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Indian Singer Neha Bhasin Looks Beautiful in These Pictures

Indian Singer Neha Bhasin Looks Beautiful in These Pictures

Indian Singer Neha Bhasin Looks Beautiful in These Pictures

Neha Bhasin was born in 18 November 1982, is an Indian singer and songwriter. She is known for her playback work in Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood and independent songs in the genre of Indian pop and punjabi folk music.

Neha Bhasin was born in Delhi to father Ashok Bhasin and mother Rekha Bhasin. Neha belongs to a Hindu Punjabi family. Her clan is khukrain biradri which belongs to khatri Punjabi community. Neha has two siblings, An elder sister Rashi Bhasin and younger brother Anubhav Bhasin. She completed her schooling from Frank Anthony Public School. Neha won her first ever singing competition award, Mariah Carey’s song Hero at the age of 9. Since she was a child, always aspired to become a popstar. She joined Shiamak Davar’s dance academy to learn various dance forms. She also took vocal classical training from Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.

Neha became an over night sensation at age 18 when she was selected by Coke V popstars, a nationwide talent search conducted by Channel V to be a part of the 5-girl pop group Viva.

Neha Bhasin married Sameer uddin, a music composer, in a western wedding in Tuscany, Italy on October 23, 2016.

Bhasin was attending Lady Sri Ram College when she auditioned for Coke Popstars in 2002 and won the competition to form India’s first all-girls Viva (band) along with four other girls.

After the band broke up in 2004, Neha went on to sing for Bollywood films and Tamil film music industry.

Her first breakthrough in Bollywood was the song ‘Kuch Khass Hai’ in 2007 which also got Neha her first Filmfare nomination in 2008. Neha’s debut Tamil song ‘Pesugiren Pesugiren’ composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja won her the Vijay Award for Best Female Playback Singer in 2008.

In 2021, Bhasin featured on Times Square Billboard as artist of the month on Spotify for her song ‘Oot Patangi’.