Siddhant Madhav made his debut in Mumbai cinema world as a singer. He hailed from the state of Bihar. The singer was trained at home, and his first guru was his father who guided him in Indian Classical music. His father Sri Parashuram Mishra was a great classical singer in his town Muzzaferpur.

Right from his childhood, he had a passion for singing and wanted to make a career as a singer that too in Mumbai. When he grew up, he migrated to Mumbai, and got associated with the musical company T-Series and recorded many private albums. In his musical career, he had the association with singers like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Mika Singh, Pavni Pandey and Divya Kumar.

The music composer bagged two new movies, and they had all released in 2015. For instance, he composed music for ' Meeruthiya Gangsters', which released in 2015. The album of this film has eight tracks composed by three music composers like Siddhant Mishra, Vivek Kar, and Siddhant Madhav. In this movie, cricketer Suresh Raina lent his voice for a song. Siddhant Madhav had made his Bollywood debut as a music director in 2012 released movie ' Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal'. The movie depicted some realities of Bihar state and this Bihari Babu music composer made his debut in scoring background music along with another duo music composer Shadaab Hashmi–Abhik Chatterjee. This film won an award even in Mexico International Film festival. Although the film did not do any magic at the box office, it helped the music composer to grab two more offers in Bollywood.

Shruti Pathak Hindi Actress

Shruti Pathak

Shruti Pathak stepped into the film industry as a singer. Her first two songs, 'Sudu Sude', 'Guchchi Guchchi' for a Telugu movie, ‘Bujjigadu: Made in Chennai’ and the next song, 'Awaara Dil' for the Hindi movie, Money Hai Toh Honey Hai, weren't massive hits. However, on her third strike towards her goal of becoming a star singer, she hit it with 'Mar Jawaan', from ‘Fashion’. She went on to be nominated for this very song, to be Filmfare's best Female Playback Award in the year 2008. She had more offers coming her way since. She went on to sing for the films; Dev.D, Kurbaan, Luck, Admissions Open, Anjaana Anjaani, Love Breakups Zindagi, Ra One, Players, Kai Po Che, Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, Happy Ending and Phir Se. She is not only known for her voice but has done as well as a lyricist as well. She is the lyricist of the song from Dev.D, 'Payaliya' and from Kai Po Che, the famous 'Shubhaarambh'. She continues to perform on the small screen as well as live stage shows. She has carried out at the Culrav 2012 Cultural fest of MNNIT - Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad. She has also performed at the Flare, the techno-cultural fest of PDPU - Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University. In 2013, she performed at the Protsahan 13 of SVKM's NMIMS University, Shirpur Campus. Her latest show was at the Udaan 2014, Cultural Fest of SPIT College in Mumbai. About the small screen, she has performed in all the three Seasons of Coke Studio India. She has also appeared on other TV shows such as; MTV Unplugged Season 4; Glorious and Shedding skin, season 2 and the Haal Ve Rabba in Season 3.

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Sona Mohapatra

Sona Mohapatra was born on 17th of June in 1976 at her hometown Cuttack, Odisha. She is one of the most renowned singer and composer in Indian film industry. She is a graduate and has done B.Tech from Bhubaneshwar. She has also done post-graduate and has MBA degree from Symbiosis Centre of Management & HRD, Pune. She worked as brand manager as well at Marico. After that, she started her career with jingle songs for TATA salt and Close-Up toothpaste. These jingles made her famous as they became very popular in more than 13 countries. In 2007, she decided to release her album and came up with Sona, under the banner of Sony records. This album had songs of different genres. From rock to rhythm of blues and Hindustani. She is married to composer Ram Sampath, and they both love to work together. They got married in 2005. She recently came into limelight with Amir Khan’s talk show Satyamev Jayate, where she sang three songs. Her song Ghar Yaad Aata Hai Mujhe became a superhit. But before Satyamev Jayate, she had already sung songs in many films. She debuted in the film industry with song Lori for movie Family in 2006, which was composed by her husband, Ram Sampath. In 2008, she sang Chayee Madhoshiyan for the movie Jumbo and Daav Laga for film Aagey Se Right in 2009, these songs were composed by Ram Sampath. Sona Mohapatra worked with well-known composer duo Vishal-Shekhar for the film I Hate Luv Storys and sang Bahara. This song was loved by many and won her nominations at many awards. Her Bedardi Raja in 2011, for film Delhi Belly, which was also composed by her husband Ram Sampath, brought a turning point in her career. The song was nominated for several awards as well. After this, she sang Jiya Laage Na for movie Talaash in 2012, Ambarsariya for Fukrey and Khurafati Akhiyan for Bajatey Raho in 2013. She was appraised for Ambarsariya. The song brought her many awards. She won Best Playback Female Singer at Screen Awards (2014) and Star Guild Awards (2014). She also won Most Entertaining Female Singer at BIG Star Entertainment Awards in 2013 and Female Vocalist of the Year at Mirchi Music Awards in 2014. She also won Best Playback Female Singer for Jiya Laage Na at Global Indian Music Awards (GiMA) in 2013.

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Sona Mohapatra Hindi Actress