Shreya Ghoshal was from the small town called Rawatbhata in Rajasthan where Shreya started learning music at the tender age of four. Her real break came when she won a TV reality show where she impressed director Sanjay Leela Bhansali with her vocal prowess. She became the voice of the protagonist Paro and went on to win a National Award for Devdas. She showcased her musical variations last year by making the masses groove to Chikni Chameli and Ooh La La Ooh La La and then ensured that they fell in love with the romantically intense Saibo and Teri Meri. With umpteen popular trophies and four National Awards in her kitty, this pitch-perfect songstress seems unstoppable at the moment!
Bollywood singer Shreya Ghoshal will be singing for an American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) sponsored nine-city spectacular musical program combined with educational and networking opportunities across the United States. The program has been organized with the objective of bringing continuing medical education (CME) and non-CME sponsored medical lectures, exhibits, gala dinner, community outreach talks and lively musical night in each of the nine cities, AAPI The program starts with the first performance on Sep 21 in Charlotte, North Carolina with the grand finale on Oct 7 in San Jose, California. The National Promoter are Shri Balaji Entertainment shri Darshan Mehta and Rocky Kaushal.
Tristate performances will be on this weekend on September 15th at Sun Bank Central, Trenton, New Jersey organized by Kanu Chauhan of Raj Sun Entertainment and New York Sep 22 by AAPI.