|Artist Birtday :
|04/10/1994 (Age 30)
|Born In :
|Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India
Swati Sharma was born on 4 October 1994 in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India. She is working as a playback singer in the Indian film industry. One of her songs Banno Tera Swagger from the movie “Tanu Weds Manu: Return” has been very popular among the masses, and with the success of this song, she reached the peak of a new height in her career. She is also well known for producing music for Bollywood movies. In 2017, Having performed at the Eiffel Tower, She became the first-ever Indian who did so.
Swati belongs to Muzaffarpur, Bihar, in northeast India. Her father used to work in a private company and his mother was a housewife. Her family originally belong to Sikar, Rajasthan, and her work is also very much inspired by this Rajasthani heritage.
Her passion for music sparked at a tender age and she started learning music at the age of seven. Seeing her passion, she got encouraged by her family to make a career in the music industry.
Sharma’s father was supportive of her learning music. She was admitted to Pankaj Maharaj, a musical school in Kolkata to take education in music. then she went to Chandigarh University to take further education in music.
At the same time, She was also working as a playback singer. In Lucknow, She used to perform devotional hymns before the audience lively and also produced devotional albums for that she got much appreciation from the masses.
Having finished her studies, Swati started following her career in music in Mumbai. She started approaching musicians for work by using social media and personally. In 2015, Tanishk Bagchi a well-known film score composer in the film industry contacted her and signed her to sing a romantic song for an upcoming film. She sang the song Banno Tera Swagger, for the movie “Tanu Weds Manu: Returns”. The film was a super hit and the song was very popular among the masses. With the popularity of this song, Sharma gained a dramatic height in her popularity.
Sharma kept recording albums and performing playback singing. In 2016, She received many music awards including the GIMA Awards, Lion Gold Awards, and Radio Mirchi Disc Awards for the song “Banno” of the movie “Tanu Weds Manu Return”.