Sunday, 21 September 2014

Shweta Pandit

Shweta Pandit (born 7 July 1986) is a popular Bollywood Playback/Recording Vocalist, songwriter, composer, Performing Artist and Actor in Bollywood. She has also recorded songs for various Telugu and Tamil film songs.

At the age of four, Shweta worked with Legendary Indian Composer, Ilayaraja for the award-winning film Anjali, which was re-recorded in Hindi. She dubbed for the lead role in the film in Hindi.

Music career

Shweta got her first breakthrough with Yash Raj Films and Aditya Chopra's Mohabbatein (2000) with five songs at the age of 12. She was chosen to sing in the film, after she auditioned for the final selection among almost 500 singers. Shweta created an unbreakable record then to be the youngest Bollywood singer to be launched as the singing voice for a lead actor.

Her popular songs are from Aditya Chopra's "Ladies vs Ricky Bahl" (2011), Neal 'n' Nikki (2005), Dharmendra's Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011), David Dhawan's Partner (2007), Anees Bazmee's Welcome (2007), Ram Gopal Varma's Naach (2004) and Sarkar Raj (2009), Karan Johar's Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006), Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011) etc.

Shweta is currently the most popular singer in Telugu film industry Hyderabad.

Her Debut Record Album Main Zindagi Hoon released when she was only 16 years old with EMI Virgin Records, India. Becoming the youngest Indian-Pop star. She released 3 videos from this album, featuring herself. Her other albums include Aplam Chaplam - the Star Mix, a remix album of the classic Bollywood songs, featuring Bollywood Superstar, Salman Khan in the Music Video.

Shweta has also sung and featured for various TV Commercials and AD Jingles. Including Coca Cola (India) and green lam Laminates (India) She has sung in various Indian and Western languages and started performing live on stage, all around the world, since the age of 11, on the Children's Live Show, "Little Stars" in 1998 at the Wembley Arena in London.

In 2012, Shweta sang her first Tamil song for the movie Vettai for composer Yuvan Shankar Raja. and "Billa II" and "Aadhibhagavan" getting her the finest reviews for her renditions.

In 2011, Shweta collaborated with popular Punjabi singer and actor Harbhajan Mann for the song Sun Mere Chann Mahiya for the album Heer Ranjha (OST). Shweta has to her credit many popular Punjabi songs too.. including "Mahi Daa Sone Daa", "Je Main" "Pinky Moge Wali" and many more.


She participated as a child on the popular Indian TV music show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in 1996 with singer "Sonu Nigam" as the host.

Her first Reality Television Show as a playback singer in 2008 - "Mission Ustaad" on Channel 9x, was a show Produced by the United Nations and Judged by Oscar Winner and Music Maestro A. R. Rahman and noted Lyric and Film Writer Javed Akhtar. The show was one of the biggest television series presented by the United Nations and had accomplished singers from Bollywood performing together for various causes for the United Nations.

Live performances

In 2009 - 2010 Shweta Pandit is now a part of 2009 Oscar Winner, A R Rahman's - "Jai Ho Journey Home Concert - World Tour". Performing with the Music Legend as a leading vocalist, around the world, including India, Australia, US, UK and the Middle East and Asia.

Shweta has also performed the track "Jai Ho" from Slumdog Millionaire with 2-time Oscar Winner AR Rahman on 11 December 2010 at the Prestigious Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway which was hosted by Hollywood superstars, Denzel Washington and Anne Hathaway and attended by the King of Norway.

Featured commercials and acting career

Shweta Pandit Productions has also released the debut album of Shrradha Pandit's Teri Heer in October 2008, with Sony Music, India. She has also featured in the CocaCola Commercial (TVC) featuring Cricketer Gautam Gambhir and directed by acclaimed Dibakar Banerjee. Green Lam Laminates (TVC) Directed by AD wizard Ram Madhwani.

Pandit did a role of 'Alice', a chawl girl from Mumbai, in February 2013 film David directed by Bejoy Nambiar.

Galleries of Shweta Pandit

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