Born on, in Mumbai, to a middle-class family, Amey Date concluded his graduation from Ruperal College in Mumbai, Maharashtra. His parents divorced when he was quite young. People remember him as a contestant in the second season of Sony Television's Indian Idol Indian Idol is a very popular singing reality show >> Read More... in the year 2005-06. He managed to reach the top 4 of the competition and was hailed by many as a future playback singer.

One may remember the time he was eliminated from the show; the judges walked out of the show to show their disapproval. The top 5 contestants got to make an album with the producer. Some may also remember him, as a contestant on Jo Jeeta Wohi Superstar on Star Plus, though he was eliminated pretty early. After series of failure in reality shows, he was seen doing stage shows. Now 36, he was last seen singing a devotional song, ‘Tu Mane Bhagwan.’

Rani Hazarika Hindi Actress

Rani Hazarika

Rani Hazarika is a North Indian professional playback singer. She has sung for many songs in the Hindi film industry. Some of her famous songs are Nas Nas Mein from the movie Welcome Back, Naina Huve Bawre, Sarkar from the movie Udanchhoo and many more. She is interested in singing and acting. Rani Hazarika was born on 7th October. She grew up in the city of Guwahati in Assam. Her family members were all involved in music, and hence the interest and talent came naturally to Rani Hazarika. She got her school education from Ambari High School at Sylhet. She has a professional degree in B. Music from Bhatkhande Sangit Vidyapith or Bhatkhande Music Institute University in Vocals which is located at Lucknow, and she passed out of this college in the year 2007. Rani Hazarika started singing from a tender age of six. She also performed in various stage shows. Rani Hazarika has been a playback singer for many Assamese films and albums. She has also anchored many reality shows such as Northeast Wave Northeast Ke Superstars in the year 2011. Rani Hazarika has also participated in many reality shows thereby making her a well-recognized face in the Assam music industry. She is the managing director at AR Music Studio located in Mumbai. She started this studio in the year 2014. Rani Hazarika moved to Mumbai to start her career as a playback singer. She learned professional music under the guidance of the talented sangeet guru Santhosh Pandit and the Bollywood playback singer Jaspinder Narula. After some training, she started singing in films, serials, advertisement films, and albums. Even when she started singing in movies, Rani Hazarika still participated in reality shows and singing competitions. She was part of the music show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar, Vice of India Mumbai, Bollywood Club of ZOOM TV, Rock The Dhun and many more shows. Rani Hazarika was one of the finalists in Voice of India and a Meg Finalist in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in the year 2010. Rani Hazarika has worked as a playback singer for the movies Choo le Aasmaan, EK – The Power of One, Memsaab, Yeh Kaisa Karz Hai, Kranti – The Revolutionary, Shudra – The Rising. Other than Bollywood films, Rani Hazarika has also performed as a playback singer in many regional movies from Assamese, Chhattisgarhi, Bhojpuri, Telugu, Malayalam, Maithili and other industries. She has lent her voice also in TV commercials and title tracks.


Amit Kumar

Being the offspring of a famous parent is always fraught with the threat that one’s own capabilities may get undervalued in the eyes of others, the general perception being that any claim to fame is basically a sort of reflected glory. The case of Amit Kumar, (or Amit Kumar Ganguly as his full name stands) would very much fall in this category and the legendary status of his father Kishore Kumar would forever dwarf any claim to fame that Amit would have on his own merits. Even mother Ruma held her own as a singer, dancer, and actress in Bengali films. Many would argue that being the son of such parents, (albeit separated), both of whom were brilliant in their own cultural fields, it was no surprise that Amit would have his own cultural bearings pretty strong. Amit, of course, had shown more talent in singing, and since the 1970s and till the time of R. D. Burman’s death in 1994, he sang a host of songs in Bollywood movies, for all the well known music directors of that period, picking up the Filmfare award in 1980 for “Love Story”. The death of R.D. Burman, with whom he had established very close links, upset him very much, and virtually brought his singing career to an end. This perhaps led to the Kumar Shanus, Abhijeets and Babul Supriyos to usurp the legacy of Kishore Kumar, which would have otherwise been his, had he decided to pursue his singing career further. Like many before him, his acting career started as a child actor, when he sang and acted in his father's own productions under the “Door” trilogy. But perhaps, he did not show that much keenness towards acting, and therefore, did not pursue it further. His connection with the world of TV was mostly as a composer and singer, and like his father, he too composed songs, and was credited with the creation of the theme songs to the Hindi versions of Disney's “Duck Tales” and the cartoon series “Bob the Builder”.

Amit Kumar Hindi Actor