Alisha Chinai (conceived 18 Walk 1965) is an Indian pop vocalist referred to for her Indi-pop collections as well as playback singing in Hindi film. She started her singing profession with the collection Jadoo in 1985, and by the 1990s she had become known as the ‘Sovereign of Indipop’. Her most popular tunes were with makers Anu Malik and Biddu during the 1990s. Her most popular tune is Made in India.
Chinai’s underlying collections incorporate Jaadoo, Babydoll, Aah… Alisha!, Madonna, Kamasutra, Alisha – Madonna of India and Made in India. Alisha was acquainted with Hindi movie music by the veteran music chief and author Bappi Lahiri. They had many disco hits together in many movies during the 1980s including Experiences of Tarzan, Dance, Commando, Master, Love Love, and so on. At the point when she began her profession with him, she was playback singing for the majority driving entertainers, like Karisma Kapoor, Smita Patil, Mandakini, Sridevi, Juhi Chawla, Madhuri Dixit, Divya Bharti. In 1985, Alisha sang two tunes with Remo Fernandes, in Konkani, for the collection Old Goan Gold. She likewise recorded a tune for Pankuj Parashar’s film Jalwa (1987), created by Anand-Milind. One of her greatest hits during the 1980s was “Kaate Nahin Katthe” (Mr. India), which she kept in 1987 with Kishore Kumar under the music heading of Laxmikant-Pyarelal. One more fruitful track, in 1989, was “Raat Bhar Jaam Se” from the film Tridev, which had music by Kalyanji-Anandji and Viju Shah.
During the 1990s, Chinai took on working in various movies, teaming up with other music chiefs, like Anu Malik, Anand-Milind, Rajesh Roshan and Nadeem-Shravan. Over time, she had a few Bollywood hit melodies, including “Dhak Dhak” with Aditya Pancholi (Maha-Sangram), “Jalta Hai Badan” (Balwaan), “Tere Ishq Mein Nachenge” (Raja Hindustani), “Chaa Raha Hain Pyaar Ka Nasha” (Chandra Mukhi), “Roundhe” (Pyar Tune Kya Kiya), “Sona Roop Hai” (Bollywood/Hollywood), “Mouje Mein” (Karobaar), “De Diya” (Keemat), “Ruk Ruk” (Vijaypath) and the questionable “Provocative Hot Mujhe Log Bole” (Khuddar).
Chinai recorded a collection with Lesle Lewis under the title Bombay Young lady, which incorporated the hit tune “De” delivered in 1994. At the same time, she recorded numerous melodies as a pop vocalist, with going with collection discharges. Chinai was noted for her 1995 hit single and collection, named Made in India, which was created by Biddu and proceeded to become one of the greatest selling pop collections of now is the ideal time, making Alisha turned into an easily recognized name. It contains notable melodies, for example, “Aaja Simple Dil Mein”, “Ek Baar Do Baar”, “Sun O Meri Dhadkan”, “Tu Kahan”, “Ooh La”, “Tu Jo Mila”, “Dhokha Diya Hai Re Tune Simple Dil” and “Sweetheart Young lady”. With its prosperity, Chinai reported her takeoff from playback singing and needed to focus just on confidential pop collections. In any case, her subsequent deliveries were less effective. This was likewise the period when she got into a significant contention with the one who recorded a few hit tunes with her, Anu Malik. During the arrival of Made in India, Chinai had blamed Anu Malik for attacking her. Anu Malik and Chinai didn’t labor for a long time, just to rejoin in 2003 with Ishq Vishk.
Chinai’s rebound to film music was with the melody “Goodness My Dear” in the Yash Raj film Mujhse Dosti Karoge!. From 2000 to 2009, she recorded fundamentally with Himesh Reshammiya, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Pritam. After her debate with Anu Malik during the 1990s, she fixed up with him to record for various movies, beginning with Ishq Vishk, Fida, No Access, Romantic tale 2050, Maan Gaye Mughle Azam, Terrible Aur Pagli, Chehraa and Kambakht Ishq.
In 2005, Chinai’s vocation arrived at another high when she sang “Kajra Re” (Bunty Aur Babli). The tune was a hit and won her a Filmfare Grant for Best Female Playback Vocalist. She was likewise an appointed authority on Indian Icon 3 and is an appointed authority on Zee television’s Star Ya Rockstar with Anu Malik.
- Chinai received the Filmfare Best Female Playback Award for the song “Kajra Re”, from Bunty Aur Babli (2005).
- Previously, she received the International Billboard Award in 1995, around the time Made in India came out, and also won the Freddie Mercury Award for Artistic Excellence.