Funndu Artists

Anup Jalota
artist thumbnail Cricket and films are two of Anup Jalota-ji’s greatest passions. This Hindustani Classical Music maestro’s achievement has been phenomenal and he has earned a record number of 100 Certified Gold, Platinum and Multi-Platinum discs. He enjoys travelling across India, loves non-vegetarian food and is most comfortable in a pair of t-shirt and jeans.  More...
Bickram Ghosh
artist thumbnail Bickram Ghosh is a brand by himself. The Kolkata based percussionist - composer effortlessly moves between the worlds of fusion music and pure Indian Classical forms and is best known for experimenting and reinterpreting culture in the form of different shades of world music. More...
Grumpy Cat Sings
artist thumbnail For test purposes... More...
Hariharan
artist thumbnail He feels music is like a pleasant perfume; both always evoke memories of a beautiful ambience. That is why he can still feel the lovely fragrance of the Agarbatti (incense stick) and the special taste of the Prasad (religious food) that he enjoyed while learning music when he was a very young boy, no more than three-four years of age. More...
Jolly Mukherjee
artist thumbnail When Jolly Mukherjee sang, “Chandni, oh meri Chandni”, in his deep, soulful voice, all the girls blushed and felt beautiful. Popularly known as India’s “King of Strings”, through the years, he has enthralled and enchanted audiences across India and abroad with his beautiful melodies and compositions. More...
Lopamudra Mitra
artist thumbnail Lopamudra Mitra is one of the most acclaimed singers of Bengal. Two decades back, she stunned Bengal with her mellifluous voice and style. Modern Bengali poems came alive in her songs as she arrived in the music scene like a breath of fresh air. Her number - “Benimadhab Tomar Bari Jabo”- still remains a hit after 19 years and she has grabbed a prominent place in all the genres like feature films, stage shows, jingles and television. More...
Mahalakshmi Iyer
artist thumbnail Mahalakshmi Iyer has one of the sweetest and most soulful voices among the current league of singers. She sings straight from the heart and that is what translates a simple composition into an unforgettable song. This avid reader, sketch artist and lover of languages, was born to be the ‘Next Big Thing’! More...
Raghab Chatterjee
artist thumbnail Raghab Chatterjee’s peppy numbers are sure to make your feet tap to the music. The generation-X identifies his songs as a perfect mixture of modernity and soulful music. A thorough foodie and a Satyajit Ray loyalist, Raghab is a brand name in the Mumbai and Kolkata music industry. With stellar genes coming from a musical family, Raghab is a celebrity loved by all. He not only strives towards being a successful musician but also believes in upholding his quality of work. More...
Rupankar Bagchi
artist thumbnail Artistes can always plan their retirement from performances, feels singer composer Rupankar and for him, the ideal way to do that would be to settle down, away from the maddening city crowd and teach music to children. He takes the listeners to another world, singing ballads and playing his guitar. He is equally comfortable singing with a band. He not only produces hits for his numerous albums, but also his compositions have been successfully sung in the voices of other top artistes.  More...
Shaan
artist thumbnail Years ago, a very young boy lent his raw voice to the Tobo Cycles jingle, and today, he stands proud as one of India's most favorite singers. That's Shaan, the man with the velvet voice! From sports to history, his interests are as diverse and exciting as his career graph.  More...
Sowmya Raoh
artist thumbnail Sowmya Raoh, the power-packed singer, truly personifies the popular adage, ‘All good things come in small packages’! From waking us up to pretty Dream-ums, to making us groove to Nach Baliye, she is one of the most versatile and effortless singers of this generation. So, let’s Welcome the Laila, Laila lady! More...
Srikanto Acharya
artist thumbnail Srikanto Acharya, one of the most renowned singers of Bengal, grew up listening to the music of the masters on the radio. He churns out hit albums at ease with his mellifluous voice striking a chord with the listener at once. Perhaps he is one among the few singers who has risen to the pinnacle of glory without receiving any formal training in music. Srikanto loves "adda" (chat sessions) with his close group of friends and can travel any distance to listen to good Indian Classical Music.  More...