Neha Bhasin

Neha Bhasin (born 18 November 1982) is an Indian singer and songwriter. Known for her musical contribution as a vocalist in Bollywood, Tamil, Telugu film industry and Independent music in the genre of Indian pop and Punjabi folk music. She is the recipient of two Filmfare Awards besides many other awards, accolades and multiple nominations.

Neha Bhasin
Neha Bhasin 2019.jpg
Bhasin in 2019
Born (1982-11-18) 18 November 1982 (age 37)
OccupationSinger, songwriter
Years active2005–present
Spouse(s)Sameer Uddin
AwardsFull list

Early lifeEdit

Neha Bhasin was born in Delhi to Ashok Bhasin and Rekha Bhasin. She went to Frank Anthony Public School and won her first singing competition singing Mariah Carey's song Hero at the age of 9. Since childhood she aspired to become a popstar.[1] She joined Shiamak Davar's dance academy to learn various dance forms. She also took vocal classical training from Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.[2][3]

Neha became an over night sensation at age 18 when she was selected by Coke V popstars, a nation wide Talent search conducted by Channel V to be a part of the 5 girl pop group ' Viva '.


Personal lifeEdit

Neha Bhasin married Sameer Uddin, a music composer, in a western wedding in Tuscany, Italy on October 23, 2016.[4]

CareerEdit

Bhasin was attending Lady Sri Ram College when she auditioned for Coke [V] Popstars in 2002 and won the competition to form India's first all girls Viva (band) along with four other girls.

After the band broke up in 2004 Neha went on to sing for Bollywood films and Tamil film music Industry.

Her first breakthrough in Bollywood was the song 'kuch khass hai' in 2007 which also got Neha her first Filmfare nomination in 2008. Neha's debut Tamil song 'Pesugiren Pesugiren' composed by Yuvan shankar raja won Neha the Star vijay award for best playback singer in 2008.

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Song and Film Result
2007 Vijay TV Awards[5] Best Playback Singer – Female Pesugiren Pesugiren (Satham Podathey) – Tamil Won
2008 Filmfare Awards[6] Best Playback Singer – Female Kuch Khaas Hai (Fashion) Nominated
2009 Music Mirchi Awards South Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Atu Nuvve (Current) – Telugu Nominated
2011 Stardust Awards[7] Musical Sensation of the Year Dhunki (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan) Won
2011 Screen Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Dhunki (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan) Nominated
2011 Apsara Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Dhunki (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan) Nominated
2011 Zee Cine Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Dhunki (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan) Nominated
2011 People's Choice Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Dhunki (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan) Nominated
2011 Filmfare Awards South Best Playback Singer – Female Poraney Poraney (VAAGAI SOODA VA) – Tamil Nominated
2011 Filmfare Awards South Best Playback Singer – Female Hello Hello (Dhada) – Telugu Nominated
2011 Music Mirchi Awards South Best Playback Singer – Female Hello Hello (Dhada) – Telugu Nominated
2011 Mirchi Music Awards[8] Female Vocalist of The Year Dhunki (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan) Nominated
2014 Gama Tollywood Music Awards[9] Best Playback Singer – Female Aww Tuzo Mogh Kortha (1 Nenokkadine) – Telugu Won
2014 SIIMA Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Aww Tuzo Mogh Kortha (1 Nenokkadine) – Telugu Won
2016 Stardust Awards[10] Best Playback Singer – Female Jag Ghoomeya (Sultan) – Hindi Won
2016 Mirchi Music Awards[11] Female Vocalist of The Year Jag Ghoomeya (Sultan) – Hindi Nominated
2017 Filmfare Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Jag Ghoomeya (Sultan) – Hindi Won
2017 ZeeCine Awards Best Playback Singer – Female Jag Ghoomeya (Sultan) – Hindi Won
2017 Femina Women Awards Femina Women Jury Award in the Music and Performing Arts Jag Ghoomeya (Sultan) – Hindi Won
2018 Filmfare Awards Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu Swing Zara (Jai Lava Kusa) – Telugu Nominated
2018 Filmfare Awards Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer – Punjabi Paani Ravi Da (Lahoriye) – Punjabi Won

