Sunidhi Chauhan

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Sunidhi Chauhan
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Background information
Birth nameNidhi Chauhan
Born(1983-08-14) 14 August 1983 (age 31)
New Delhi, India
Genresplayback singing, Indipop
Years active1996 – present
Associated actsHaji Springer
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Sunidhi Chauhan
Sunidhi at an event.jpg
Background information
Birth nameNidhi Chauhan
Born(1983-08-14) 14 August 1983 (age 31)
New Delhi, India
Genresplayback singing, Indipop
Years active1996 – present
Associated actsHaji Springer

Sunidhi Chauhan (born Nidhi Chauhan[1] on 14 August 1983) is one of the most popular Indian playback singers and performers today, best known for her Hindi film songs in Bollywood. She has also recorded songs in several other Indian dialects and languages, such as; Oriya, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bengali, Assamese and Nepali, Urdu and English, making her one of the most recorded voices in India today with over 3000 studio recordings. Sunidhi Chauhan made her International debut with the song Heartbeat (Indian Mix), a collaboration with Enrique Iglesias. She has been awarded with prestigious national awards on several occasions and has established herself as the strongest live performer and singer in India to date. In 2014, Sunidhi Chauhan also made it to the list of Asia's sexiest Women.[2]

As per legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, Sunidhi is Numero Uno as far as singing is concerned, ahead of her contemporaries - "Sunidhi can sing all kinds of songs. And her voice and style have all the elements that Gen- Now hankers after. Shreya is good, but she is number two. Sunidhi is numero uno." [3]

Award winning composer and singer Shankar Mahadevan has stated on many occasions that Sunidhi is the Best female singer live-performer in India today.[4]

Chauhan began to sing at the age of four[5] and was discovered by a local TV anchor.[6] She won recognition through a televised singing contest, Meri Awaz Suno, which she won, and made her entrance into playback singing with the Hindi film Shastra' at the tender age of 13'.

Her breakthrough was Ram Gopal Varma's film Mast, in which she sang the hit song "Ruki Ruki Si Zindagi."[6] She has been nominated for fourteen Filmfare Awards, winning it on two occasions as well as a Filmfare RD Burman Award for New Music Talent. She has won two Star Screen Awards, two IIFA Awards and one Zee Cine Award.

She started her singing career as a child, giving her first performance at the age of four, in a local temple in Delhi.[5] She did her early studies in Greenway modern School, Dilshad Garden in Delhi. Thereafter, she began to participate in, and sing for, competitions and local gatherings. When the famous stage and TV anchor Tabassum spotted her talent, she made her sing live in her show Tabassum Hit Parade and asked her family to shift to Mumbai. Tabassum then introduced her to Kalyanji and Anandji Bhai. Her family shifted to Mumbai in a bid to further develop the young singer's skills, and Chauhan became the lead singer in Kalyanji's 'Little Wonders' troupe.[6]

Recognition first met her in 1996, through the music show Meri Aawaz Suno – the first such televised contest in India – which was broadcast through the Indian national television channel, Doordarshan. She won the competition and bagged the top prize of recording an album, Aira Ghaira Nathu Khaira, with HMV.[6]

Unluckily for Chan, Aira Ghaira Nathu Khaira was promoted as a children's album and failed to get the recognition it deserved.[6] In 2002, Chauhan observed this in an interview: "My first song and the contest did not help me much. Nothing happened for a while. But by then, I had made up my mind that I will pursue singing as a career."[7]

Chauhan stepped into the world of playback singing with the 1996 Bollywood film, Shastra,[6][8] after Aadesh Srivastava asked her to lend her voice to the song "Larki Deewaani Dekho, Ladka Deewaana."[7] She followed it with work in films like Gang, Veergati, Dahek, Bade Dilwala, Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat and Samar. By the age of nineteen, Chauhan had lent her voice to over 350 songs.[7]

Breakthrough and later work with Anu Malik[edit]

Ram Gopal Varma's Mast, in which she sang the hit song "Ruki Ruki Si Zindagi" and three others, including the title song.[6] In an interview, while speaking of Mast, she said:"Whatever I am today, I owe to Mast. I met Sandeep Chowta through Sonu Nigam, and fifteen days later, Mast was in my lap. I was only sixteen then."[7]

In February 2007, as part of its marketing campaign and launch of Windows Vista in India, Microsoft hired Sunidhi Chauhan to sing the "Windows Vista Song"[8] titled "Wow is Now". This song features English and Hindi lyrics proclaiming the many 'glamorous' features of the Windows Vista operating system.

