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.
|Genres||modern, classical, playback|
|Years active||1978 - present|
Early life and educationEdit
Mukherjee was born in Mymensingh to her parents Amulya Kumar Mukherjee and Kalyani Mukherjee. She began her formal training in classical music under Pt. Mithun Dey. She studied music at Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.
Mukherjee's first album "Saahil" was released by HMV. She collaborated with lyricist Gulzar for her album "Chand Parosa Hai". She has sung in several languages, including Punjabi, Gujarati and Tamil.
Mukherjee served as the judge of the television shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Shera Kontho.
- "Gaan-e Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona" by Citi Bank (2015)
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- Syeda Shamin Mortada (April 24, 2009). "Out of sight at times, but never out of mind". The Daily Star. Retrieved Oct 29, 2015.
- Zahangir Alom (Oct 12, 2015). "Citi Bank honours Mitali Mukherjee". The Daily Star. Retrieved Oct 30, 2015.