Jonita Gandhi is an exceptionally talented singer from Canada. This Indo-Canadian singer is born in Delhi, brought up in Canada. Like many other singers, Jonita too comes with a family background that supported music from the beginning. Her father is a Musician by his own interest in music and by profession he is an electronics Engineer. Her first performance was much recognized when she performed along with her father in Toranto at an event organized for Christmas. Her music career has come a way long way already. She had sung in Bengali, Malayalam and Hindi film Industry.

She created a sensation with her debut song in Bollywood. She entered Bollywood in 2013, with the blockbuster movie Chennai Express Click to look into! >> Read More... . She performed this feat, along with renowned Indian Singer S.P. Balasubramaniam. Within no time her name is tagged a talented singer. She bagged more than couple of movies with the Oscar winner music composer Mr. A.R. Rahman. She sang in the popular movie Highway, " Kahaan Hoon Main Bio coming soon >> Read More... " which got her all the deserved recognition. She also sang a song in Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, (Maaloom) composed by A.R. Rahman. In addition to these numbers, A.R. Rahman had experimented with this singer in his latest super hit O Kadhal Kanmani, 2015.

Jonita Gandhi has an ability to perform versatile tones and that is fetching her a lot. She also sang a Telugu song (Nuvve Nuvve) for a Telugu movie called Kick 2. She is also interested a lot in Dancing. She made her stage performance at a very early age such as 3.5 yrs. She has one brother. She is currently pursuing her pre-Ivey from University of Western Ontario. Though she gained enough popularity in Bollywood with all the amazing offers from the classic composers, she still keeps making covers for all famous songs in her own styles. Her covers on "Pani Da Rang" and "someone like you" are very famous among the others.

Jolly Mukherjee Hindi Actor

Jolly Mukherjee

Jolly Mukherjee is a renowned Bollywood singer, songwriter and producer, who became popular as the country’s King of Strings. Initially, he works as a backup singer for television commercials and subsequently became a music writer for airline on-flight introductions such as the British Airways. However, his passion is really into arranging and composing music. His origin includes a combination of Western and Hindustani Classical music. Jolly rose to fame when he started working at the Madras Cinematic Orchestra, performing with a combination of percussion and strings. He started working in the music industry as a chorus singer in the year 1978, along with R.D. Burman. Later, he sang for him in Bollywood films like Indrajeet in 1991 and Tum Karo Vaada in 1993. The composer duo, Laxmikant and Pyarelal gave him a break in Feroz Khan’s Davayan: Truth is Power. He sang Diwani Tum Jawanon Ki and the super hit Chahe Meri Jaan Tu Le Le. Jolly admits that Burman made him sing below his baton with the same style similar to Burman’s style. That’s when his journey started and since then, he sang for films like Narshima, Chaalbaaz, Aadmi, Insaaf Apne Lahu Se, Judge Mujrim, Agnisakshi, Raja Babu, Aatish and many more. One of his breakthroughs came when music producer, Shashi Gopal (head of Magnasound) offered him to become the arranger of Hariharan’s Hazir. They formed their team and started to collaborate in Hariharan’s successive albums like Jashn, Paigham and Gulfam. He also collaborated with Manhar Udhas and Chandan Das. Some of his notable songs as a music arranger include Chandni O Meri Chandni from the Hindi film, Chandni in 1989, Kya Hua from Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman in 1992, Sahibaan Meri Sahibaan from the Bollywood romantic film Sahibaan in 1993, Goriya Re Goriya from the 1993 film Aaina and the title song from Ketan Mehta’s Aar Ya Paar in 1997. Jolly also worked in the background music of Dushmani, Zameer and Bambai Ka Babu. He became a music composer through the album Kasak of Magnasound. He also scored as an arranger a very popular item number entitled Dekho 2000 Zamana Aa Gaya from the Bollywood action masala film, Mela in the year 2000. Jolly made a frothy number with Kamal Haasan and Hariharan in the Tamil and Hindi version of the Indian period crime drama film, Hey Ram in the year 2000. He also signed for several international albums as a music arranger under the strings section. He collaborated with Underwolves (Polygram International Album), Iceland singer, Bjork and with the Palm Pictures, USA. Jolly also provides playback for Bangladesh actor, Dipjol. His album entitled Fusebox includes remixes from the British DJ and producer, State of Bengal, the trip hop duo from UK, Badmarsh & Shri and The Underwolves. The Bhatiyali remixed version became very successful. Besides working in the film’s music, his jingles were used from the commercials of products like Lifebuoy, Ponds, Apollo Tyres and Red Label Tea. He joined the musical reality show, Jjhoom India on Sahara One, from which he teamed up with film actress and producer, Shama Sikander in 2007. In 2009, he co-produced the film and arranged the music of the Hindi film, Detective Naani, helmed by Romilla Mukherjee.


