Sagarika (born Sagarika Mukherjee; 4 September 1970; also known as Saag in nickname) is an Indian singer and actress. She sings mainly in Hindi, Assamese and Bengali language songs but has also sung in Tamil and Telegu languages. She is the daughter of singer and composer Manas Mukherjee and granddaughter of lyricist Jahar Mukherjee. Her brother Shantanu Mukherjee is also a singer and actor.[1]

Sagarika
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Sagarika in 2013
Born
Sagarika Mukherjee

(1970-09-04) 4 September 1970 (age 51)
Other namesSaag (Nickname)
Sagarika Mukherjee Da Costa
Sagarika Da Costa
Alma materJai Hind College, Mumbai
OccupationSinger
Actress
Restaurateur
Years active1979–present
Spouse(s)
Martin Da Costa
(m. 2002)
Children2
Parent(s)Manas Mukherjee
Sonali Mukherjee
RelativesShantanu Mukherjee (Brother)
Musical career
Genres
InstrumentsVocals
Labels

Before going solo, she was half of a popular Indian duo with her brother with whom she released albums such as Q-Funk, Roop Inka Mastana and Naujawan. Apart from singing and acting in movies and albums, she is also a restaurateur.[2]

Early lifeEdit

Sagarika Mukherjee was born on 4 September 1970 in Guwahati, Assam, India, but originally belongs from Kolkata metrocity of West Bengal in a Bengali Brahmin family. In 1973, she moved to Bombay, Maharashtra (now in Mumbai) with her family. When she was 16, her father died in 1986.[3] Then, her mother became a singer and took charge of the entire family.[4][5]

CareerEdit

Early singingEdit

Sagarika made her debut as a child playback singer in the Bollywood film Shaayad in 1979[6] and in the Bengali film Agnishuddi in 1984. Later, she sang several Bollywood film songs.

In 1998, She released her first album Maa after going solo.[7][8] Then in 2001, her second album Mere Liye was released along with her brother Shaan and co-singers Zubeen Garg and Suchitra Pillai and also was her first music composer of all songs in the album.[9][10] Later in 2006, Her third album It’s All About Love was released by Universal Distribution.[11] She collaborated with Pakistani band Strings on the song "Pal". It is featured in the band's fourth album Dhaani.[12][13]

In 1998, She made her debuted in Assamese Music Industry as an adult playback singer with her first Assamese Song in the film Joubone Amoni Kore, however the film did not featured and was only used as 'Bonus Track' which was only appears on Audio CD.[14][15] Then, in the next year, she sang two songs in the Asaamese film Morom Nodir Gabhoru Gaat which was her first song as an adult playback singer and considered to be her debut. Later, she sang few Assamese albums and films songs like Pansoi, Megha, Meghor Boron, Maharathi, Jon Jwole Kopalot, Bishforan, Garam Botaah, Aei Morom Tumar Babe, Nayak, Jonaki Mon etc.

Acting careerEdit

Along with singing, Sagarika acted her first Bengali-language film "Shyam Saheb" in 1986. Later, she acted few Bollywood and regional films as well as guest appearances in regional films such as Biyer Phool (1996), Prem Aru Prem (2002), Jonaki Mon (2002), two Assamese film and Inteqam: The Perfect Game (2004). She did not appear in any film in 2005 or 2006. Her only film in 2007 was Kalishankar (2007), a Bengali film (opposite Prosenjit Chatterjee and Swastika Mukherjee). In the same year, she initially made a supporting role in the Bollywood film Life in a Metro, however, her scene was cut during the editing process.

Personal lifeEdit

Sagarika married UK-Italian businessman, entrepreneur and event manager Martin Da Costa on 4 February 2002 [16] and she is currently lives in Rome, Italy since 2015. They have two sons, Joshua Da Costa and Michel Da Costa.

