Kshitij Wagh is an Indian playback singer, music composer, and a live show performer. He was born to a very famous singer Ramesh Waugh. Kshitij was born in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. First he used to learn to sing from his father. Later he joined Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, New Delhi Click to look into! >> Read More... to continue his learning in singing. Kshitij has participated in the second season of Indian Idol Indian Idol is a very popular singing reality show >> Read More... , a reality show in the year 2005 and 2006. According to the sources, he started singing in movies in the year 2006. First he began singing in Marathi films. However, this fact is not yet confirmed. In that film, he sang two songs “Amhi Tumchya,”“Thembanche Moti Leyun” for the film Alia Re. After this, he started singing for Hindi film, TV commercials and on radio also.

In Hindi, he sang for the movies Bum Bum Bole, Udan, Game and many more. Kshitij has sung more than 300 songs for TV and radio commercials for major leading brands. Brands include Lux, Mentos, Aircel, Dabur Chyawanprash, etc. He directed music in one Marathi movie “YedyanchiJatra.” Shankar Mahadevan Shankar Mahadevan, a well-renowned, talented and f >> Read More... , Shreya Ghoshal Shreya Ghoshal, one of the most famous singers in >> Read More... has sung for him in this film. This film has make a big hit in silver screen. He has won all Indian singing competition of Sangam Kala group in the year 2001. Wagh was also a finalist of Indian Idol 2. He has also won an award for best music director at the Maharashtra Chitrapadarpan Awards in Pune.

Krishnakumar Kunnath Hindi Actor

Krishnakumar Kunnath

Krishnakumar Kunnath is an Indian playback singer of Malayalam region. He was born and brought up in Delhi. Krishna was born to C.S. Menon and Kanakavalli, both his parents are Malayali. He has sung a song in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayali languages. His other names are K.K. or Kay Kay. He has completed his schooling from Mount St. Mary’s school, Delhi. Krishna graduated from Kirori Mal College, Delhi University from the commerce background. During his school days, he won many singing competitions. Even before joining singing as his profession he was the lead vocalist for different college bands. KK was very much influenced by singer Kishore Kumar and music director R.D. Burman. No training was taken up by him in this field. After completing his graduation, he moved to Mumbai with dreams to become a singer. Later in 1994, he presented his tape as a demo to Louis Banks, Ranjit Barot, and Leslie Lewis. UTV called him to sing a jingle for Santogen Suiting ad. Moreover, he started his career in singing as an ad jingle singer. Thus, in a span of four years, he sang over 3500 jingles in eleven different languages. Krishna has said that he respects Leslie Lewis as his mentor for giving him a chance to sing his first jingle in Mumbai. In the year 1999, he appeared in ‘Josh of India’ song during cricket world cup to support Indian team. Kunnath has also released some albums during world cup 1999 such as Pal the title song which got very popular. Yaaron a song from the same album has also got very popular. He has received a star screen awards for the best solo album of Pal. After 1999, he released his next album Humsafar in the year 2008. He has also successfully launched many of his solo albums. A.R. Rahman’s hit songs like “College Styley" and "Hello Dr." from Kadir's Kadhal Desam movies helped KK to become a playback singer in the year 1996. He entered into Bollywood industry by singing a small part of the song Chod Aye Hum in the film Maachis (1996). However, he has been highlighted in B-town by singing a song Tadap Tadap Ke Dil from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam in 1999. The songs sung by him for which he became famous are such as Tu Aashiqui Hai (received a National award for this song), Chand Ki Roshni Se, Dus Bahaane, Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai, Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar Hai, Tune Maari Entriyaan (a big hit) and many more. KK’s songs always become super hit the day it got launched. He is a very versatile singer. Krishna has done many concerts at international and national levels. Till 2014, he has sung more than 500 Hindi songs and more than 200 in other languages. His accolades include Filmfare Awards, IIFA Awards, and many more accolades. In the year 1991, KK got married to his childhood friend Jyothy Krishna. The couple is having one son Nakul and one daughter Tamara. Nakul, his son, has sung a song Masti with Krishna (his father) on his latest album Humsafar. KK also said that his family is his source of energy. Without any formal training in singing nor having any background in singing profession, he has established himself as a successful playback singer of India.


