Jonita Gandhi: Jonita Gandhi's career started with YouTube covers of songs such as “Pani Da Rang” and “Yeh Honsla” when she was 17 years old. They went viral and brought her under the radar of Bollywood composers. Guess her genre of music:
Neha Kakkar: “Even five years after she participated in Indian Idol, Neha Kakkar failed to get any work in Bollywood, so she started performing more. This was also when people started referring to her as the "Jai Mata Di girl" due to her early-on performances at religious events to make a living. It was only in 2008 that she launched her debut album.” Guess her genre of music.
Neha Bhasin: “After her tryst as a part of Viva, India’s first girl-band which disbanded in early 2004, it took Neha Bhasin three years to get life back on track. She cracked Bollywood with the song 'Kuch Khass Hai' in the movie Fashion in 2007, and was even nominated for it!” Guess her genre of music.
Asha Bhosle: “In the early 1960s, when prominent playback singers like Geeta Dutt, and Lata Mangeshkar dominated the singing for the female lead, Asha used to get the assignments they refused: singing for the ‘vamps’, or songs in the second-grade movies. Her first success was in BR Chopra's Naya Daur (1957), composed by him.” Guess her genre of music.
Usha Uthup: “Wearing a saree and leg prosthetic at the age of 20, Usha Uthup began her career singing at a nightclub in Chennai. Years later, she was spotted by a crew member of Shashi Kapoor's film and got her first Bollywood break as a playback singer for Hare Rama Hare Krishna.” Guess her genre of music
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