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Pi's Lullaby - Life of Pi -
Bombay Jayashree - Tamil Song
 

Bahut Rahi Babul Ghar Dulahin -
Hazrat Amir Khusro - Shubha Mudgal
Shubha Mudgal, Padmashri awarded, world famous Hindustani vocalist, is a recipient of Special achievement award at Chicago International Film festival. A versatile artist, her music ranges from classical, khayal, thumri, dadra to pop.

Her repertoire ranges from mystic and sufi poetry which includes rarely heard texts of Vaishnava pushti-marg poets, Nirguna poets like Kabir, Meera, Tulsi, Amir Khusru, Namdev, Sanskrit chants.
Few of her famous songs are
"ab ke sawan", "dholna" and from movies like
Chandni bar, hazaaron Khwaishein aisi, Satta, chunari mein daag, Kabul express.

Bombay Jayashri, Oscar nominated for the haunting "Pi's Lullaby" in the movie Life of Pi, is among the world-renowned new generation musicians from India. Rooted strongly in traditional Carnatic music, her penchant for creativity has helped her explore new genres of world music and bring Carnatic music closer to the western world. Her fame is beyond classical Carnatic boundaries. Her work transcends geographic and cultural boundaries as she collaborates with musicians of other genres, dancers and theatre artists, across the globe.

Besides, she has distinct fan following for her numerous film songs like
"zara zara mehaktha hai" "khulke muskurale", "kaiyil veenai", "partha mudhal"
in diverse Indian languages.
 
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