Sunidhi has sung Oriya movie songs (Abhimanyu and Most Wanted) too..

Chauhan sung for the Hindi-dubbed version of Disney's movie, High School Musical[8] – songs that were sung by Vanessa Anne Hudgens in the English version. Moreover, she was the singer of the English language song "Reach Out" at the opening ceremony of the 2006 Asian Games at Doha, Qatar.[8]

2008 was a highly successful year for the young singer, as she went on to deliver a huge number of superhit songs like "Chhaliya" (Tashan), "Rock Mahi," "Lucky Boy," "Desi Girl" (Dostana), "Dance Pe Chance" (Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi), and "Race Saanson Ki" (Race) that resulted in her winning the "Kelvinator GR8! FLO Women Award 2009" for her contribution to music.[9][10]

In April 2010, Chauhan joined Anu Malik and Salim Merchant as a judge on the fifth season of the immensely popular singing talent show Indian Idol 5. She also judged the sixth season of Indian Idol alongside Asha Bhosale, Anu Malik and Salim Merchant.

Sunidhi Chauhan is known as one of the strongest live performers in India today, which also made her the first-ever recipient of the prestigious "Chevrolet GIMA (Global Indian Music Awards) of Best Live Performer- Female."


Sunidhi performing a live concert

Chauhan has collaborated with Indian singers such as Alka Yagnik, Shaan and Udit Narayan. She is known for her popular pairing with Sukhwinder Singh (in films such as Omkara and Aaja Nachle). She is most often paired with singer Sonu Nigam and with the female playback singer Shreya Ghoshal, whom critic's view as a stiff competitor of Chauhan.[11] She had done a duet with Pakistani singer Faakhir Mehmood for the album Mantra. She has collaborated with Enrique Iglesias, on a song titled as "Heartbeat (India Mix)" which was included on Iglesias' album Euphoria (Special Indian Edition). She has collaborated with the renowned Pakistani band Junoon, on two songs, as well as with Indian singers Raghav Sacchar, Apache Indian and Ishq Bector.

Lyricists she has worked with include Jaideep Sahni, Irshad Kamil, Gulzar, Sameer, Prasoon Joshi, Swanand Kirkire, Javed Akhtar and Anand Bakshi;[12][unreliable source?] and the music directors include Vandemataram Srinivas, Bappi Lahiri, A. R. Rahman, Ilaiyaraja, Harris Jayaraj, Yuvan, Himesh Reshammiya, Anu Malik, Jatin Lalit, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Pritam Chakraborty, Rajesh Roshan, Nadeem-Shravan, Anand-Milind, Vishal-Shekhar, M. M. Keeravani and others.[7][12]

Chauhan is one of the few female singers of the present generation who have lent their voice for most of the leading actresses in the Hindi entertainment industry, among those include Amisha Patel, Rekha, Madhuri Dixit, Kajol, Sridevi, Aishwarya Rai, Preity Zinta, Rani Mukerji, Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Bipasha Basu, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, Urmila Matondkar, Shilpa Shetty, Sushmita Sen, Shamita Shetty, Lara Dutta, Dia Mirza, Esha Deol, Anushka Sharma, Parineeti Chopra, Jacqueline Fernandez, Konkona Sen Sharma, Gauhar Khan, Mumaith Khan and Rakhi Sawant.[13] She was the main singer who lent voice for the comebacks of three leading Bollywood actresses; Kajol, in the movie Fanaa, Madhuri Dixit in Aaja Nachle and Sridevi in the film English Vinglish.[13]

In 2011, Chauhan got her breakthrough in international pop world by collaborating with international pop star Enrique for Hindi version of song Heartbeat and becomes first Indian female singer for an international collaboration. In 2013, Sunidhi has released her first single, Ab Laut Aa, with Sanjoy Deb in the Electronic Dance Music genre.[14]

Special appearances[edit]

In October 2008, Chauhan appeared on a special episode of the singing contest, Star Voice of India, alongside composer Ashu Dhruv, to promote their film Drona.[15]

She was a guest RJ for India's Radio City 91.1 FM's new morning show, Musical-e-Azam[16] where, over her week-long stint, she interviewed the likes of Kunal Ganjawala, Daler Mehendi, Sukhwindar, Adnan Sami and Gulzar.

She appeared on the Femina Miss India 2011 contest and X-factor India to promote her song "HEARTBEAT," a song in collaboration with the international pop star Enrique Iglesias in his album Euphoria.

