Biography

 

 In the latest, she is giving her beautiful voice to the most famous animation character, Sofia, through a new Disney Junior Series, Sofia The First on Disney Junior.

Music by Prashant Singh


Ruchi has got her vocals in her debut movie “Hum Do Anjaane” as Back Vocals in the song “Resham Si” and it has boosted her morale.

Recently she has sung songs in a yet to be released movie “Raipur Rocks”  under music director Prashant Singh. She has also sung Marathi songs and giving her voice for many recordings about to come into market.

Multifaceted Ruchi is also trying her hands in Songwriting / writing Lyrics for her coming songs which will fascinate the audience taste for sure!

Music Favorites

Her favorites include Lata ji, Shreya Ghoshal and Sonu Nigam whom she adores as her ideals in Bollywood. In Hollywood she not only keeps herself to the tracks of Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Beyonce Knowles, etc. but also has prolific and stunning control over her voice in adapting to various genres like Pop, Jazz, World Music and R&B which makes her more attractive to the current trends.

 

Guru-Shishya Parampara

Currently residing in Mumbai, she has been learning Hindustani classical under the tutelage of PadmabhushanBade Ustaad Gulam Mustafa Khan Sahab” and Kabeera Fame “Tochi Raina” in the Guru Shishya Parampara for the past two years {Bade Guruji has trained many well known singers like Lataji, Ashaji, Rashid Khan, A. R. Rehman, Sagarika, Shilpa Rao, Hariharan, Sonu Nigam, Shaan and many more}.

Earlier she completed Sangeet Visharad in Indian Classical Music with excellent grades, along with taking lessons of Hindustani Vocal from Sri. Gautam Mukherjee [Son-in-law of Famous Hemant Da] who has also mentored singers including Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sunidhi Chauhan, etc.

Earlier she also learned classical music from Yuva Ratna awarded Mr. Ritesh Mishra, son of Padm Bhushan Pt. Rajan Mishra of the highly regarded duo Pandits Rajan and Sajan Mishra who are foremost exponents of Banaras Vocal Gharana. The style incorporates several genres like the Drupad, Dhamar, Tarana, Tappa, Thumri, Bajan, etc.

She also learnt from Dr. Tarsem Lal Sharma, a well known Ghazal singer and through him Ruchi imbibed the traits of prolific musical tradition of famous Kirana Gharana in the khayal Gayakii now driven by Bharat Ratna Pandit Bhimsen Joshi.

Ruchi has shown tremendous aptitude for music since her very childhood and started her singing career at the age of 9 years by performing at her school stage in Bhiwani, spiritually called “Chhoti Kaashi” in Haryana, with the support of her affluent family basically from Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh with her father Sh. Anil Sharma and mother Smt. Geeta Sharma who themselves have deep conscience towards Singing and Classical Music. Thereafter, she never looked back and started learning classical music in the age of eleven.

She has practiced the classical singing for more than 11 years. Her first song at the age of 9, with her amazing performance, left everybody stunned and the music Pundits announced the advent of a true genius.

Versatile Musical Interests: -

Bollywood Numbers (Old and Latest numbers)
She always remains updated with the latest bollywood songs and try to grasp the song quickly.

Western Genres
Western songs are a part of her passion for singing and she always made herself comfortable in singing songs in Jazz, Pop, R&B,

Classicals and Semi-Classicals
In the advent of her classical music training, she has been taught various Bhajans based on ragas focusing Lord Krishna, Radha-Mira, Ram, etc. She also has a deep affection for pure classical songs of old era.

Rajasthani Folk
As her birth place, Bhiwani is near to Rajasthan border attached to Haryana, therefore, she is very honored to get a touch of so much musically rich soil of Rajasthan.

Ghazals
Through her musical trainer Dr. Tarsem Lal Sharma, a professional Ghazal singer, she learnt Ghazals from Film music and his own compositions as well.

Regional Language
She has mastered linguistics of not only North Indian Languages like Hindi and Rajashthani but also South Indian Languages like Tamil and Marathi.

             

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