Neha Bhasin is an Indian singer and writer. She made her debut with the song Bullet – Ek Dhamaka in 2005. She worked in different languages like Hindi, Tamil, and Hindi movies. and independent songs in the genre of Indian pop and Punjabi folk music. She is the recipient of two prestigious awards Filmfare and Stardust.
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Date of Birth: 18 November 1982
(as of 2020) : 38 years
She was born in Delhi, India
Zodiac sign: Scorpio
Relationship status: Married
Neha Bhasin’s family:
Neha belongs to a Hindu family. Her father’s name is Ashok Bhasin and her mother’s name is Rekha Bhasin. On 23 October 2016, Neha married Sameer Uddin. Sameer Uddin is a famous music composer. The couple does not have any children.
She did her schooling at Frank Anthony Public School, New Delhi, and her college studies at Lady Sri Ram College, New Delhi, India.
She made her debut with the song Bullet – Ek Dhamaka in 2005. She worked in different languages like Hindi, Tamil, and Hindi movies. Although she has given her voice to many tracks, she is best remembered for the songs ‘Kuchh Khaas Hai’ from Fashion (2008), ‘Dhunki’ from Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, and “Asalaam-e-Ishqum” from Gunday (2014).
Neha Bhasin’s Physical stats and more:
Height: 5 feet 4 inches
Weight: 67 Kg
Eye color: Dark Brown
Hair color: Black
Tattoos: not known
Interesting Facts about Neha Bhasin
- Neha began her singing career as a part of the band, Viva. Notably, Viva was the first ‘all girls’ band of India, the members of which were chosen via Channel [V]’s reality show Coke [V] Popstars. The group also comprised of the future singing star, Anushka Manchanda. The band broke in the year 2004.
- Neha gets her first breakthrough in Bollywood was the song ‘Kuch has hai’ in 2007 which also got Neha her first Filmfare nomination in 2008. Neha’s debut Tamil song ‘Pesugiren Pesugiren’ was composed by Yuvan Shankar raja.
- She took training in classical music from Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.
- In October 2019, she joined the row of #MeToo India accusers who framed allegations against the famous Indian music composer and singer, Anu Malik. Bhasin tweeted in reply to another playback singer, Sona Mohapatra’s string of tweets criticizing the composer and Sony TV for hiring him back as the judge of Indian Idol.