Personal life[edit]

Sunidhi Chauhan at her wedding reception at Taj Lands End

Chauhan was born in Delhi. She did her schooling at JNV, Gonda, UP. Her father is a minor theatre personality who pushed her into the music industry from a young age. She has a younger sister, Suneha.[17]

Chauhan, who is believed to be the most versatile singer today, attributes her success to her parents and Indian singer Sonu Nigam.[8] She has cited Sadma (1983) as her favourite film; gymnastics and cricket as her favourite sports; and Akshaye Khanna and Madhuri Dixit as her favourite actors.[18] Chauhan also loves western music and cites Mariah Carey and Michael Jackson as her inspirations. She has noted that one of her ambitions is to achieve global fame like they did.[6] She is known for her admiration of international divas Celine Dion and Whitney Houston.

After entering the film industry, Chauhan upgraded her wardrobe and lost twelve kilos by jogging and working out.[7] In an early interview, she revealed a "secret dream" of seeing herself as a Bollywood actress, saying, "I have many acting offers too, but I don't want to rush it. Frankly, I would like to do just one or two films to fulfill that secret dream of seeing myself as an actress. But my life is singing and my aim is to keep singing better."[7]

In 2002, at the age of 18, Chauhan married director and choreographer Bobby Khan, after working on the music video for "Pehla Nasha."[19] It was reported that the couple married in a secretly arranged ceremony, attended only by very close friends and vigilantly watched over by security.

Chauhan was initially happy with the marriage. In an interview, she said : "My in-laws don't make me feel I am 'married'. I don't feel I have stepped into a new house. I am so comfortable. And Bobby is a darling. I am very, very happy."[7]

On the downside, the marriage caused a rift between the young singer and her parents, who considered the union unsuitable and consequently disowned her.[20] However, Chauhan and Khan separated a year later, bringing about a reconciliation between the estranged parents and daughter.[21] Chauhan, who lived with mentor, actor and TV anchor, Annu Kapoor and his wife Arunita during the separation, filed for divorce the same year, citing that she had realised she and Khan "wanted different things from life."

On 27 April 2012, Sunidhi Chauhan married childhood friend and music composer Hitesh Sonik at a low profile wedding ceremony in Mumbai,[22] but the reception the couple threw saw some colleagues from the industry in attendance. Pankaj Kapur, Supriya Pathak, Farah Khan, Vishal Dadlani, Asha Bhonsle, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Smita Thackeray, Alka Yagnik, Konkona Sen Sharma were spotted at the reception.[23]


Sunidhi released her first single on 11 April 2013.[24]

1."Ab Laut Aa"  Niranjan Iyengar, Gaurav DagaonkarSanjoy Deb4:52

Punjabi films[edit]

2004Pind Di KudiMuqabla
2004Asa Nu Maan Watna DaYaara Oh Dildara
2005Yaraan Naal BaharaanKhedan De Din Chaar and Le Mein Teri
2006Dil Apna PunjabiSohna Munda and Sun Haan Mere Diye
2006Rabb Ne Banaiyan JodieanKadd Pyaar Ho Gaya and Sada Kee Ae
2007Mitti Wajaan MaardiMeriya Dhola
2008Sat Sri AkalIk Mik Ho Gaye and Raunkan Shaunkan
2009Tera Mera Ki RishtaJag To Luko Ke Rakhi
2009Munde UK DeDo Ghut Pee Lay
2009Lagda Ishq HogayaNasha – Nasha
2009Apni Boli Apna DesPyar
2009Akhiyan Udeek DiyanKaach Da Saaman
2009Heer RanjhaPehli Raat Milaap Di
2010Lad Gaya PechaTere Bin
2010Tere Ishq NachayaIshq Da Chaska
2011Ek NoorNikki Jehi and Pyar Taan Pehlan Vee See
2012Mirza – The Untold StoryDil Tera
2012Carry On JattaRoula Pai Gaya
2012SirphirePatang Wali Dor
2012Power CutBijli
2012Munde Patiale DeAkhian Nu Neend Na Sajna Aave
2013Lucky Di Unlucky StoryIshq E da Rog
2013Yamley Jatt YamleyBoliyan
2014Kirpaan: The Sword of HonourEhsas Da Rishta
2014Jatt James BondSariyan De Akh
2014Disco SinghLatto
2014Jatt James BondChandi Di Dabbi
2014Dil Vil Pyaar VyaarSaanu Te Aisa Mahi and Thumka Laga Lai Saade Naal
2014Aa Gaye Munde U.K DeTere Faasle

Tamil films[edit]

