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MADHUSHREE, originally named as Sujata Bhattacharya, was just seven years old when she was introduced to the legendary music director, Madan Mohan, which changed her life. He was so impressed by her voice that he decided to take her under his guidance and was the first to predict that her talent in Khayal gayaki would hold her in good position as a playback singer in Hindi films.
Since then Madhushree has become a versatile singer and performer with true star quality and has been credited with playback singing for super-hit films like Rang De Basanti, Kisna, Swades, Yuva, Kal Ho Na Ho, Kuchh Naa Kaho, Tehzeeb, Saathiya, and many more in Bollywood.
She has also performed with legends of the music industry, like AR Rahman, Udit Narain, Hariharan, Sukhwinder Singh, Shankar Mahadevan, Alka Agnik, Chitra, and Sadhana Sargam, to name a few. Training in both classical as well as light music has laid a strong foundation for her timeless voice to be reckoned among the leading singers of Bollywood today, credited with many live events and shows across international and Indian audiences.
Winning the Sony Stardust Award 2005 for Best Female Singing Sensation for her song "Kabhi Neem Neem…" in Yuva was the turning point of her life, and Madhushree as singing star was born. "A lot of my songs have been recorded for the Bollywood films, a success that has made me what I am today. I would like to share with my fans and audiences, in front of thousands of cheering people, and give them a memorable evening to cherish," she concludes. Her debut album is due shortly.