Neha Bhasin is an Indian singer-songwriter, performer, and TV hostess and was a member of the Indian pop girl group Viva!. Neha Bhasin was born on November 18, 1982 in Delhi in a Punjabi Khatri family, India to Ashok Bhasin and Rekha Bhasin and has an elder sister and a younger brother She first went to the The Frank Anthony Public School New Delhi, where her first dreams of becoming a superstar or performer shaped up. She later joined the Lady Shri Ram College for Women in New Delhi, where she graduated in sociology honors.
Neha Bhasin then stepped into playback singing, singing for Indian soundtracks, starting with the title track of the 2005 Hindi film Bullet - Ek Dhamaka for composer Somesh Mathur, which was penned by herself. Subsequently, she sung several Hindi film songs forAnand Raj Anand, Aadesh Shrivastava and Salim-Sulaiman. In 2007, she sang her first Tamil song, "Pesugiren Pesugiren" fromSatham Podathey under Yuvan Shankar Raja's direction which earned her the Vijay Award for Best Female Playback Singer. In collaboration with Yuvan Shankar Raja, she sang several successful songs in Tamil cinema. She received a nomination for the 2009Filmfare Best Female Playback Award for the song "Kuch Khaas" from the Hindi film Fashion, composed by Salim-Sulaiman. In 2011, she sang the song "Dhunki" for Yashraj Films' Mere Brother Ki Dulhan that won her many accolades. Neha won the Stardust Award in the category New Musical Sensation - Female. Her rendition earned her further nominations at the Zee Cine Awards, Screen Awards and Apsara Awards.
Neha Bhasin has also worked as a TV hostess, hosting the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Hungama programme on Zee Music, which turned out to be top-rated programme across all music channels.
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