Shraddha Pandit Biography
Shrraddha Pandit is an Indian playback singer
Shrraddha grew up in Mumbai amongst the glitterati of Bollywood music and cinema. She belongs to a large family of successful musicians, singers, music producers and actors. Shrradha has sung for many prolific music composers including A. R. Rahman, Anu Malik and Sajid-Wajid. She also sung for her uncles Aadesh Shrivastava and Jatin-Lalit. Shrradha comes from a family who have active and successful careers in the Bollywood film industry.
Her two siblings also have successful careers in the Bollywood industry where her sister Shweta Pandit is also a well known playback singer and her brother Yash Pandit is a film/TV star. She first sung for the film Khamoshi and then managed to garner some success when she sung for the film "Dev" a song called 'Rang Deeni', which became a popular Hindi song in 2004 within India.
Shrradha recently brought out her own album Teri Heer name where she has written and composed many of the songs herself. She puts an emphasis on expressing emotions which she hopes the listeners will respond and relate to. Her most recent work as a playback singer has been in the movie Delhi-6 in 2009. As well was Black and White which was released in 2008.