Sumedha Karmahe

Sumedha Karmahe is an Indian vocalist and performing artist. She has performed in different television shows like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007, Ek Se Badhkar Ek, Dulhan, Maayeka, Ranbir Rano, Saregamapa 2009, Saregamapa Mega Challenge[1] on Zee TV, IPL Rockstars[2] on Colors, The Jam Room on Sony Mix. Her first released playback was in a Santosh Sivan film named Tahaan. She has done playbacks in 5 different languages. Till date she has 3 singles - Bawre Nain, Yaadein, Darmiyaan to her credit. Recently she has given her voice for songs like Toota Jo kabhi Taara along with Atif Aslam for the movie A Flying Jatt, Tum Tum Tum Ho along with Arijit Singh for the movie Fuddu. Her latest hit is Nazm Nazm from the album Bareilly Ki Barfi. She is from Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh.

Hindi single song discographyEdit

Year Songs Co-Singer(s) Movie/Album
2007 Teeno Lok Me Pooja Jaye Asha Bhosle, Mauli Dave, Rishi, Junaid Sheikh Bal Ganesh
2008 Hathi Re Shokti Bal Ganesh Bengali
2008 Aili Nanadiya Hamaar Laxmi Aisan Dulhin Hamaar
2008 Kehva Ke Sugna Suresh Wadkar Laxmi Aisan Dulhin Hamaar
2008 Chakhri (Modern) Tahaan
2009 Tere Bin Raja Hasan, Bappi Lahiri Teree Sang
2011 Main Ho Radha Main Mahtari
2011 Saiyaan Jo Dil La Mahtari
2013 Bawre Nain Hindi Video Song
2013 Yaadein Hindi Video Song
2014 Ruthana Hai Agar Meri Jaane Jigar Javed Ali Guardians (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
2014 Ek Chand Badalon Mein Udit Narayan Guardians (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
2016 Toota Jo Kabhi Tara Atif Aslam A Flying Jatt
Toota Jo Kabhi Taara - Female Version
2016 Jaane Jaan Dhoondta Abhijeet Sawant The Unwind Mix
2016 Tum Tum Tum Ho Punjabi Version Arijit Singh, Yasser Desai Fuddu
2016 Aa Seetha Devainaa Shriya Krishnagadi Veera Prema Gaadha
2017 Nazm Nazm (Female Version) Bareilly Ki Barfi
2017 Aap Jaisa Koi Bollywood Retro Love
2017 Har Kisiko Nahin Milta The Unwind Mix
2017 Dopahriyaan Salman Shaikh Zee Music Company
2017 Darmiyaan Yasser Desai Hindi Video Song
2017 Saahilon Pe Rain
2018 Raasleela 3 Storeys
Happy Ending Song Taaruk Raina High Jack

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Zee TV".
  2. ^ "Times Of India".