supriyo taking charge as the Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, on 1 June 2019

An ardent admirer of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Narendra Modi, Supriyo was introduced to Bharatiya Janata Party in March 2014. In 2014 Indian general election, he was nominated by the party as their candidate for Asansol, West Bengal and won it by defeating Dola Sen.[15] He was inducted to Narendra Modi's government as the Union Minister of State, Ministry of Urban Development; and Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation on 9 November 2014.[16] He became the youngest minister.[8] He served in these ministries till 12 July 2016, after which his portfolio was changed to Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.[17][18]

In the 2019 Indian general election, Supriyo again won from the Asansol as a Bharatiya Janata Party candidate defeating Moon Moon Sen by 1.97 lakh votes, and securing a total of 6.32 lakh votes.[19][20] In May 2019, he became Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change.[21]

Member of Parliament

Election Constituency Party Votes % ±
2019 Asansol Bharatiya Janata Party 6,33,378 51.16   14.41
2014 4,19,983 36.75   31.19

On 19 September 2019, Supriyo was attacked by students after he was invited to attend an event at Calcutta's Jadavpur University.[22][23]

On 13 August 2019, Supriyo Babul, accused the state government of not giving food for the cyclone affected people in Fazarganj for 5 days.[24]

In the 2021 West Bengal Legislative Assembly election, Babul Supriyo ran from Tollyganj (Vidhan Sabha constituency) as the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate and lost by more than 50,000 votes. Probably stung by an unexpected defeat, Supriyo stated that Bengal had made a 'historic mistake' by voting for TMC.[25] However the Facebook post was later deleted.[26]

On 31 July 2021, Babul Supriyo announced on social media his decision to quit politics and also resign as a Lok Sabha MP.[27] However days later he decided to complete his tenure as MP.[28] He then edited his Facebook post deleting the "won't join any party" remark raising speculations. On 18 September 2021 he joined All India Trinamool Congress in presence of Abhishek Banerjee.[29]

On 16 April 2022 he was elected as a Member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly from Ballygunge Assembly seat.[5]

Singing careerEdit

Babul Supriyo at Premiere of 'Rock Of Ages'

After a brief work at the Standard Chartered Bank, Supriyo chose singing as a full-time career.[30][31] He moved to Mumbai in 1992 to make a career in Bollywood. Kalyanji gave him a break, and took him to perform abroad at their live shows. In 1993 he toured Canada and USA with Amitabh Bachchan. He also toured US with Asha Bhonsle in 1997 and 1999.[9] Besides playback singing, he has also done several stage shows.[32] Babul Supriyo performed at Powai Sarvajanin Durgotsav in 2011.

His breakthrough came with "Dil Ne Dil Ko Pukara" in Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai in 2000, the debut film of Hrithik Roshan.[9] Some of his other popular Bollywood songs are "Pari Pari Hai Ek Pari" (Hungama), "Hum Tum" (Hum Tum) and "Chanda Chamke" (Fanaa). He is the anchor of the hit television show K for Kishore. He sang the opening themes of Balaji Telefilms serials.[33]


  • Monoroma Tilottama (1997)
  • Hoyto Tomari Jannya (1999)
  • Sochta Hun (2003)
  • Kuch Aisa Lagta Hai
  • Untitled - Babul Supriyo (2008)
  • Kotobaaro Bhebechhinu (Rabindra Sangeet) (2009) - Asha Audio
  • Jodi Jantem (Rabindra Sangeet) (2010) - Asha Audio
  • Babul Baul (2014)
  • Mone Robe (2011, Rabindra Sangeet album comprising 10 songs sung by Babul Supriyo & Alka Yagnik)
  • Just Tomake
  • What The Folk
  • Timeless
  • Suna Pharua (2016, Odia)


