The lady bagged her first National Award (Best female playback singer) for the 5 beautiful songs from Devdas which set her a wonderful path of roses ahead for her musical journey way back in 2002. The years after, Shreya Ghoshal was called over by many directors as they felt she is able to connect with the heroine well and bring out the essential feel in all the songs. In 2003, the romantic number ‘Jaadooo hai nasha hai’ from the movie Jism caught the attention of all the music lovers.
This singer who also sings in other languages including Assamese, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Oriya, Malayalam, Tamil,Telugu Bengali has over a few hundred songs to her kitty. She has sung with almost all the leading male singers in B- Town.
Starting with 2005, Shreya’s career sought a new high with ‘Piyu bole’ from the movie Parineeta. Shreya Ghoshal’s solo singing has always been loved and few tracks to support this statement would ofcourse include ‘Barso re Megha Megha’ from Maniratnam’s Guru which hit the screen in the year 2007, ‘Thode badmaash ho tum, thode naadaan ho tum’ from the movie Saawariya.
Shreya Ghoshal is always known for her apt pronunciations, thus making it sound nice for any listener irrespective of the language that she is singing in. Ofcourse she has worked with the genius A.R.Rahman in many movies, including Tamil and has sung a lot of songs for his tunes.
Last year, ShreyaGhoshal’s Nagada stole the limelight form the movie Ramleela, yet again a Sanjay Bhansali movie. A versatile singer that she is, she is able to carry off any tune given to her. She is also a wonderful Hindustani singer.
Not many people are aware of this but June 26th is infact celebrated as Shreya Ghoshal Day in Ohio where her fans from all over the world celebrate her singing career. Ofcourse, there is much hope from this promising singer.