Kumar Sanu

Having chaired over 17,000 songs in the last 27 years inclusive of diverse languages and creating over 8000 new musical pieces, every Indian household and fans around the globe are familiar with the Iconic Kumar Sanu. He also bossed the music industry in India in the 1990s where he pocketed “The Best Playback Singer” title for a record period of 5 years in successionOriginally named Kedarnath Bhattacharya, by his vocalist and composer father, Pashupati Bhattacharya, he grew up in Kolkata, India and was encouraged to pursue singing and playing table by his father. He graduated in Commerce from Kolkata University and often used to perform small-time shows on stages and restaurants in Kolkata itself. He tried to shift his singing paradigm style by modeling it similar to his childhood icon, the legendary Kishore Kumar, yet maintaining his voice individuality. Sanu’s initial days into playback singing was marked by “Tin Kanya”, a Bangladeshi movie directed by Shibli Sadiq in 1986. Due to the competitive nature of the singing industry in India, Sanu struggled to be recognized for almost a year, followed by which the mesmerizing Jagjit Singh presented him with an opportunity, in the 1987 movie “Aandhiyan.”  Jagjit Singh also introduced him to Kalyanji Anandji at their residence in Mumbai, where they suggested him to take up the name of Kumar Sanu because of his singing style, much influenced by Kishore Kumar. On his appearance on the Farooq Sheikh presented show “Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai”, Anandji confessed the story of Bhattacharya’s transformation into Kumar Sanu’s. Consequently, Sanu earned the good fortune to sing in Anandji’s film “Jaadugar” in 1989. The following year, he was asked to collaborate along with music director duo Nadeem-Shravan on “Aashiqui” a movie in which Sanu sang almost all songs for which he acquired the first of his five consecutive “Best Playback Singer” titles in the Filmfare awards. His songs in Saajan, Dewaana, Baazigar and 1942: A Love Story would fetch him his following four awards. Sanu also worked with the duo Nadeem-Shravan in other movie projects such as “Dil Hai ke Manta Nahin”, “Kal Ki Awaz”, “Salaami”, “Damini”, Amir Khan Starrer “Raja Hindustani”, just to name a few of his legion. During “Baazigar”, Kumar Sanu worked alongside music director and composer Anu Malik in his earworm of a song, titled “Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankhen” which was supposed to be his first song influenced by the music of the Western world. Malik and Sanu would also chalk out notable songs together in movies such as Sir in 1993, Vijaypath in 1994 right up to the most recent “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” which also involves a special guest appearance by Sanu. From the year 1992 to 1999, Sanu also provided his voices for Jatin-Lalit movies right from Khiladi and Dilwale Duniya Le Jayenge to Ghulam and Sarfarosh. He also worked with music director Himesh Reshammiya on the latter’s debut film “Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya” and other movies such as Kurukshetra, Humraaz and Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaye. Starting from R.D.Burman up to the majestic A.R.Rahman, in no particular order, Kumar Sanu has no stone unturned in the music industry. He also holds a “Guinness World Record” for the most number of songs recorded in one day; where he went on to sing 28 songs. The late 1990s also witnessed a decline in his career. He entered politics and joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) but quit shortly because of singing commitments. 2012 also marked his comeback into playback singing when Sajid-Wajid urged him to undertake a song from the film Rowdy Rathore. He was also sworn in as a judge on the children’s reality singing show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs,” in the Bengali rendition of it. In his arsenal of awards, trophies and achievements he has a doctorate from The University of America, The Padma Shri Award presented to him by the Government of India in 2009 to his name, among other major titles.

Kumar Sanu Hindi Actor