Shreya Ghoshal Height, Weight & Filmography

Shreya Ghoshal Height, Weight & Filmography

  • Name: Shreya Ghoshal
  • Date of Birth: 12 March 1984. Age (as in 2017 33 Years)
  • Place of Birth: Berhampore, West Bengal, Indian.
  • Education: Graduation in Arts with English in major
  • Height: 5’3″
  • Weight: In Kilograms 76kg, In pounds 168 lbs
  • Famous As: Singer, Composer, And Actor
  • Genres: Classical Singing, Semi-Classical Singing, Playback Singing
  • Acclaim: Playback Singer


Shreya Ghoshal is an Indian playback singer who is increasingly popular in the Hindi film industry. She sings in Telugu, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Canadian, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Rice, Punjabi and Tamil Movies. She has received several awards, including four awards from seven domestic films Filmfare South. She first sang for the movie “Devdas”, thus winning the National Film Award for Best Vocal Female Filmfare Award Best Songwriter and Breach Filmfare Burman’s RD Award for New Music Talent. They also featured three times on Forbes’ list of 100 Indian celebrities.

The melodious voice of Shreya’s rich sound quality and have an enchanting effect for all music lovers. Shreya Ghoshal is far away with his human emotions interpretations in his poems that have won millions of people in India and abroad.


Her Early Life

Although  Shreya Ghoshal was born in Behrampore in West Bengal, she spent early years in Rawatbhata, a small village near Kota in Rajasthan, as his father was released. In four years, he began to learn Bengali songs mother to repeat the song plays harmonium in the cultural activities of the local club. Execution of the first phase of Shreya’s annual function club. At age 6, he began training in Hindustani classical music get. He learned Hindustani classical music in Kota Sharmaji Sri Rakesh Bhatnagar Jayawardhana and music teacher at his school, and later Mahesh Chandra Sharmaji Kota. His first songs Hindi songs and popular wine with exposure to music school teachers. Rajasthani After moving to Mumbai in 1997, learned classical music mukta Bhideji. she received training in playback singing from Padmashree late Kalyanji Bhai.


Entry Into Bollywood

Her first studio albums like Bendhecci Beena (1998), Ekti Kotha (1999) and Bonomali Re (2002) in Bengali received some acclaim. Soon, director Sanjay Lal Bhansali gave Shreya her first break. According to Bhansali, his mother who was watching Sa Re Ga Ma, called him to watch Shreya’s performance where upon he immediately realized that Shreya’s voice had the innocence required for the portrayal of Paro in the film Devdas. Bhansali and music director Ismail Darbar offered Shreya to be the voice of Paro (portrayed by Aiswarya Rai) in the year 2000. All her five songs Silsila Ye Chaahat Ka (solo), Bairi Piya (with Udit Narayan), Chalak Chalak (with Udit Narayan and Vinod Rathod), Morey Piya (with Jaspinder Narula), and Dola Re Dola (with Kavita Krishnamurthy and KK)3 were well received. BairiPiya was an instant success and topped the charts and Shreya recollects,“I remember I was asked to rehearse the song once before finally recording it. I simply closed my eyes and sang without a break. When I opened my eyes, I noticed a lot of excitement and chaos outside the recording room. Then Sanjayji told me I had sung the songs so well, that they had recorded it at one go.” As she was also studying for her Higher Secondary examinations during that time, she would often take her school books and notepads to the studio to study during the breaks. The film Devdas helped Shreya earn her fame. Her song Dola Re won a Filmfare, IIFA, and a Zee Cine Award for the Best Playback Singer. She also won a National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for Bairi Piya. For her performance, she was bestowed with the RD Burman Award for New Music Talent. By 2003, she had begun singing in many big movies like Munna Bhai MBBS, Tujhe Meri Kasam, Saaya, Armaan, Xcuse Me, Out of Control, Jism and LOC Kargil. Her song Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai won her a Filmfare Award, an IIFA Award and a Screen Award for Best Female Playback Singer in 2004. This song was also nominated for a Zee Cine Award for Best Playback Singer. Some of her memorable songs in this period remain Silsila Ye Chahat Ka from Devdas and Aye Meri Zindagi from Saaya.



Getting Award for TVS SaReGaMa 200th Episode

Winning the National Award

Her First Successes

Her first success came in 1995 when she won the All India Light Vocal Music Competition organized by the Sangam Kala Group. Eminent musicians like Kalyanji – Anandji, and Pandits Rajan and Sajan Mishra, judged her during the various stages of the competition. Soon after, came her first TV performance called “Awaz Nayi, Andaz Wohi” on EL TV, which was also her first studio recording. By 1996, she won the 75th Children’s Special episode of Sa Re Ga Ma (now known as Sare Ga Ma Pa) contest on Zee TV. She won it again in the 200th episode held in January 1999. Regarding her participation in the contest Shreya says, “Sa Re Ga Ma, a popular Indian television show at the time, was on the lookout for talented singers. I grabbed the opportunity and mailed my songs in a cassette. Within days, I was called to audition.” The late Kalayanji convinced Shreya’s father to move to Mumbai saying he must do so if he wanted to see his daughter’s success in Bollywood, following which, her father requested a transfer to Mumbai. Shreya trained in playback singing with Kalayanji for 18 months. She then went on to record her first song as a professional singer in Marathi with the cover version of Ganraya Rangi Natchato, originally sung by Lata Mangeshkar.


Upcoming Project:

Upcoming Projects of Shreya

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This is the one of the upcoming project of latest song by Shreya Ghoshal 2017 best song – Unreleased

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