YearFilmSong NameComposer
2003DhoolKundu KunduVidyasagar
2004GhilliShalla la Shalla laVidyasagar
2006VallavanVallava EnaiYuvan Shankar Raja
2008KuruviHappy New YearVidyasagar
2008KaalaiGutka LakadiG. V. Prakash Kumar
2008ThoondilKadhal Kadavulai PoleAbhishek Ray
2008ThoondilRatham SindhaathaAbhishek Ray
2012NanbanIrukkana IduppirukkanaHarris Jayaraj
2012Neethaane En PonvasanthamMudhal MuraiIlaiyaraaja
2014JillaJingunamaniD. Imman
2014Oru Modhal Oru KadhalPunjabiya ParthaK.R. Kawin
2014Aaha KalyanamBon BonDharan Kumar
2014Maan KarateDarling Dumbakku...Anirudh Ravichander
2014Aindhaam Thalaimurai Sidha Vaidhiya SigamaniOnnuna Rendu VarumSimon
2014KaththiSelfie PullaAnirudh Ravichander
2014AneganRoja KadaleHarris Jayaraj

Kannada films[edit]

Telugu films[edit]

Malayalam films[edit]

Pakistani film songs[edit]

1998MajajaniPerformed with Abrar for album Majajani
2007Mohabbataan SachiyaanGaliyan Galiyan Husan Diyaan
2011Love Mein GhumIlah Ilah
2012YaaronPerformed with Junoon (band)
2012Kaise BolunPerformed with Junoon (band)
2013ArmaanKo Ko Korina
2013AnjumanAap Dil Ki Anjuman Mein
Dil Dharke Main Tum Se
Nominated – Tarang Housefull Awards for Best Song
Winner – Tarang Housefull Awards for Best Song
2013Aina"Ruthey ho tum"

TV Series[edit]


Chauhan in March 2003.

Awards and honours[edit]

