In an industry predominantly ruled by male singers, it’s quite rare to see a female talent carve out a fair share of the pie for herself without the ugly support of nepotism and other such tools. On top of that, she has not been just a one-hit wonder, but, has consistently been able to deliver chartbusters year after year. Blessed with a high octave vocal range, she is the numero uno of the playback singing industry, the rightful Soprano, Sunidhi Chauhan!
Sunidhi Chauhan started her musical journey at a tender age of 11 and has come a long way since then, producing some of the biggest hits of Bollywood. From Sheila Ki Jawani to Aaja Nachle, her explosive energy is reflected through her works. Despite having a few hiccups in her personal life, Sunidhi Chauhan has managed to make it big in the cut-throat industry of Bollywood, where people stop at nothing to bring down others.
Born in Delhi, Sunidhi first started singing at the age of 4 in local gatherings. Having won her first major award back in 1999, she has gone on to win her second prestigious Filmfare in 2010 for Sheila Ki Jawani. She has been nominated 12 times for the Filmfare Awards. Apart from that, she has won numerous other awards, establishing herself as the queen of item songs.
Xpressions, the annual cultural festival of Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar is one of the biggest cultural fests of India which has witnessed stalwarts like Farhan Akhtar, Vishal-Shekhar, Salim-Suleiman, Arijit Singh, Lucky Ali and many others. This year, the privilege to host Sunidhi Chauhan on Celeblitz, the celebrity night of Xpressions can’t be put to mere words. Sunidhi Chauhan will be the first-ever female celebrity to grace the stage of Xpressions, making a history in the 21 glorious years of Xpressions.
For a campus that never sleeps, which is always full of energy, who else could have resonated with such levels of energy other than Sunidhi Chauhan herself? If energy could have been palpable, it would have taken the form of Sunidhi, and we are privileged to host her for Xpressions’18.