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Year Album details Language
1998 Maa Hindi
2001 Mere Liye
2004 Tumar Akash Bengali
2006 It's All About Love Hindi

Remix albumsEdit

Year Album details Language
1995 Oorja Hindi
Roop Inka Mastana
1997 Club Class

Compilation albumsEdit

Year Album details Language
1996 Channel Hits Hindi
1997 Party Zone
1998 The Ultimate Party Album
2000 Best of Zubeen Vol 6 Assamese
2001 32 Smash Hits Hindi
Santiago Fiesta Latina: Bollywood Goes Latino
(Vol I, II and III)
2002 Hitz Unlimited [17][18]

Other albumsEdit

Year Album details Language
1998 Pansoi
(As a singer)
Assamese
1999 Megha (As a singer)
Meghor Boron (As a singer)
2000 Sparsh[19]
(As a singer and songwriter)
Hindi
2001 Mayabini
(As a singer)
Assamese
Nupur
(As a singer and songwriter)
Hindi
2002 Bhool Ja And Other Hits
(As a singer)

Film songsEdit

Year Film

Song

Languages Music Director(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s) Notes Ref.
1979 Shaayad "Khushboo Hoon Main" Hindi Manas Mukherjee Unknown Mohammed Rafi Very First Song was recorded as a child artist
1998 Joubone Amoni Kore "Ulomi Thakute" (Version 2) Assamese Bhupen Uzir Hemanta Dutta Solo Her First Assamese Song recorded however, it did not featured in the film and is only available as 'Bonus Track'
Version 1 is also available as option sang by Shanta Uzir.
1999 Morom Nadir Gabhoru Gaat "Tumar Gaon Khoni Dhuniya" Atul Medhi Unknown Solo First Assamese Song as an adult playback singer
"Bukure Bhaxa Mur" (Version 2) Shaan In this song, Version 2 was sung by Shaan and Sagarika while Version 1 was sung by Zubeen Garg and Mahalakshmi Iyer. [20][21]
Maharathi "Oi Mur Axomor Prothom" Manash Hazarika Zubeen Garg, Zublee Baruah
"Hun Nalage Rup Nalage" (Female Version) Solo Male Version is also available as option sung by Zubeen Garg. [22]
Bhopal Express "Hum Kaise Log Hai" Hindi Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy Sagarika Solo
2000 Hiya Diya Niya Assamese Untitled Hidden Track (Background Score) Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Shaan, Zubeen Garg Only available on Audio CD as "Hidden Track" following five minutes of silences after the end of final listed track "Mitha Mitha". It is not mentioned on the back cover.
Tarkieb "Dil Mera Tarse" Hindi Aadesh Shrivastava Unknown Shaan
Nidaan "Waqt Ki Keemat" Rahul Ranande Gautam Joglekar Nandu Bhenade
"Aaja Re Chanda" (Female) Solo
Jon Jole Kopalot "Hojao Geetare Godhuli" Assamese Jayanta Das Zubeen Garg, Mrinalkanti Medhi Shaan, Babul Supriyo, Mahalakshmi Iyer [23]
"Duru Duru Kope" Rubul Bora Shaan [24][25]
Bhumiputra "Nikha Nahe Tupane" Rubul Bora Nirmali Das [26]
Jogantoror Tezal Pua "Bujilu Nubujila Urvashi" Debajit Chaudhary Unknown Ritu Bikash, Debajit Chaudhary, Aparna Dutta Chaudhary, Shanta Uzir [27]
2001 Anya Ek Jatra "Kaale Karhi Nile Sonali Sapun" (Female Version) Rishi Raj Duarah Dilip Bora Shaan, Zubeen Garg Female Version Only; Male Version is also available as option. [28][29]
Garam Botah "Tenekoi Nesaba" Jatin Sharma Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg, Bhitali Das Also appears in Assamese Film "Aei Morom Tumar Babe" as CD Bonus Track and in Assamese Album "Mayabini". [30]
Aei Morom Tumar Babe "Nijanote Bukur Tote" (Female Version) Bhupen Uzir Unknown Solo Male Version is also available as option which was sung by her brother. [31]
"Jonake Uposa" Hemanta Dutta Shaan [32]
"Rati Ene Rati" Zubeen Garg Solo Bonus Track only, not used in the film. [33]
Untitled Song (Background Score) Unknown Shaan Only appears as "Hidden track" after the end of final listed track.
Nayak "Mon Ghonot" Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Shaan, Zubeen Garg, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Pamela Jain [34][35]
2002 Eman Morom Kiyo Lage "Ture Sobi" Manoj Sharma Zubeen Garg, Shaan Backing Vocalist
Danger "Na Koi Rah Hai" Hindi Prasad Sashte Shailendra Kumar Nisha, Caralisa Monteiro
"Main Hoon Danger" Whosane
"Danger Ek Kharatnak Khel"
Prem Aru Prem "Sokuwe Sokuwe Sinaki" Assamese Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg, Jonkey Borthakur, Mahalakshmi Iyer
Jonaki Mon "Phule Phule Aji Huoni" Shaan, Zubeen Garg, Arnab, Pamela Jain [36][37]
Priya O Priya "Bohag Mahot Gosor Dalot" Manas Robin Manas Robin Zubeen Garg, Kumar Bhabesh, Dilip Fernandez Background Humming, It is also known as "Assamese 12 Months Song" [38]
2004 Ishq Hai Tumse "Humko Chahiye" Hindi Himesh Reshammiya Sameer Shaan
Shudhu Tumi "Gun Gun Gunjare" Bengali Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Shreya Ghoshal
2005 Page 3 "Yahaan Zindagi" Hindi Samir Tandon Sandeep Nath Shaan, Shabab Samir
2006 Priyotoma "Ek Kemon Chhelebela" Bengali Jeet Ganguly Unknown Solo
"Ei Pathe Saath Chalo Na" Shaan, Shreya Ghoshal
Snehabandhan "Rod Pore Sutalot" (Female Version) Assamese Nanda Banerjee Unknown Solo Female Version Only; Appears at the end credits of the film. [39]
Untitled Assamese Hidden Song (Background Score) Shaan Only Available as "hidden track" and is not mentioned on the back cover. They are no musical instruments but only has background score in which both the vocals were sung together. (Only available on Audio CD)
Aami Asomiya "Oi Moke Nai Lage Re" (Version 2) Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Shaan Baganiya Song Only;
Only Available on Audio CD;
Version 1 is also available as option;
Shaan and Sagarika were the last song to be recorded before ended their Brother-Sister Duo Songs and she leaves India and moved to Rome, Italy.
[40]
2011 Hayi Haayiga "Vollantha Okate" Telegu John Christopher Unknown Solo