YearCategorySong and FilmResult
Filmfare Awards
2000Best Playback Singer – Female"Ruki Ruki" (Mast)Nominated
2001R. D. Burman Award for Most Promising Newcomer[27]Won
Best Playback Singer – Female"Mehboob Mere" (Fiza)Nominated
2005Best Playback Singer – Female"Dhoom Machale" (Dhoom)Nominated
2006Best Playback Singer – Female"Kaisi Paheli" (Parineeta)Nominated
Best Playback Singer – Female"Deedar De" (Dus)Nominated
2007Best Playback Singer – Female"Beedi Jalaile" (Omkara)Won
Best Playback Singer – Female"Soniye" (Aksar)Nominated
Best Playback Singer – Female"Aashiqui Main" (36 China Town)Nominated
2008Best Playback Singer – Female"Aaja Nachle" (Aaja Nachle)Nominated
Best Playback Singer – Female"Sajnaji Vari Vari" (Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.)Nominated
2009Best Playback Singer – Female"Dance Pe Chance" (Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi)Nominated
2010Best Playback Singer – Female"Chor Bazari" ( Love Aaj Kal)Nominated
2011Best Playback Singer – Female"Udi" ( Guzaarish)Nominated
Best Playback Singer – Female"Sheila Ki Jawani" ( Tees Maar Khan)Won
Star Screen Awards
2001Best Playback Singer – FemaleBhumro for Mission KashmirNominated
2004Best Playback Singer – Female"Meri Zindagi Mein Aaye Ho for ArmaanNominated
2004Best Playback Singer – FemaleSajna Ve Sajna for ChameliWon
2005Best Playback Singer – FemaleDhoom Machale (Dhoom)Nominated
2006Best Playback Singer – Female"Kaisi Paheli" (Parineeta)Nominated
2008Best Playback Singer – FemaleSajnaji Vaari for Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.Nominated
2009Best Playback Singer – FemaleDance Pe Chance for Rab Ne Bana Di JodiNominated
2010Best Playback Singer – FemaleChor Bazari for Love Aaj KalNominated
2011Best Playback Singer – FemaleSheila Ki Jawani for Tees Maar KhanNominated
Awards of the International Indian Film Academy
2001Best Female Playback SingerMehboob Mere for FizaNominated
2005Best Female Playback SingerDhoom Machale for DhoomWon
Best Female Playback SingerSajna Ve for ChameliNominated
2006Best Female Playback SingerKaisi Paheli for ParineetaNominated
Best Female Playback SingerDeedar De for DusNominated
2007Best Female Playback SingerCrazy Kiya Re for Dhoom 2Nominated
Best Female Playback SingerBeedi Jalaile for OmkaraWon
2008Best Female Playback SingerAaja Nachle for Aaja NachleNominated
2009Best Female Playback SingerDesi Girl for DostanaNominated
2010Best Female Playback SingerChor Baazari for Love Aaj KalNominated
2011Best Playback Singer – FemaleSheila Ki Jawani for Tees Maar KhanNominated
Best Playback Singer – FemaleAinvay Ainvay for Band Baaja BaraatNominated
Best Playback Singer – FemaleUdi for GuzaarishNominated
2012Best Playback Singer – FemaleTe Amofor Dum Maaro DumNominated
Zee Cine Awards
2005Best Female Playback SingerDhoom Machale for DhoomWon
Best Female Playback SingerKaise Paheli Zindagi for ParineetaNominated
2007Best Female Playback SingerBeedi Jalaile for OmkaraNominated
Apsara Awards
2004Best Female Playback SingerBhage Re Mann for ChameliNominated
2006Best Female Playback SingerDhoom Machale for DhoomNominated
2008Best Female Playback SingerAaja Nachle (Aaja Nachle)Nominated
Best Female Playback SingerSajna Vaari (Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.)Nominated
2010Best Female Playback SingerChor Bazari (Love Aaj Kal)Nominated
2011Best Female Playback SingerAinvayi Ainvayi (Band Baaja Baaraat)Nominated
Best Female Playback SingerSheila Ki Jawani (Tees Maar Khan)Won
2012Best Female Playback SingerTe Amo (Dum Maaro Dum)Nominated
Best Female Playback SingerAa Zara (Murder 2)Nominated
Global Indian Film Awards
2005Best Female Playback SingerDhoom Machale (Dhoom)Won
2006Best Female Playback SingerBeedi Jalaile (Omkara)Won
2011Best Female Playback SingerSheela ki jawani (Tees Maar Khan)Won
GIMA Awards
2011Best Playback Singer – Female"Sheela Ki Jawaani" (Tees Maar Khan)Won
Best Playback Singer – Female"Udi" (Guzaarish)Nominated
Best Playback Singer – Female"Ainvay Ainvay" (Band Baaja Baraat)Nominated
2012Best Playback Singer – FemaleGun Guna for AgnipathNominated
2014Best Playback Singer – FemaleKamli for Dhoom 3Nominated
BIG Star Indian Music Awards
2011Best Playback Singer – FemaleNeeyat Kharaab Hai for Teen PattiWon
Central European Bollywood Awards
2006Best Playback Singer – FemaleMere Haat Mein for FanaaWon
2007Best Playback Singer – Female"Sajnaji Vaari" (Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.)Nominated
2010Best Playback Singer – FemaleUdi for GuzaarishWon
Mirchi Awards
2011Best Playback Singer – FemaleUdi for GuzaarishNominated
Best Playback Singer – FemaleSheela Ki Jawaani for Tees Maar KhanNominated
2012Best Playback Singer – FemaleIshq Sufiyana for The Dirty PictureWon
2013Best Playback Singer – FemaleGun Gun Guna for AgneepathNominated
Bollywood Movie Awards
2005Best Playback Singer – FemaleDhoom Machale for DhoomWon
Vijay Awards
2012Best Playback Singer – FemaleMudhal Murai for Neethaane En PonvasanthamNominated
Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Music Awards
2010Best Playback Singer – FemaleSheila Ki Jawaani for Tees Maar KhanNominated
2013Best Playback Singer – FemaleHalkat Jawaani for HeroineNominated
2014Best Playback Singer – FemaleTere Mere Beech Mein for Sudh Desi RomanceNominated
2014Best Playback Singer – FemaleDilli Wali Gilfriend for Yeh Jawaani Hai DeewaniNominated
Big Star Entertainment Awards
2010Best Playback Singer – FemaleSheila Ki Jawaani for Tees Maar KhanWon
2011Best Playback Singer – FemaleAa Zara for Murder 2Nominated
2012Best Playback Singer – FemaleChokra Jawan for IshaqzaadeNominated
2012Best Playback Singer – FemaleHalkat Jawaani for HeroineNominated
2013Best Playback Singer – FemaleDilli wali Girlfriend for Yeh Jawaani Hai DeewaniNominated
Tarang Housefull Awards
2013Best Playback Singer – FemaleDil Dharke Main Tum Se for AnjumanWon
2013Best Playback Singer – FemaleAap Dil Ki Anjuman Mein for AnjumanNominated
(Source: Bollywood Hungama)

Other awards and honours[edit]


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