Madhuraa Bhattacharya was born in Kolkata, West Bengal, India on March 17, 1991. Shri Tushar Kanti Bhattachary, her father, is a member of the Higher Judicial Service. As a West Bengal judge, he was assigned to numerous districts. Madhuraa had the opportunity to visit various locations as a child to observe the natural wonders. In addition to his work as a judge, her father is a well-known writer, novelist, and All India Radio-approved radio play writer.
Madhuraa chose a career in music without hesitation because she was born into a musical family (her mother is the daughter of a great vocalist Shri Sadhanananda Misra and the granddaughter of a lovely singer with a hypnotic voice quality, Santimoyee Debi). She always used to sit raptly alongside her singing mother while she was a child. Her passion for music never overtook her desire to neglect her education. Her desire to pursue a professional career in music was never more important than her academic goals. She tried and succeded to sail in both fields while maintaining balance. She graduated from high school in 2008 with first-division grades, but with music as one of her preferred courses. She enrolled in Rabindra Bharati University to get her bachelor's degree in music. She received the best grade in the three-year Honours in music degree programme.
Madhuraa was picked for an All-India Music Competition "Sitaron Ko Chhuna Hai" presented by Miditech in Real Channel in January 2009, along with 11 other candidates. She was required to stay in Delhi for up to 5 months. She underwent voice lessons from renowned vocalists such as Prasant Samadhar, Anant Vaidyanathan, and Neha Bhasin throughout her stay for grooming and regular broadcast competition. She came in second place at the Grand Finale. Meanwhile, Madhuraa created history when she was named an All India Radio authorized performer in 2009 for the Ghazal, Bhajan, Shyama Sangeet stream. The All India Radio elevated her to B-High in the Shyama sangeet and Bhajan stream in 2014.
She began her career with the super hit television mega serial "Bonhishikha" on Etv Bangla, and has since lent her voice to a number of other super hit television serials. She made her debut in the Bengali cinema industry with the film "Mahakal" in 2008, and she hasn't looked back since.
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