The King of Ghazals, Pankaj Udhas was born on 17th may 1951 in Rajkot, Jaipur. His whole family is into the world of music. He had studied in Sir BPTI Bhavanagar.His family moved to Mumbai and Pankaj pursued his degree at ST. Xavier's College, Mumbai. He also got trained in Indian Classical Vocal under the tutelage of Master Navarang. He started his career with the first ghazal album titled " Aahat " in 1980 and subsequently recorded many hits like "Mukarar" in 1981, “Tarrannum” in 1982, “Mehfil” in 1983, Pankaj Udhas Live at “Royal Albert Hall” in 1984, “Nayaab” in 1985 and “Aafreen” in 1986.Udhas became, even more, famous after singing in the movie “Naam”, in which his song "Chitthi Aayee Hai" became an instant hit.

His first stage performance was during the Sino-Indian War where he sang, “Aye Mere Watan Ke Logon.” He was Awarded “Padmashree” in 2006, for his contribution to the art of ghazal singing his huge contribution to cancer patients and thalassemic children through his on the occasion of him completing 25 years of ghazal singing. In 2006, he was honored with the prestigious "Kalakar" award at Kolkata for "Hasrat" as "Best Ghazal album of 2005". As well as in 1998, he was awarded Indian Arts Awards Gala presented by the Mayor of the City of Jersey City. Pankaj Udhas is married to Farida. They have two daughters, Nayaab, and Reva.

Pamela Jain Hindi Actress

Pamela Jain

Pamela Jain is a Hindi singer who was born to a Bengali family in Kolkata, West Bengal.Born in a family where her grandfather was the famous novelist Shri Bimal Mitra, who wrote the novel 'Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam,' it was her parents Shri Kamlesh Basu and Smt. Shakunthala Basu who encouraged her to learn and pursue Classical music.Her singing career did not get affected after her marriage as her husband Shri Ashwin Jain stood with her in her desire to become a musician. Pamela was a singer from a very young age, and she received her first prize for singing when she was just seven years old. She got trained in classical music under Pandit Bimalendu Mukherjee and Pandit Aaskan Sharma. Her first stint at publicity was when she began singing at the young age of sixteen for the Raipur Radio Station. She was the winner in Meri Awaaz Suno in 1998 and Adaab Araz Hai in 1999. Her professional career began from then on. Her first film song was for the film Na Tum Jaano by the music director Rajesh Roshan.Among her various hits with leading music directors like A.R Rahman, Shri Ravindra Jain, Lalit Singh, etc. One of her biggest hit song was for the mega-serial Kumkum, which gained wide popularity. She has sung for major actresses and also produced many chartbusters. The most popular films for which Pamela has lent her voice are Moksha, Kya Tum Jaano Na Hum, Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe, Jaani Dushman, Agnivarsha, Refugee, Vivah, Sirf, Sarkar Raj, Fast Forward, Maai Ke Karz, etc. She has sung for almost thirty films from 2001 to 2015. She won the award by Tata Infomedia for the best duet of the year in 2001, Kala Shree Award by Punjabi Kala Sangam in 2004, Best Title Singer in Indian Telly Technical Awards in 2009, Best Duet Singer of the year 2010 in BIG Punjabi Awards. Apart from film songs and serial theme songs, she lends her voice to various music albums.


Paroma Banerji

She won millions of hearts with her voice; she impressed many on the small screen and came to fame by winning the title of big boss bangla season 18. She’s one of the finest Bangla playback singers, Paroma Banerjee. Paroma was born on April 23 into a Bengali family; she became famous in Filmography through playback singing back in 2008. Her hits include ELar Char Adhyay in 2012, Bhuter Bhabishyat in 2012, Nouka Dubi in 2011, Narak Guljar in 2009 and many more. Apart from playback singing Paroma also hosted shows on small screen. She was the anchor of the Bengali show Rojgere Ginni which brought her much appreciation. She did other roles in flicks like Ebong Ritupamo sudhu tomari Jonyo but later quit due to work-related conflicts. During her television career, Paroma had conflicts with the makers which led to a strain in her career. Paroma was later banned from television for two years due to these outbreaks. After a long break from her television career Paroma was then seen in the televisions most famous and controversial show, Big Boss. By that time in Bangla, the show completed 17 seasons and she appeared in the Big Boss Bangla season 18. She performed her best in the show and won the Title. Fondly remembered as the Ongur Boudi from her role in the famous serial Superboudi, Paroma is a great actor and a presenter. She has also hosted several Bengali game shows along with playing roles in serials. She is the proud anchor of one of the longest Bengali television shows, Rojgere Ginni. The show focused on promoting the homemakers and their lives. Paroma played an excellent host to all the participants with her warm gestures and sweet talks. She discussed the lives of housewives on various levels and celebrated their lives. She played an amazing anchor to this game show with five rounds. She anchored the show for several years, after which others anchors like Madhumati Maitra and Lajbonti continued the show. Paroma was also a successful discographer. Her famous works include the Ghora ferar gan. After her career outcast for two years and winning the title of Big Boss, She was brought back to the industry with the opportunity to host the show Dance Bangla Dance. With many ups and downs in her career, Paroma stood strong and fought to make place for her in the millions of Bengali’s hearts.

Paroma Banerji Hindi Actress