Singer Shreya Ghoshal tied the knot with Mukhopadhyaya, 37, in 2015 after a courtship of just about a decade.
Popular playback singer Shreya Ghoshal and her husband, entrepreneur Shiladitya Mukhopadhyaya, on Saturday grew to become mother and father to their first youngster, a child boy.
Ghoshal, who introduced being pregnant in March, took to Twitter to share the information of child’s arrival.
Ghoshal tied the knot with Mukhopadhyaya, 37, in 2015 after a courtship of just about a decade.
She has sung a number of fashionable songs, together with ‘Ghar More Pardesiya‘ from Abhishek Varman’s 2019 interval romance Kalank, title monitor of Shashank Khaitan’s 2018 romance Dhadak, ‘Deewani Mastani‘ from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2015 interval romance Bajirao Mastani, and ‘Bairi Piya‘ from one other Bhansali interval romance from 2002, Devdas.
Devdas marked her debut in Hindi cinema, as she additionally sang the duet ‘Dola Re’ with veteran vocalist Kavita Krishnamurthy. The music, composed by Ismail Darbar and choreographed by the late Saroj Khan, was filmed on the 2 main girls, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Madhuri Dixit, as they performed Paro and Chandramukhi respectively within the movie tailored from Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Bengali novel Devdas. Shah Rukh Khan performed the titular character within the 2002 adaptation. Ghoshal additionally received her maiden Filmfare Award, together with Krishnamurthy, for ‘Dola Re.’
Besides ‘Bairi Piya,’ Ghoshal additionally received National Award for ‘Dheere Jalna’ from Amol Palekar’s 2005 interval romance Paheli, ‘Yeh Ishq Haye’ from Imtiaz Ali’s 2007 romantic comedy Jab We Met, ‘Pherari Mon’ from Aniruddha Roy Choudhary’s 2009 Bengali movie Antaheen, and ‘Jeev Rangala‘ from Rajiv Patil’s 2008 Marathi movie Jogwa.
Out of the seven Filmfare Awards Ghoshal has received in her profession, the latest was for ‘Ghoomar’ from Bhansali’s 2019 interval drama Padmaavat. She has additionally received it for ‘Teri Ore‘ from Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s 2008 ensemble comedy Singh Is Kinng, ‘Barso Re‘ from Mani Ratnam’s 2007 interval company drama Guru, and ‘Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai‘ from Amit Saxena’s 2003 romantic movie Jism.
Ghoshal has lent her voice to movies throughout a number of industries together with Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, and Tamil.
With inputs from Press Trust of India.