Non-film songsEdit

Year Album

Song

Languages Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s) Notes Ref.
1995 Oorja Q-Funk Hindi Phill and Jerry Shweta Shetty, Stylebhai, Shaan, Babul Supriyo, Alisha Chinai, Shweta Mohan Solo
Swing B Shweta Shetty, Pradeep Roy
Memory Lane Sujatha Mohan
Roop Inka Mastana Roop Tera Mastana Hindi Unknown Unknown Shaan, Stylebhai
Pholoon Ka Taroon Ka Solo
Naina Barse
1996 Naujawan Aisa Hota Hai Hindi Biddu Raajesh Johri Shaan Reused in Tamil Song called "Paarthal Kanngal". [41][42][43]
Disco Deewane Anwar Khalid Solo Remastered Version which was originally sang by Pakistani Singer Nazia Hasan.
Also Reused in Tamil Song called "Paara Ushar".
[44][45][46]
Naujawan (Title Song) Raajesh Johri Shaan
Jhoomi Jani Solo
Armaan Dil Ke
Jaane Kahan Hai Bonus Track only
1997 Love-Ology Love-Ology Hindi Ram Sampath Unknown Shaan
"Just baby with Just Good Friend" Manohar Iyer Shaan, Hema Sardesai
A Reason To Smile Fifty Fifty Hindi Raju Singh Arun Raj Shaan
1998 Pansoi "Door Duronire Mon Junaki Mon" Assamese Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Background Humming;
Also appears in 2002 Assamese film "Jonaki Mon";
Also used in Hindi Version called "Door Yaha Se Door".
[47][48][49]
"Sokulore Bhora Nikhati"
"Duru Duru Kope, Mon Bur Kope" Solo
Maa "Dhup Mein Chaya Jaise" Hindi Salim–Sulaiman Unknown Solo First Solo Album Released
Other 5 Unknown Hindi Songs (not currently available on YouTube, JioSaavn, Spotify etc.)
1999 Megha "Mon Uroniya" Assamese Dhrubajyoti Phukan Zubeen Garg Solo [50]
Meghor Boron "Jodihe Jun Tora Nethake" (Version 2) Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Only available as "Hidden Track" and it is not mentioned on the tracklist. It is still listen on Audio CD.
Version 1 is also available as option sung by Zubeen Garg and Mahalakshmi Iyer.
[51][52][53]
"Purnima Jun Tumi" Zubeen Garg, Udit Narayan, Mahalakshmi Iyer
2000 Sparsh "Naam Apna Likh Gaya Hai" Hindi Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Background Humming [54][55]
"Kya Hone Laga Mujhe" Zubeen Garg, Mahalaxmi Iyer Also appears in her album Mere Liye and Zubeen's album Nupur. [56]
2001 Mere Liye "Mere Liye" (Title Song) Sagarika Sagarika Solo
Nupur "Kaisa Dhuan Uth Raha Hai" Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg Zubeen Garg, Anindita Paul [57][58][59]
Gori Teri Aankhen... "Chali Chali Man Chali" Lucky Ali Aslam Lucky Ali, Binjo Background Humming
2002 Indradhanu "Mur Jibonor Akashote" Assamese Bijoy Talukdar Bishnu Prasad Rabha Zubeen Garg Background Humming; Original Version Only [60]
Bhool Ja and Other Hits Untitled Hidden Song Hindi Sagarika Shaan Solo Only appears on Audio CD as hidden track and not mention on the tracklist.
2003 Dhaani "Pal" Urdu Bilal Maqsood Anwar Maqsood Strings
2004 Tumar Akash "Kopal Thakay" Bengali Shaan Manas Mukherjee Solo
"Bujhi Sob" Sagarika