Junaid Khan

Junaid Khan is a prominent Pakistani singer, songwriter and actor. He was born on November 2, 1981, in Lahore, Pakistan to a Muslim family. Initially, he studied at the Divisional Public School and later attended Ibne Sina College Defence. Later, he went to FC College and participated in the Mining Engineering Department of the University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore. He took a degree in Engineering and during his 3rd year, his musical career started. He auditioned for the band called ‘Call’ and got selected to be part of it. Subsequently, he took Masters of Business Administration at the Imperial College in Lahore.  Junaid along with Sultan Raja and Khurram Jabbar Khan were the first members of the band, Call. Later, he brought Usman and Farooq Nasir to become the guitarists in the band. Soon after, they released their first song entitled Nishaan that went viral in the online world, and their band became one of the mainstream artists in Pakistan. This was followed by a music video of the song titled as Pukaar. This song has put him to become one of the leading vocalists in the country. He was often called as Pakistan’s Chris Cornell and Scott Stapp. Call started to perform live in several events in the country and abroad. He and Farooq have composed their album, Jilawatan and recorded it at the audio studio of Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan (Entity Paradigm band) in Lahore. Later, Usman and Farooq have left the band, and Junaid requested Zulfiqar to become their lead guitarist. The production of Jilawatan was later concluded, and it was completed in the year 2005. In the same year, he penned his very first rock-ballad song, Sab Bhula Kay. This song became a big hit and turned out to be a romantic anthem of the youngsters and of all ages around the world. Jilawatan was then released, which brought them many accolades throughout 2005. This was followed by two back-to-back hit songs, Kuch Nae and Bichar K Bhi. After this, Junaid became in-demand to several leading brands in the country and had signed deals one after another including Warid Pakistan, Unilever Walls, Pepsi and more. His songs Kal Hamara He, Ho Jaane De, Hum Se He Ye Zamana, etc. was released. The band performed around Pakistan and in other countries like India, UAE, Qatar and U.S.A. They worked in Bollywood and released their songs Laari Chooti, Ye Pal and Dhadke Jia. Call was composing songs during those times and by the year 2011, they have compiled their songs and released their next album entitled Dhoom. The album was released with the video of Main Esa Hi Hoon. He then became more popular among the country’s top leading brands and had done commercials with Ufone and McDonalds. They also released the track, Badal Do Zamana for Pepsi’s T20 World Cup in the year 2010. In 2010, he started his acting career through the television serial, Dil Ki Lagi on ATV, from where he received a nomination for Best TV Actor at the Lux Style Award. This was followed by a role in the television sitcom, Kabhi Na Kabhi and the drama serial, Mujhay Roothnay Na Daina, which were both aired on Hum TV channel. In 2012, he was cast in the Pakistani serial, Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu. Junaid was starred in Fahim Barfi’s Yehan Piyar Nahi Hai, alongside Saba Qamar and Mawra Hocane. In the same year, he played the main lead role in the Pakistani telenovela, Madiha Maliha and in Ek Maamooli Si Larki. He went on to appear in television serials such as Kadoorat, Meri Beti, Firaaq, Jaane Kyun, Gumman and more. This year, he acted in his first film, Bin Roye, which was produced and helmed by Momina Duraid. He also acted in few serials like Nikah, Dua and Yeh Mera Deewanapan Hai. Junaid worked on his first solo album and his first solo music entitled So Close, So Distant was released. In the year 2012, he departs from his band to pursue his solo music career. In 2013, his solo track, Keh Do was also released, which features Brian O’Connell (Junoon Band).

Junaid Khan Hindi Actor