Mitali Mukherjee

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Mitali Mukherjee (Bengali: মিতালী মুখার্জী) is a Bangladeshi classical and playback singer. She received the National Film Award of Bangladesh in 1982 for the song Ei Dunia Ekhon To Ar for the film Dui Poishar Alta.[1][2]

Mitali Mukherjee
মিতালী মুখার্জী
Mitali Singh rehearses for their upcoming music album Aksar (3).jpg
Background information
BornMymensingh, Bangladesh
Genresmodern, classical, playback
Occupation(s)singer
Instrumentsvocal
Years active1978 - present

Early life and educationEdit

Mukherjee was born in Mymensingh to her parents Amulya Kumar Mukherjee and Kalyani Mukherjee.[3] She began her formal training in classical music under Pt. Mithun Dey. She studied music at Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.[1]

CareerEdit

Mukherjee's first album "Saahil" was released by HMV. She collaborated with lyricist Gulzar for her album "Chand Parosa Hai".[1] She has sung in several languages, including Punjabi, Gujarati and Tamil.[1]

Mukherjee served as the judge of the television shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Shera Kontho.[2]

AwardsEdit

  • "Gaan-e Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona" by Citi Bank (2015)[4]

Personal lifeEdit

Mukherjee is married to Ghazal singer Bhupinder Singh since 1983.[1] She resides in Mumbai.[1] Her siblings include Pradip Mukherjee and Deepak Mukherjee (d. 1988).[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f Zahangir Alom (October 30, 2015). "Whenever I visit Bangladesh, I don't feel like leaving - Mitali Mukherjee". The Daily Star. Retrieved October 30, 2015.
  2. ^ a b c Joana Nomrata Mazumder (2018-10-27). "The Flamboyant Songbird Speaks". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2018-10-26.
  3. ^ Syeda Shamin Mortada (April 24, 2009). "Out of sight at times, but never out of mind". The Daily Star. Retrieved Oct 29, 2015.
  4. ^ Zahangir Alom (Oct 12, 2015). "Citi Bank honours Mitali Mukherjee". The Daily Star. Retrieved Oct 30, 2015.