As a playback singerEdit

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Song Name Composer Notes
1994 Ekka Raja Rani Dil Ko Zara Sa Nadeem-Shravan
Prem Yog Zindagi Char Din Ki Bappi Lahiri
Kranti Kshetra Malan Thara Baag Mein
Shor Machaongi
1995 Gaddaar Baraste Paani Ka Maza Nadeem-Shravan Uncredited
1996 Agni Sakshi O Piya O Piya Nadeem-Shravan
Shastra Kuch Hua Re Hua Re Aadesh Shrivastava
Jung Kya Dekh Raha Hai Nadeem-Shravan
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi Aaj Meri Zindagi Anu Malik
Himmatvar Kitni Chahat Chhupaye Baitha Hoon Nadeem-Shravan
1997 Saat Rang Ke Sapne Aati Hai To Chal
Dilon Ka Haal
Ba Ba Batao Na
Naseeb Tumhi Ne Meri Zindagi Nadeem-Shravan
Aar Ya Paar Jo Hoga Hone Do Viju Shah
Jeevan Yudh Sun Sajana Tere Bin Nadeem-Shravan
1998 Doli Saja Ke Rakhna Taram Pam A.R.Rahman
1999 Hello Brother Hata Saawan Ki Ghata Sajid–Wajid
2000 Bechainee Tumse Nahin Koi Pyaara Sanam Charles Srinivasan
Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai Dil Ne Dil Ko Pukara Rajesh Roshan
Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke
Do Lafzo Mein
Hai Deewane Yeh Ishq Mera
Yeh Sama Yeh Nazare
Koi Taza Hawa
Ek Haseen Ladki
Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa Chori Chori Chupke Chupke Ismail Darbar
Aaghaaz Aaghaaz Karo
Man Tera Mera Man
Anu Malik
Kaali Ki Saugandh Raees
2001 Chori Chori Chupke Chupke Chori Chori Chupke Chupke Anu Malik
Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai Maine Koi Jadoo
Jabse Dekha Hai
Anu Malik
Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar Govinda Anand–Milind
Kasautii Zindagii Kay Kasautii Zindagii Kay TV series
Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya Style Nasha Tera
Sajanniya Re
Himesh Reshammiya
Boond Goriya Re Goriya Re Rajendara-Liyaqat
Albela Hai Mera Dil Tu
Sarse Sarak Gayee
Ittefaq Main Aashiq Hoon Dilip Sen-Sameer Sen
Dial 100 Sunil Jha & Raja Sen
2002 Dil Vil Pyar Vyar Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai
Kehna Hai
Ab Ke Saawan Mein
Kehna Hai (Solo)
Babloo Chakravorty
Jeena Sirf Merre Liye Jeena Sirf Merre Liye
Pyaar Mange
Kaaboo Aey Babu Anchal Talesara
Company Pyar Pyar Mein Sandeep Chowta
Yeh Kya Ho Raha Hai? Aarzoo Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy
Kya Yehi Pyaar Hai Meri Tarah Tum Bhi Sajid–Wajid
Gunaah Hamne Tumko Dil Ye De Diya
Jab Dil Churaya
Anand Raj Anand
Deewangee Dholi O Dholi Ismail Darbar
Santana Phaguna re Phaguna Malay Mishra Mohammad Mohsin
2003 Dil Ka Rishta Dil Ka Rishta (Sad) Nadeem-Shravan
Hungama Pari Pari Hai Ek Pari Nadeem-Shravan
Chori Chori Aate Aate Sajid–Wajid
