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Vijayaa Shanker Hindi Actress

Vijayaa Shanker

Vijayaa Shanker is a versatile and a talented singer-composer. Before trying in Bollywood, she had the experience of working with the artists from the UK, US, and Denmark. She has even collaborated with Louis Banks for the 2010 cover of “Mile Sur Mera Tumhara.” She has even done a few voiceovers in animated films and sung some commercial jingles for Vicco Turmeric, Maaza, Maggi, Dalda, Amway and many others. Vijayaa comes from South India where, apparently, learning music is in the culture. But she already had the sense of music in herself. She was learning Carnatic music as a part of her culture. As she grew up, she started winning singing competitions in school and college. She was the lead singer of her theater society in her college days. And so, her interest in music gained enough to make a career out of it. Although at first, she was not sure if she would have a long journey in singing or composing. But then, she kept moving on and gained, even more, passion and interest in music. She then took the training in Hindustani Music and Opera. Opera taught her the essence of western vocal culture. Now her journey in Mumbai began. Her first professional job as a singer and writer and composer was with the animation series for kids. She then worked in the famous animated movie “Oh God Ganesh.” She also did the voiceover for the characters of ‘Mushak’ and ‘Ved Vyas.’ She then started to work with her brother on the religious album “Shiv Shloka.” Although, it was just meant to be distributed among the relatives, but eventually, it turned out to be nice. So, it was taken to Times Music; they liked it and was added to their catalog. Vijayaa wanted it to be global and not to be stuck with Carnatic or Hindustani music. Talking about her career in films, she has given her voice to a lot of songs in the South and has also composed a song for Kannada film. She has sung songs with many famous names like Leslie Lewis, Shankar Mahadevan, Hariharan, Kamal Haasan, Udit Narayan, Benny Dayal, Kailash Kher and even a song in Bangla with Shaan. But still, she has to achieve more in Bollywood.


Tanishk Bagchi

Tanishk Bagchi is an Indian music composer and singer. He is 5'-7" (170 cms) tall and weighs about 60kg (152 lbs). He has brown eyes and dark black hair. His hometown is Kolkata, West Bengal. He went to Scottish Church Collegiate School, Kolkata, India. As a child, he was never interested in music. His father Nandakumar Das learned guitar from various points. Then he came to Kolkata and met his mother, who used to play Hawaiian guitar. Tanishk believes that music brought his parents together. Tanishk’s father began his career with composer Salil Choudhury and further collaborated with famous celebrities like Satyajit Ray, R.D. Burman, and Illayraja. Tanishk made his debut stage performance with a guitar when he was only 8. He performed a RabindraSangeet composition which his mother taught him, and since that day he never looked back. His first breakthrough was through television reality shows and daily soaps like 'Dance India Dance' and 'ThapkiPyar Ki' where he used to produce and arrange music. His first project in Bollywood dates back to Khakee in which he co-programmed the song "AisaJaaduDaala Re." Tanishk with his lyricist-composer friend Vayu made a song called "OoparOopar" and uploaded it on YouTube. The song caught the attention of director Anand L Rai who liked the composition and asked the duo to compose a brand new song for his movie Tanu Weds Manu Returns. That's how the duo Tanishk- Vayu gave their debut chartbuster hit tune “Banno” (for Tanu Weds Manu Returns) which ultimately gave him recognition and stardom. Post “Banno” he gave another superhit romantic song “Samundar” for the Kapil Sharma starrer ' KisKisKoPyarKaru.’Tanishk later went on to create tunes for the 2016 Akshay Kumar multi-starrer Housefull 3 and Aishwarya Rai critically acclaimed starrer Sarabjit, with tunes like “Fake Ishq”, “Allah Hu” and “Rabba” respectively. He then surprised the audience with his melodious and soulful composition “Bolna” from the movie 'Kapoor & Sons'. The song turned out to be one of the most popular romantic songs for the year 2016. He also added jazz and retro sound flavorto the Rajeev Khandelwal starring project Fever. His latest 2017 tune “HummaHumma” is a re-creation of the 90’s iconic song “HummaHumma” from Mani Ratnam’s directed Bombay, for Shraddha-Aditya Kapoor’s starrer Ok Jaanu. The song also features a rap by the famous Bollywood rapper Badshah, but went on to receive mixed response from the audience. Tanishk has two major collaborations coming up with much-anticipated projects such as Badrinath Ki Dulhania and Mohit Suri’s Half Girlfriend.

Tanishk Bagchi Hindi Actor