Sapna Mukherjee

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Saapna Mukerji (Sapna Mukherjee)
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Mukherjee at the launch of ‘KUBE’ in Mumbai in 2017
Background information
Born1975 (age 4546)
Genres Bollywood and regional filmi playback singing
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1986–2009

Sapna Mukherjee is a Bollywood playback singer who won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer for the song "Tirchi Topi Wale" in Tridev (1989). [1]

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Career

She started her singing career in 1986 when music directors, Kalyanji Anandji gave her chance to sing three songs for the movie Janbaaz . Her first breakthrough came in 1989 when Kalyanji Anandji chose her to sing "Tirchi Topi Wale" for the movie Tridev. The song went to become huge hit year.

She worked with music directors such as Nadeem-Shravan, Raamlaxman, Jatin Lalit, Anand-Milind, Viju Shah, Bappi Lahiri, Laxmikant–Pyarelal, Channi Singh, Rajesh Roshan, Anu Malik, A. R. Rahman and singers like Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar, Kumar Sanu, SP Balasubramanyam, Udit Narayan, Abhijeet, Mohammed Aziz, Vinod Rathod, Sudesh Bhosle, Sonu Nigam, Babul Supriyo, Lucky Ali, Alka Yagnik, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam.

In 2006, she came out with an album entitled "Mere Piya", which included several solo performances by herself as well as a duet together with popular singer Sonu Nigam. Lata Mangeshkar was present at the release event. [2] Sapna Mukherjee has done staging live concerts in US, Canada and the UK. [3] She sang for Bollywood leading actresses: Rekha, Dimple Kapadia, Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Juhi Chawla, Karisma Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, Sonali Bendre, Sushmita Sen among others.

