Dhvani Bhanushali

Dhvani Bhanushali (born 22 March 1998)[2] is an Indian pop singer. Born in Mumbai, she gained popularity with her single Vaaste in 2019 which has crossed 1.4 billion views on YouTube, making her the youngest Indian pop star to have the fastest 1 billion views on YouTube.[3] She started her music career in 2017 by singing acoustic version song Humsafar from Badrinath Ki Dulhania. Her first song in the film was Ishtehaar from the film Welcome To New York, released in 2018. In the same year she starred in the music video "Ishare Tere" with Guru Randhawa and "Dilbar" From Satyameva Jayate which was an instant hit.

Dhvani Bhanushali
Bhanushali at the launch of 'Leja Re' in 2018
Bhanushali at the launch of 'Leja Re' in 2018
Background information
Born (1998-03-22) 22 March 1998 (age 24)[1][2]
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Years active2018–present
LabelsT-Series, Hitz Music

Early life and careerEdit

Dhvani was born in Mumbai to father Vinod Bhanushali, who was the President of Global Marketing and Media Publishing for T-Series for 27 years until he quit the company in August 2021 to start his own venture Bhanushali Studios Limited[4] and mother Rinku Bhanushali in a Hindu Kutchi family. She has a younger sister named Diya Bhanushali.[5]

Dhvani, who made her debut with the songs "Humsafar Acoustic" from Badrinath Ki Dulhania, "Tere Mere Reprise" from Chef, "Veere" from Veere Di Wedding and "Ishtehaar" from the film Welcome To New York, later worked with Neha Kakkar on the song "Dilbar" and Guru Randhawa on the song "Ishare Tere".[6][7] Her debut song was "Ishtehaar" from the film Welcome To New York, in which she sang with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Her song, "Dilbar", was the first Hindi language song to enter the Billboard Top Ten.[6] She has released a carpool mashup of "Gulabi Aankhen" and "Shape of You".[8] She has released the singles "Leja Re" and "Main Teri Hoon".[9] She has sung "Duniya" from the movie Luka Chuppi along with Akhil. She has also sung the song "Laila" for the film Notebook. Her super hit single "Vaaste" along with Nikhil D'Souza, starring herself and Siddharth Gupta, gained 2 billion views and counting in June 2020 making her the fastest and youngest star to reach this mark. Next in cue was "Dariyaganj" along with Arijit Singh from the film Jai Mummy Di. She then sang "Nachi Nachi" from the movie Street Dancer 3D along with Neeti Mohan and Millind Gaba. She also sang "Jeetenge Hum" which was composed by DJ Chetas and Lijo George and penned by Manoj Muntashir and "Gallan Goriyan" composed by Taz and written by Kumaar during the Coronavirus lockdown in India. Later on, she sang "Baby Girl" along with Guru Randhawa which is composed and written by him too. The last song sung by her in 2020 is "Nayan" with Jubin Nautiyal which is composed by DJ Chetas and Lijo George and written by Manoj Muntashir. She released her new single "Radha" on her 23rd birthday. She also released a Gujarati song on the occasion of Navaratri 2021 Mehendi with 65 million views on her channel. Her Mera Yaar was released on 1 December 2021 with more than 50 million views. Her latest song, 'Candy' with Yuvan Shankar Raja released on Hitz Music's official YouTube channel.

On working with Tanishk Bagchi, she commented that he is her mentor. She said, "He has guided me really well. My career is mostly made because of him."[10]

She graduated from the University of Mumbai with Bachelor of Commerce in September 2019. She also has done a BME (Business Management & Entrepreneurship) from the Indian School of Management & Entrepreneurship, Mumbai.[11]