Out of Control Tera Chandsa Yeh Chehera
Kudhi Vi Soni
Tu Mera Hai Sanam
Anand Raj Anand
Kucch To Hai Hai Rey Anu Malik
Leena On The Chhuk Chhuk Mix Leena O Leena
Tum Aa Gaye Ho
Chhookar Mere Mann Ko
Meri Pyaari Behniya
Le Jaaynge
Harry Anand Remix video which had TV actor Eijaz Khan in his first few roles
DJ Hot Remix Kehdoon Tumhain Harry Anand Remix video which had TV actor Eijaz Khan in his first few roles
Escape from Taliban Rimil Baba Babul Bose
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah Yeh Mann Mera Bada Hi Chaliyan Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy
Andaaz Aayega Maza Ab Barsaat Ka Nadeem-Shravan
Zameen Bas Ek Baar Himesh Reshammiya
Wrong Number Kabhi Jabhi Koi Chehra Daboo Malik
2004 Plan Aane Wala Pal Anand Raj Anand
Hum Tum Hum Tum Jatin–Lalit
DJ Hot Remix Vol.2 & The Return Of Kaanta Mix Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahaan
Kehdoon Tumhain
Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankain
Vaada Karo Nahi Chhodogi Tum Meraa Saath
Khizaan Ke Phool Pe
Leena O Leena
Harry Anand Remix album
Naam Gum Jaayegaa Tera Palkein Jo Uthin Anand–Milind
Suno Sasurjee Saason Se Saasein Sanjeev Darshan
Sweet Honey Mix Pardesiya Harry Anand Remix album
Miss Spicy Mix Pardesiya
Aaj Rapat Jaayn
Harry Anand Remix album featuring Rakhi Sawant in one of her first few roles
Baby Love – Ek Pardesi Mera Dil Le Gaya Lekar Hum Deewanaa Dil
Yeh Raat Bheegi Bheegi
Remix album
DJ Aqeel – Disco 82 Disco 82 DJ Aqeel Remix album
Play Gal Mix Mere Piya Gaye Rangoon (Version 2) Harry Anand Remix album
Rok Sako To Rok Lo Haan Mujhe Thaam Le
Rok Sako To Rok Lo
2005 Vaada Main Ishq Uska Himesh Reshammiya
DJ Hot Remix Vol 3 Aray Yaar Harry Anand Remix album
Chaahat – Ek Nasha Dil Ki Baat Anand Raj Anand
Chehraa Kabhi Khamosh Baithogi Anu Malik
Zameer Dil Ke Badle Dil To
Tere Pyar Ne Deewana
Zindagi Ke Faisle Mein
DJ Hot Remix Vol 4 Pardesiya
Khizzaan Ke Phool Pe
Harry Anand Remix album
Dus Chhaam Se Vishal-Shekhar
Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya Teri Meri Love Story Himesh Reshammiya
71/2 Phere Tera Saath Hai Kitna Pyare Shantanu Moitra
2006 Fanaa Chanda Chamke Jatin–Lalit
Bombay Vikings – Zara Nazron Se Kahdo Kehdoon Tumhain
Khizzaan Ke Phool Pe
Leena O Leena
Harry Anand Remix album
Sanober & The Masti Express Pardesiya Harry Anand Remix album
Vivah Hamari Shaadi Mein Ravindra Jain
Mantra Shakti Jackson & Shakeer
2007 Laaga Chunari Mein Daag Zara Gungunalein Chalo Shantanu Moitra
2010 Sanam Hum Aapke Hain... Dil Ne Jo Bhi Kaha Maine Manna Manoj – Vijay
2018 Laila Majnu Sarphira Niladri Kumar