Discography

Denotes films that have not yet been released
YearMovieSong(s)ComposerCo-Singer(s)Notes
1986 Janbaaz "Tera Saath Hai Kitna Pyara" Kalyanji Anandji Kishore Kumar Debut Film
"Jab Jab Teri Surat dekhu"Mahesh Gadhvi
"Pyar Do Pyar Lo"Solo
1988 Dayavan "Chahe Meri Jaan Tu Le Le" Laxmikant Pyarelal Jolly Mukherjee
"Diwani Tum Jawanon Ki"Jolly Mukherjee, Mohammad Aziz
Hatya "Main Pyar Ka Pujari" Bappi Lahiri Mohammad Aziz
1989 Tridev "Tirchi Topi Wale"Kalyanji–Anandji, Viju Shah Amit Kumar Filmfare Award Winner - Best Female Playback Singer
"Gajar Ne Kiya Hai Ishara (Oye Oye)" Alka Yagnik, Sadhana Sargam
1990 Mera Pati Sirf Mera Hai "Thandi Hawaein" Anand-Milind Shailendra Singh
Kafan "Zindagi Ka Kya Bharosa"Solo
1991 Trinetra "Kehni Hain Ek Baat" SP Balasubramanyam
Kurbaan "Zuba Zuba"Solo
Jungle Queen "Ek Do Teen"Abhijeet Bhatacharya
"Main Haan Haan Karti Hoon"
Love "Aayi Bahar Khilte Huye Gul"Solo
1992Tilak"Katata Nahin Hai Din"Udit Narayan
Honeymoon "Ghanti Baje Gulfam" Sudesh Bhosle
Police Officer "Dil Mera Kehta Hain" Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Udit Narayan, Sudesh Bhosle
Baaz "Resham Jaisa Rang"Solo
Jaagruti "Na Na Na Aana"Solo
Vishwatma "Dil Le Gayi Teri Bindiya" Viju Shah Amit Kumar, Mohammad Aziz, Udit Narayan
"Toofan"Amit Kumar, Alka Yagnik, Sadhana Sargam, Boney
Khiladi "Khud Ko Kya Samajhti Hai" Jatin-Lalit Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Udit Narayan, Kavita Krishnamurthy
Yalgaar"Ho Jata Hai Kaise Pyar" Channi Singh Kumar Sanu
"Aakhir Tumhe Aana Hai Jara Der"Udit Narayan
"Dil Dil Dil"Channi Singh
1993 King Uncle "Parody Song" Rajesh Roshan Sudesh Bhosle
Aankhen "Chaukhat Pe Tumhari Hum"Bappi LahiriKumar Sanu, Mohammad Aziz
Lootere "Oye Pape"Anand-Milind Sukhwinder Singh
Game "Macho Man"Solo
Kayda Kanoon "Tadapne Do"Solo
Jeevan Ki Shatranj "Ek Haseena Lakh Deewane"Solo
Bhagyawan "Dil Dil Dil"Amit Kumar
1994 Krantiveer "Love Rap"Amit Kumar, Sudesh Bhosle, Poornima
Anth "Dil Mera Yaha Wahan"Solo
Mahakaal "Janejaan Bahon Mein Aaja"Solo
Aatish: Feel the Fire "Aa Aa Mere Dilruba" Nadeem-Shravan Kumar Sanu
Chhoti Bahu "O Laila"Kumar Sanu
Kranti Kshetra "Shor Machaongi" Babul Supriyo
"Jaaneman Yeh Geet Nahin"Kumar Sanu
"Deewane Hai Hum Tere"Vinod Rathod
"Malan Thara Baag Mein"Vinod Rathod, Babul Supriyo, Sapna Awasthi, Suryakant
1995 Andolan "Nazar Mein Tu, Jigar Mein Tu"Kumar Sanu
"Maza Karle Meri Jaan" Bali Brahmbhatt
Ravan Raaj: A True Story "Tu Cheez Badi Hai Sakht Sakht"Viju ShahBali Brahmabhatt, Johny Lever
Zamaana Deewana "Zamaana Deewana Ho Gaya"Nadeem-Shravan Vinod Rathod, Alka Yagnik
Gaddar "Sun To Zara"Kumar Sanu, Bali Brambhatt
Yaarana "Jaadu Jaadu" Anu Malik Udit Narayan
Takkar "My Name is Laila"Anu Malik
Jallad "Aankhon Mein Kya Hain"Anand-MilindVinod Rathod
1996 Jaan "Aai Bo Who Kaata"Alka Yagnik, Bhavana Pandit
Mr. Bechara "Dekho Dekho"Vinod Rathod
Rakshak "Sundara Sundara"Vinod Rathod
Talaashi"Waqt Ko Bhala"Solo
Raja Hindustani "Tere Ishq Mein Nachenge"Nadeem-ShravanKumar Sanu, Alisha Chinai
Himmatvar "Humein Aapse Milke" Sonu Nigam
1997 Judaai "Pyaar Pyaar Karte Karte"Alka Yagnik, Abhijeet Bhattacharya
Bhai Bhai "Aankhen Jiski Mandir Masjid" Aadesh Shrivastava Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan
1998 Prem Aggan "Prem Ishwar Hain"Anu MalikUdit Narayan
Sher-E-Hindustan "Dakiya Babu Daku Hai Pakka"Anand-MilindSolo
1999 Rajaji "Sunday Ki Raat"Kumar Sanu
Gair "Laila Laila"Abhijeet Bhattacharya
Mother "Happy Days Are Here Again"Dilip Sen-Sameer SenHariharan, Roop Kumar Rathod
2000 Krodh "Sun Baba"Anand-MilindVinod Rathod
"Hai Deewana"Solo
2003 Andaaz "Rabba Ishq Na Hove"Nadeem-Shravan Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik, Kailash Kher
2004 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero "Ghoomparani" A. R. Rahman Satyanarayan Mishra
Inteqaam "Armaan Dil Ke Machalne Lage Hain"Anand-MilindSolo
Love in Nepal "Love in Nepal"Anu MalikSonu Nigam
Fida "Nazar Nazar"Udit Narayan
"Yeh Dil Jigar Jhuki Nazar"Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan
Hatya "Raat Ke Baj Gaye"Nadeem-Shravan Roop Kumar Rathod
Sheen "O Sanam Kuja Beri"Sonu Nigam
2005 Bewafaa "Pyar Ka Anjaam"Kumar Sanu, Alka Yagnik
Dus "Cham Se" Vishal–Shekhar Sonu Nigam, Shaan, Babul Supriyo, Sunidhi Chauhan
2006 Corporate "Oh Sikandar" Shamir Tandon Kailash Kher
Mere Piya (Album)"Aa Bhi Jaao Sanam" Raju Singh Sonu Nigam
"Madhbhari"
"Aas Pass"
"Main Jaanoo Na"
"Dil Mein Bhi Tum"
"Dhadkano Mein"
"Piya" Pandit Satyanarayan Mishra
2009 Sanam Teri Kasam "Yeh Dil Darr raha Hain"Nadeem-Shravan

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