Richa Sharma, born August 29 1980 in Faridabad, is a play back singer in Bollywood. Taught under the guidance of PanditAskaran Sharma, she has phenomenal vocal abilities. Her voice can touch the deepest areas of your heart and can punch a hole in your sole. She is a versatile singer, capable of singing Punjabi, Rajasthani and even ghazals. And for such an amazing music education, she has sacrificed her education, for a dream of singing for the Silver screen. She did covers and bhajans for in her early career in Mumbai. Her debut in Bollywood was “Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya” in 1996. But her career took a steep climb when she sang for A.R Rahman in Taal in 1999. Since then, the vocalist has sung for numerous films and also released her albums in Hindi, Punjabi and Rajasthani. Her heart warming and soul shacking talents can be heard in movies such as “ Saathiya”, “ Khakee”, “ Kal Ho Naa Ho”, “ Saawariya” and “ Om Shanti Om” among many others. Her most famous work was in Ravi Chopra’s “ Baabul”, where she displayed her voice for a strong 15 minutes. “Bidaai” exhibits her endless flow of emotions through her voice. In 2015, she has been awarded the Live Quotient Award, and she is all smiles about it. For her future, she is relying less on Bollywood hits and more on her own work and single albums.
Rekha Bhardwaj Hindi Actress

Rekha Bhardwaj

Rekha Bhardwaj is a dynamic and versatile Indian playback singer who can perform in different genres like Bollywood, Sufi, Folk and Classical. She married the Indian Director, Producer and Music Director Vishal Bharadwaj. Her unique style of singing makes her stand out of the crowd. Born in a middle-class household in New Delhi, Rekha studied music at Hindu College, Delhi. She always desired to become a singer but was discouraged due to her husky voice. Rekha and her husband Vishal Bharadwaj studied in the same college. They met each other in their college annual day program. Music was common in both which created a bond between them and later they got married. Vishal believed and convinced her to start her career in singing. Her first song was ‘Ek Who Din Bhi’ from the movie Chichi 420 in 1997. Her first album was ‘Ishqa Ishqa’ in 2002. The song that gave her immense popularity and fame was ‘Namak Ishq Ka’ from the movie Omkara that was directed by Vishal Bharadwaj. She also worked as a Music Assistant in the film Hu Tu Tu. She has sung the song ‘Kabhi Ashna Kabhi Ajnabi’ for the Pakistani serial Humnasheen and also recorded for a Pakistani picture ‘Bin Roye.’ Some of her other famous songs are, 'Sasural Genda Phool' from the motion picture Delhi 6, ‘Raat Ke Dhai Baje’ which was picturised on Priyanka Chopra, ’ Ranjha Ranjha’ from the movie Raavan which was directed by A.R Rahman, ‘Darling’ from Saat Khoon Maaf directed by Vishal Bharadwaj, ‘Phir Le Aaya Dil’ which was a romantic song from Barfi, ‘Kabira’ and ‘Ghagra’ which was picturised on Madhuri Dixit from Yeh Jawani Hai Dewani. She has twice been recognized as the Best Playback Singer by the Filmfare awards for the songs ‘Sasural Genda Phool’ and ‘Darling’. She has also been awarded the same by National Films Awards for the songs from the movie ‘Ishqia’.


Ritu Pathak

Ritu Pathak was born on September 4, 1987. She comes from Gopalganj in Madhya Pradesh. She is a playback singer by profession and is very popular in the Bollywood Industry. She is regarded as a versatile singer in just 28 years as she can sing western, classical, pop and film music. She has worked hard on her vocals and started to from the scratches to reach the level she has reached now. Early Life Belonging to a small village in Madhya Pradesh, she began her struggle by coming to Mumbai and participating in reality shows. As a kid, her father always encouraged her to be a singer as he also belonged to the same field. Her father worked for a local orchestra in the village, but he always inspired Ritu to be a singer. She trained for her vocals in Nagpur. Keeping the importance of classical music in India, she also trained herself for classical music. Work Ritu Pathak came to Mumbai with a dream of being the best singer of her generation. Mumbai is regarded as the city of dreams. A city where dreams can be fulfilled. The city of Mumbai did fulfill her dream of being a singer. She started her struggle by presenting scratches but one day she got to Shankar-Eshaan-Loy, who gave her chance. She took the opportunity with both hands impressed the singing trio. Before this, she had also taken part in the popular reality show Indian Idol 2, where she did not succeed. She then featured in Fame X where she reached the final by winning hearts across India. She got her first break when she was asked to lend her voice for Papa Jaag Jaayega by Shankar-Eshaan-Loy. She was then part of two songs in the movie Hello Darling. She gained popularity with her song ‘Razia Gundo Mein Phans Gayi’ which was given to her by Pritam da. She took India by surprise by her style. She later produced hits like Jalebi Bai from Double Dhamaal, Allah Duhai Hai from Race 2 and Gandi Baat from R. Rajkumar. Since then Ritu Pathak has been active in the Bollywood industry. In 2015, songs like Lip to Lip and Cinema Dekhe Mamma surfaced her career. Ritu’s proved her versatility by singing in various other languages. She has Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi and Telugu songs under her belt. Apart from this, Ritu has four albums to her name. Indeed, Ritu has proved her worth in the Bollywood industry. She was nominated for Musical Sensation at Stardust Awards in 2012 for Jalebi Bai although she did not win the awards. Upcoming Work Singers always come up with surprises so gear up for experiencing more of Ritu Pathak. This year has already seen her sing, Hor Nach in Sunny Leone Starrer Mastizaade.

Ritu Pathak Hindi Actress