Denotes films that have not yet been released

Film songsEdit

Year Title Film Co-singer(s) Composer(s) Lyricist(s) Label Notes Language
2018 Ishtehaar Welcome to New York Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Shamir Tandon Charanjeet Charan Pooja Music/Sony Music India Hindi
Smiley Boman Irani Kumaar, Varun Likhate
Veere Veere Di Wedding Vishal Mishra, Aditi Singh Sharma, Payal Dev, Nikita Ahuja, Iulia Vântur, Sharvi Yadav Vishal Mishra Anvita Dutt Zee Music Company
Dilbar Satyameva Jayate Neha Kakkar, Ikka Singh Tanishk Bagchi Shabbir Ahmed, Ikka T-Series
2019 Duniyaa Luka Chuppi Akhil Abhijit Vaghani Kunaal Vermaa [12]
Laila Notebook Vishal Mishra Abhendra Upadhyay & Vishal Mishra [13]
Mukhda Vekh Ke De De Pyaar De Mika Singh Manj Musik Kumaar
Rula Diya Batla House Ankit Tiwari Prince Dubey
Gallan Goriyan Taz Kumaar, Taz Released in 2020
Bekhayali Acoustic Kabir Singh Sachet–Parampara Irshad Kamil
Koka Khandaani Shafakhana Jasbir Jassi, Badshah Tanishk Bagchi Tanishk Bagchi & Mellow D
Psycho Saiyaan Saaho Sachet Tandon, Tanishk Bagchi Tanishk Bagchi [14]
Psycho Saiyaan (Telugu) Anirudh Ravichandar, Tanishk Bagchi Sreejo Telugu Debut Telugu
Kadhal Psycho Madhan Karky Tamil Debut Tamil
Psycho Saiyaan (Malayalam) Yazin Nizar, Tanishk Bagchi Vinayak Sasikumar Malayalam Debut Malayalam
Aagaz Cypher Jubin Nautiyal Bharat Kamal Sagar Pathak Hindi
Dhooram Adithya Varma Radhan Vivega Aditya Music Tamil
Tum Hi Aana (Duet Version) Marjaavaan Jubin Nautiyal Payal Dev Kunaal Vermaa T-Series Hindi
Kinna Sona Meet Bros Kumaar
Sauda Khara Khara Good Newwz Diljit Dosanjh, Sukhbir DJ Chetas – Lijo George & Sukhbir Kumaar Zee Music Company
2020 Dariyaganj Jai Mummy Di Arijit Singh Amartya Bobo Rahut Siddhant Kaushal T-Series
Dariyaganj (Female Version)
Nachi Nachi Street Dancer 3D Neeti Mohan, Millind Gaba Sachin–Jigar Millind Gaba, Asli Gold
Racha Racha Ramajogayya Shastry Telugu
Aadu Aadu Veeramani Kannan, Tony J – Madras Macha Tamil
2022 Parda Daari Janhit Mein Jaari Javed Ali Prini Siddhant Madhav Sameer Anjaan Hitz Music Hindi
Uda Gulaal Ishq Wala Amit Gupta Amol-Abhishek Abhishek Talented
Current Laga Re Cirkus Nakash Aziz, Jonita Gandhi, Vivek Hariharan, Lijo George Lijo George-DJ Chetas Kumaar T-Series Hindi

Originals/Music VideosEdit

Year Title Co-singer(s) Composer(s) Lyricist(s) Label Notes
2018 Ishare Tere Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa T-Series [15][16]
Leja Re Solo Tanishk Bagchi Rashmi Virag Remake of "Leja Leja Re"[17][18]
2019 Main Teri Hoon Sachin–Jigar Priya Saraiya
Vaaste Nikhil D'Souza Tanishk Bagchi Arafat Mehmood Crossed 1 billion views on YouTube.[19]
2020 Na Ja Tu Shashwat Singh Tanishk Bagchi [20]
Jeetenge Hum Solo Lijo George-DJ Chetas Manoj Muntashir [21]
Gallan Goriyan Taz Taz Kumaar, Taz [22]
Baby Girl Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa [23]
Nayan Jubin Nautiyal Lijo George-DJ Chetas Manoj Muntashir [24]
2021 Radha Solo Abhijit Vaghani Kunaal Vermaa [25]
Tumse Milna/Is Kadar Guru Randhawa Abhijit Vaghani/Himesh Reshammiya/Sajid-Wajid Faaiz Anwar/Sameer [26]
Mehendi Vishal Dadlani Lijo George-DJ Chetas Priya Saraiya Hitz Music [27]
Mera Yaar Ash King Herself Herself, Shloke Lal [28]
2022 Candy Solo Yuvan Shankar Raja Arivu U1 Records & Hitz Music Tamil[29]
Kunaal Vermaa Hindi[30]
Dynamite Gourav Dasgupta Kunwar Juneja Hitz Music Punjabi
Aadi Aadi Mellow D Mellow D Mellow D Hindi
Hona Mere Solo Abhijit Vaghani & Herself Rashmi Virag Hindi
Ek Tarfa Gaurav Chatterji Sandeep Gaur Hindi
Badhaiyaan J2 Vivaswan, Happy Singh, Herself Hindi
Oda Vyah Jashan Singh Jashan Singh Ardaas Hindi
Kudi Meri Yash Narvekar Lijo George-DJ Chetas Kumaar Hindi
2023 Preet (from album 'Lagan') Abhijit Vaghani and Herself Shloke Lal Hitz Music Hindi[31]


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