Anindita Paul – an Indian singer who sings predominantly in Assamese, Bengali and Hindi languages.

Paul began singing at stage shows in Assam. She was soon a graded artist in bhajan and modern song at All India Radio Guwahati.


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Anindita Paul

 Anindita Paul is an Indian singer who sings predominantly in Assamese, Bengali and Hindi languages.

Anindita Paul is an Indian singer who sings predominantly in Assamese, Bengali and Hindi languages.

Early life

Anindita Paul was brought into the world in 1979 in Guwahati, Assam, into a Bengali group of Amal Kanti Paul and Shyamali Paul. Her dad was in the Agreement and Cautiousness branches of the Food Organization of India while her mom was a homemaker who was gifted and had acted in school fests.

Early performances

Anindita Paul was brought into the world in 1979 in Guwahati, Assam, into a Bengali group of Amal Kanti Paul and Shyamali Paul. Her dad was in the Agreement and Cautiousness branches of the Food Organization of India while her mom was a homemaker who was gifted and had acted in school fests.

She obtained a Visharad degree in Indian traditional music (vocal) from a foundation partnered to the Bhatkhande Music Organization in Lucknow. She prepared with Dwipen Roy in Guwahati and later visited Kolkata to gain from Pandit Ajoy Chakraborty. Paul started singing at stage shows in Assam. She was soon an evaluated craftsman in bhajan and present day tune at All India Radio Guwahati. However her dad had been at first reluctant about empowering her to seek after a melodic vocation, he was before long prevailed upon by her commitment to her vocal riyaaz.

Non-film music

In 2000, Paul gave her most memorable Assamese collection Bilot Tire Birai Podumor Pahi Oye (2000). The verses were written by Assamese writer Shri Kamalananda Bhattacharya (Bawli Kobi) who additionally created the structures. Paul sang three tunes, including the title track, for the collection. In 2001, Paul made her appeared in Bollywood Music Industry where she sang a melody “Kaisa Dhuan Uth Raha Hai” alongside her Co-Vocalist Zubeen Garg and Sagarika Mukherjee from Zubeen’s collection Nupur. In 2010, Paul traversed different melodic kinds with her most memorable independent collection, Tumar Prasangshat, whose title was given by the late Shri Hiren Bhattacharyya. Tumar Prasangshat was a collection of blended kinds — fundamentally current Assamese tune which had a hint of expressive dance, R&B and pop-rock while remembering native sensibilities.

In 2000, Paul gave her most memorable Assamese collection Bilot Tire Birai Podumor Pahi Oye (2000). The verses were written by Assamese writer Shri Kamalananda Bhattacharya (Bawli Kobi) who additionally created the structures.

Playback singing

One of the main female playback vocalists in Assamese, Anindita has delivered tunes for the majority highlight films. After the consideration corralled by her tune ‘Bilot Tirebirai’, Anindita got offers to sing for the vast majority Assamese music-chiefs and this prompted her true to life forward leap. Eminent Assamese writer Zubeen Garg requested that she sing his piece in the film Prem Aru Prem (2002) and this noticeable the beginning of an imaginatively remunerating affiliation which go on till date. Anindita is perceived for her felicity with delicate heartfelt numbers as well as traditional melodies and has sung in many movies for a few music-chiefs. She stays well known and her impending movies incorporate Gaane Ki Aane and Songhat. Conspicuous achievements incorporate the tunes ‘Biphol sokupanire’ from Jetuka Pator Dore (2011) and ‘Kor ejak shopun jen boroshun’ from Munin Barua’s acclaimed Dinabandhu (2004). After the last melody, Anindita moved to Mumbai however kept on being overwhelmed with appreciation from individuals who loved the tune.

Recorded works in Hindi and other languages

Anindita's singing qualifications have been laid out in a huge scope of media stages. She sang her most memorable Hindi Tune

Anindita’s singing qualifications have been laid out in a huge scope of media stages. She sang her most memorable Hindi Tune “Kaisa Dhuan Uth Raha Hai” alongside her Co-Vocalist Zubeen Garg and Sagarika Mukherjee from Zubeen’s collection Nupur in 2001. Afterward, She likewise sang under Zubeen Garg’s music course in the Hindi film Strings and the Hindi-Assamese bilingual Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Xhipare. She has murmured for a few outstanding Bengali movies, including Kumauner Konya under the music bearing of the unbelievable Ravindra Jain. She has likewise loaned her voice to the television sequential Remix (Star One) for music chief Pritam.

Anindita can be heard on the remix collection Play-Lady Blend (delivered by General Music) and Dance Assault (delivered by Saregama India Ltd. (HMV)), and has recorded two Telugu reflection melodies for famous flute player Naveen Kumar in Mumbai. Anindita has acted in the renowned Soul of Solidarity Show for Widespread Combination at Visakhapatnam in the year 2007 and as of late, she joined Shankar Mahadevan Creations’ melodic show My Country My Music. The sincerely expressive vocalist has worked close by the unbelievable Lata Mangeshkar in the Chhattisgarhi film Bhakla. At the film’s accounts, she was lucky to meet and collaborate with her senior who likewise sang a melody for the film. Anindita is a famous name in the realm of notice jingles and is the voice behind notable ads for Fair and Exquisite, Activity Flotter, Nerolac Paints, Herbalife, and iBall Andi Hd6. She has additionally sung for a notice for Care Honey Salve in Pakistan.

Paul has been nominated twice for the National Film Awards—for the song 'Kor Ejak Shopun Jen Boroshun' from the film Dinabandhu and for 'Biphol Sokupanire' from Jetuka Pator Dore.

Awards

Paul has been nominated twice for the National Film Awards—for the song ‘Kor Ejak Shopun Jen Boroshun‘ from the film Dinabandhu and for ‘Biphol Sokupanire‘ from Jetuka Pator Dore.

2004 Jyotirupa Media Award for Best Female Playback Singer for ‘Kor Ejak Shopun Jen Boroshun‘ (Dinabandhu)

2005 Prag Cine Award for Best Female Playback Singer for ‘Kor Ejak Shopun Jen Boroshun‘ (Dinabandhu)

2010 Prag Cine Award for Best Female Playback Singer for ‘Biphol sokupanire‘ (Jetuka Pator Dore)

2014 Prag Cine Award for Best Female Playback Singer for Raag (film).

2015 Assam State Award Best Female Playback Singer for Raag (film).

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