Top 5 Female Marathi Singers in Bollywood
Maharashtra is not only famous for their Ganpati pooja and cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma, Sunil Gavaskar. It is also popular for their great taste in music and Marathi Singers.
Not only they enjoy music but have many great gems who are rocking at the best height in Bollywood and other industries.
Under the shadow of many popular female Marathi singers like Shreya Ghoshal, there is a bunch of highly talented playback singers, who give their best to make the tunes even more better.
We have discovered and gathered a list of top 5 female Marathi singers
Aanandi Joshi (born February 10th, 1991) is an artist from Mumbai, Maharashtra who begun her melodic vocation with the primary period of SaReGaMaPa Marathi, where she was among the main 4 finalists.
After the show, she had performed many film songs as a playback vocalist and is known for her film tunes “Kiti Sangaychay Mala”, “Man Dhaga” and a sequential title tune “Tujhyaat Jeev Rangala”.
She won the Marathi Filmfare grant as the Best Playback Singer in 2016. She is one of the best female Marathi playback singers.
When it comes to Marathi playback singers, Priyanka Barve appears in everyone’s mind. She is an Indian playback artist and performer.
She has sung tunes in Hindi, Marathi and in some other Indian dialects, anyway, she is most dynamic in the Marathi and Hindi industry.
She additionally plays Anarkali in Feroz Khan’s Broadway adjustment of Mughal E Azam.
The performing artist from Pune originates from a melodic family. She is a granddaughter of veteran vocalists Padmakar and Malati Pande-Barve. Her grandma guided her in established singing.
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Anjali Marathe is a Marathi playback singer as well as a Hindustani vocalist.
She took in established music from her mom Anuradha Marathe who is herself an eminent traditional and light vocalist and behaviors organize shows of Marathi and also Hindi melodies.
She won the National Film Award for Best Playback Singer in 1996 at 16 years old for her interpretation of a tune in the Marathi film Doghi.
She recorded tunes for Chaukat Raja (Marathi), Saibaba (Marathi), before Doghi (Marathi) and title tunes for the sequential – Jhuthe Sacche Gudde Bacche (Hindi), Olak Sangana (Marathi) at a youthful age of nine.
Mahalakshmi Iyer is one of the best Marathi playback singer, best known for her Hindi and Tamil tunes.
She has sung in numerous other Indian dialects too, including Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Odia, Gujarati, Assamese, and Kannada.
Mahalakshmi made her playback make a big appearance with the movie Dus, which was additionally Shankar– Ehsaan– Loys’ presentation as music chiefs in 1996.
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Savani Ravindra, (born on July 22nd, 1989), is an artist in the Marathi music industry. Savani Ravindra was among the five finalists 2011 IDEA Saregma vocalists.
She is the little girl of Dr. Ravindra Ghangurde and Dr. Vandana Ghangurde who are the two vocalists.
Alongside Pandit Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Savani likewise performed with prestigious vocalists Suresh Wadkar, Arun Date, Ravindra Sathe, Ravindra Jain, Uttara Kelkar, and Shridhar Phadke.
She has sung in collections, for example, “Aashaye”, “Canvas” and “Ajunahi(Marathi)”.
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