Bhoomi Trivedi – A Melodious Rise To Fame!
She doesn’t just rock but makes everyone roll to her harmony! The talented singer Bhoomi Trivedi had her claim to fame moment post participation in the singing reality show, Indian Idol’s fifth season (2010). Other than lending her soulful voice to popular Bollywood chartbusters, she’s also recorded for several Gujarati films.
The young talent soon became a house hold name after her rendition in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram Leela where she sang the sensuous upbeat number, Ram Chahe Leela and won several awards for the same. The groovy number not only stole millions of hearts but also received critical appreciation.
A source informs, “Bhoomi is surely on her way to tell a glorious tale of overtaking the world through her sensational voice. The vocal powerhouse delivered two huge Bollywood hits this year which were an integral part of promising mainstream cinema.”
“She nailed another hit number Udi Udi Jaye along with Sukhwinder Singh from Shah Rukh Khan-Mahira Khan starrer Raees crossing 129,278,677 views on You Tube. Another victory was her addictive diva tune from SRK’s yet another movie Zero namely Husn Parcham featuring the marvelous Katrina Kaif. This melody also created a huge stir bagging 42,108,047 views on You Tube. While Husn Parcham is still ranking high on the list of charbusters, Udi Udi will be completing two years on 12th January. Hence, she’s definitely touted to be the most sought after Bollywood singers in the current musical scenario,” quips the source.
“The prolific singer who also sung for the film, Hero – Dance Ke Legend also featured in the singing reality show, Kids first live singing reality show was in &tv (and tv) as a mentor . Be it Ram Chahe Leela which had a touch of Gujarati folk to Husn Parcham with a western touch, Bhoomi has effortlessly showcased her talent as a versatile singer-performer,” the source adds.
Besides this, Bhoomi performs for various solo live shows and for music composer duo, Salim-Sulaiman actively. She recently sang thumris and mujras for the renowned character Chandramukhi in the popular play, Devdas.
Bhoomi says, “It’s indeed a dream come true to have such a successful musical year. I’m immensely grateful for the opportunities that came my way.”
“The music dynamic is changing rapidly. There is a lot of interesting fusion occurring with folk and western elements added to mainstream Bollywood numbers. I’m looking forward to experimenting different genres to explore music and push the envelope as a singer and performer,” the musical star on rise affirms.
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