Sona Mohapatra

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Sona Mohapatra : singer and lyricist From Cuttack Rocking allover !

Sona Mohapatra is an Indian singer and lyricist .
She was born in Cuttack, Odisha.
She has performed in concerts across the world and has been featured in albums, singles, concert webcasts, music videos, Bollywood films and advertisements.
In addition to her own material, Mohapatra has recorded remixes of songs by David Bowie, with “Let’s Dance”, and INXS, with “Afterglow”, with the latter proving particularly successful.
Sona is an engineering graduate (an engineering degree from College of Engineering and Technology (CET), Bhubaneswar, took her MBA degree from Symbiosis, Pune, and worked as the brand manager in Marico. She is also the elder sister of Pratichee Mohapatra of the band Viva.

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Her first ventures in music industry started with jingles & remixes. One of her famous jingle was for Tata Salt – Kal Ka Bharat Hai.In 2007 .

She released her debut album, Sona, on Sony Records, which sought to explore the diverse styles of rock, rhythm and blues, Flamenco, Hindustani, Baul and Romani music.
In 2009, she released the single Diljale. She recently sung a song ‘Bedardi Raja’
In the movie Delhi Belly for Aamir Khan Production’s and did a cameo in it.
She has also sung theme songs “Mujhe Kya Bechega Rupaiya” and “Ghar Yaad Aata Hai Mujhe” for the TV show Satyamev Jayate .

[OdiaLive.com] 04 – Rupaiyya – Saytamev Jayate (2012) 

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  1. U r rite Priti Madam .. She s the the pride of Odisha . Now she s one of the leading female singer of India . Hats off to Her .

  2. Heaven Flower on

    Really she is not only the pride of India but also of Odisha.But if she has not shown yet the magic of her voice in Odia Industry she should.

  3. Sona is not only a beautiful person, but, she also has an amazing voice, awesome personality and a warm heart, a feeling soul. Just an overall amazing person.Keep on performing your best. God Bless you always.

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