Mamta Sharma

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Mamta Sharma
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Background information
Born (1980-09-07) 7 September 1980 (age 40) [1]
Origin Gwalior, [2] Madhya Pradesh,
Genres Filmi, pop-folk, Indian pop
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2000 – present (as singer); 2010-present (as playback singer)

Mamta Sharma is an Indian playback singer. She is known for the song Munni Badnaam Hui from Dabangg . [3] The song was a chartbuster and fetched her several awards and nominations, including a Filmfare award for Best Playback Singer (Female). [4]

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Early life

Sharma was born in Birla Nagar, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. She completed her studies from Saint Paul's School Morar Gwalior. In school, she actively performed on stage. Later she also performed at various family events (marriage receptions, parties) with her band.[ citation needed ]

Career

Before singing for Bollywood, Bengali, she lent her voice to many Bhojpuri albums [5] She was spotted by music director Lalit Pandit who got her first break in super hit movie, Dabangg, with the item song, Munni Badnaam Hui. She also has sung the super hit song Kevvu Keka in the Telugu remake of Dabangg, Gabbar Singh. She later gave hit songs like 'Fevicol Se' & 'Tooh'.

Discography

Accolades

Wins
Nominations

See also

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References

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