Bengali songsEdit

Year Film Songs Composers Co-Singers
2001 Jamaibabu Jindabad "Jamaibabu Jindabad" Babul Bose Priya Bhattacharya
"Sneher Chayay Bhalobasay"
Pratibad "Aasbe Ghare Khokon Sona" Sadhana Sargam
"Koli Kale Ghore Koli Haar" Arshad, Priya Bhattacharya
Bachao "Aar To Kodin Pore" Emon Saha
"Amar Ekdike Prithibi"
2002 Devdas N/A
Barkane "Ki Name Dakbo Tomake"
Annadata "Hate Chabi Niye Bose"
"Amader Katha Sudhu Mane Rekho" Sadhana Sargam, Deepa Narayan
Kurukshetra "Kokhono Megh Kokhono Rodh" Ashok Bhadra
2003 Champion "Kobe Je Amar Naam" S. P. Venkatesh
Sangee "Bombay Kapiye"
"Kere Nili" (Happy) Mano
Guru "Takei Bale Bhalobasa" Sadhna Sargam Babul Bose
2004 Dadu No. 1 "Oi Chokhete Misti Hasi" Malay Ganguly Shreya Ghoshal
"Ae Bhai Re Are Bol Na Re" Udit Narayan
"Aj Aei Shubhodine" Shreya Ghoshal, Udit Narayan
2005 Swapno "Muche Jaowa Dinguli" Hemanta Mukherjee, Madhu Mukherjee
"O Akash Sona Sona" Shaan
Yuddho "Tomar O Chokhete" Jeet Gannguli Sadhana Sargam
"Sure Sure Aaj O Mon" Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal, Jeet Gannguli, Sadhana Sargam
Manik "Subho Janmodin" Babul Bose
"Tomake Peye Chena Prithibi" Shreya Ghoshal
"Ke Dekheche Age"
"Kauke Bhalo Laage" Shreya Ghoshal, Priya Bhattacharya
2006 Kranti "Prithibi Bodle Geche" Jeet Gannguli Shreya Ghoshal
Hero "Aaha Mori Sundori" Sabeha
2007 I Love You "Ekta Kotha Bolbo" Shreya Ghoshal
"Dhure oi Pahar Miseche" Shreya Ghoshal, Sweta
2008 10:10 "Kolkata" Drono Acharya Sree
2009 Antaheen "Alo Alo Rong Jomkalo Chand" (Pherari Mon) Shantanu Moitra Shreya Ghoshal
Premer Kahini "Aaj Swopno Sukher" Jeet Gannguli Mahalaxmi Iyer
"Sangsar Sukhi Hoy Romonir" Shreya Ghoshal
2010 Ogo Bodhu Sundori "Ei To Jibon Jak Na Jedike"
Bolo Na Tumi Aamar "Hate You" Yuvan Shankar Raja, Jeet Gannguli (Arranger) Monali Thakur
2015 Coke Studio@MTV Season 4 Album I Wanna Fly Anupam Roy Sharmilee Supriyo
2015 Coke Studio@MTV Season 4 Album Moner Manush Lalon Fakir, Anupam Roy Satyaki Banerjee, Anupam Roy
2016 Jodi Jantem Album Jodi Jantem Durbadal Chatterjee
2016 Kotobaro Bhebechinu Album Kotobaro Bhebechinu Violin Brothers
2016 Mone Robe Album Mone Robe Atanu Sen Alka Yagnik
2017 Bengali Puja Song Aaye Phirey Aaye Jeet Gannguli
2018 Kishore Kumar Junior Sedino Akashe Chilo Kato Tara Indraadip Dasgupta
2019 BJP Theme Song Ei Trinamool R Na
2019 Gotro Mashima Hitler Anindya Chatterjee
2019 Gumnaami Subh Sukh Chain Ram Singh Thakuri

Kannada songsEdit

Year Film Songs Composers Lyrics Co-Singers
2002 Ninagoskara Prema Lokadinda" L. N. Shastri K. Kalyan Mahalakshmi Iyer

Odia songsEdit

Supriyo sang Phaguna re Phaguna in Mohammad Mohsin's movie Santana which made him a household name in Odisha.[citation needed] Subsequently he sang many songs in Odia.

Year Film Songs Composers Director Co-Singers
2002 Santana Phaguna Re Phaguna Mohammad Mohsin
2006 Rakhi Bandhili Mo Rakhiba Mana Malay Misra
2007 To Bina Mo Kahani Adha Kholide Tora Gabhaa Santiraj Khosla
Sabuthu Alagaa Aama Prema
2010 Diwana Malay Misra
2011 Balunga Toka Abhijit Mazumdar
2013 Paribeni Kehi Alaga Kari

Marathi songsEdit

Year Film Songs Composers Lyrics Co-Singers
2018 Patil "Dhin Tak Dhin" Anand–Milind Sameer Shreya Ghoshal

Awards and honoursEdit


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for Asansol

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