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released
Denotes films that was never released
Year Film(s) Language Role
1986 Shyam Saheb Bengali
1996 Biyer Phool
1999 Morom Nodir Gabhoru Gaat Assamese Special appearances
2000 Tarkieb Hindi
2001 Mone Bisare Tumak Assamese
2002 Prem Aru Prem
Jonaki Mon
2004 Inteqam: The Perfect Game Hindi
2005 Page 3 Hindi Special appearances
Unseen footage
2007 Kalishankar Bengali Tithi
2007 Life in a Metro Hindi Supporting role; Unseen footage

Music videosEdit

Year Title Role Singer(s) Album Notes Ref
1999 "Tanha Dil Tanha Safar" Herself Shaan Tanha Dil Special appearance
Also appears in the film 99.9FM
[61]
2001 "Kaisa Dhuan Uth Raha Hai" Herself Anindita Paul Nupur [62]

As a composerEdit

Year Album Language Notes
2000 Sparsh Hindi First Music Composer debuts with 2 songs but rest of all songs were composed by Zubeen Garg
2001 Mere Liye Hindi
2004 Tumar Akash Bengali
2006 It's All About Love Hindi

As a songwriterEdit

Year Album Notes
1996 Channel Hits
1997 Party Zone
A reason to smile
1998 The Ultimate Party Album
2000 Sparsh
2001 Mere Liye
Nupur
2002 Hitz Unlimited
2006 It's All About Love

Awards and nominationsEdit

Sagarika with her brother and co-artists won the Best Remix Song for "Q-Funk" in MTV Awards in 1996 [63] and this song was also received two nominations from Best Music Video by Screen Awards and Best Indian Pop Song by Channel V Asia Music Awards in the same year. In the next year, She also won the best Indian pop artist for "Aisa Hota Hai" by Screen Awards in 1997. In the same year, Sagarika also received two nominations as Best Female Pop Artist for the song "Disco Deewane" and for the song "Dhoop Mein Chaya Jaise" by Channel V Asia Music Awards in 1999. Twenty years later, She was awarded as "You Shine Ingenuity" by Aparajita Awards in 2019 but does not included any song. Following are the list of awards and nominations in different categories.

Year Category Song Result
Screen Awards
1996 Best Music Video "Q-Funk" Nominated
1997 Best Indian Pop Artists "Aisa Hota Hai" Won
Channel V Asia Music Awards
1996 Best Indian Pop Songs "Q-Funk" Nominated
1997 Best Female Pop Artist "Disco Deewane" Nominated
1999 "Dhoop Mein Chaya Jaise" Nominated
MTV Awards
1996 Best Remix Song "Q-Funk" Won
MTV Asia Music Awards
2002 Best Favorite Artist in India Nominated
Aparjita Awards
2019 You Shine Ingenuity Won

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