International collaborationsEdit

  • Neha collaborated with Malaysian Hip Hop star Emcee Jesz for the song "THANIYE". The song has over 300,000 views on YouTube alone. It was also nominated for "Best Collaboration" at the RADIO RAGA AWARDS in Malaysia (2008–09).[12]

TV and filmEdit

Film songsEdit

Year Song Album Language Composer Co-singer(s)
2005 "Bullet – Ek Dhamaka" Bullet: Ek Dhamaka Hindi Somesh Mathur
2006 "Ek Look Ek Look" Aryan Anand Raj Anand
2007 "I Wanna Rock Like Mummy Ji" Mummy Ji Aadesh Shrivastava
"Kudiye Pataka"
"Jashna Di Raat Ha"
"Pesugiren Pesugiren" Satham Podathey Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja
"Sei Yethaavathu" Billa
2008 "Hari Puttar" Hari Puttar Hindi Aadesh Shrivastava
"Kuchh Khaas Fashion Salim-Sulaiman Mohit Chauhan
"Kuch Khaas (Remix)"
2009 "Om Shanthi Om" Muthirai Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja
"Atu Nuvve Itu Nuvve" Current Telugu Devi Sri Prasad
"Yogi Yogi Thaan" Yogi Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja
"Nasha" Daddy Cool Hindi Gaurav Dayal
Kill Chabbra Raghav Sachar
"You and Me" Pyaar Impossible Salim-Sulaiman
2011 "Are Dhammare" Maharaja Tamil D. Imman
"Poraney Poraney" Vaagai Sooda Vaa M. Ghibran
"Dhunki" Mere Brother Ki Dulhan Hindi Sohail Sen
"Hello Hello" Dhada Telugu Devi Sri Prasad
"Niharika" Oosaravelli
"Dil Ki Hai Tamanna" Force Hindi Harris Jayaraj
2012 "Kaadhal Endhan Kaadhal" Moondru Per Moondru Kaadhal Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja
"Tha Tha Thamara" Nuvva Nena Telugu Bheems Ceciroleo
2014 "Aww Tuzo Mogh Korta" 1: Nenokkadine Devi Sri Prasad
"Asalaam-e-Ishqum" Gunday Hindi Sohail Sen Bappi Lahiri
2016 "Aakhein Milayenge Darr Se" Neerja Vishal Khurana
"Jag Ghoomeya" Sultan Vishal-Shekhar
2016 " Apple beauty" Janatha Garage Telugu Devi Sri Prasad
2017 "Paani Ravi Da" Lahoriye Punjabi Jatinder Shah
"Swing Zara" Jai Lava Kusa Telugu Devi Sri Prasad
"Swag Se Swagat" Tiger Zinda Hai Hindi Vishal-Shekhar Vishal Dadlani
"Dil Diyan Gallan" (Unplugged)"
2018 "Kaala Doreya" Kaalakaandi Sameer Uddin
"Shuru Kar" Aiyaary Rochak Kohli Amit Mishra
"Heeriye" Race 3 Meet Bros Deep Money
"Swag Saha Nahi Jaaye" Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi Sohail Sen Shahdab Faridi, Shivangi Bhanaya, Sohail Sen
2019 "Chashni"
(Female version)
Bharat Vishal-Shekhar

TelevisionEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  12. ^ "Thaniye".
  13. ^ "Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi Credits". Internet Movie Database.
  14. ^ "Neha Bhasin hosts Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Hungama on Zee Music". indiatoday.intoday.in.
  15. ^ "Song sung true". thehindu.com.
  16. ^ "Sitaron Ko Choona Hai". Archived from the original on 3 January 2015. Retrieved 4 April 2015.
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