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Swati Sharma - The singer ready to woo Bollywood with her lilting voice

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Mumbai (Feb. 02, 2015): For those who believe it’s all about contacts and luck to make it big in the film industry, here’s one woman who proves it wrong. Swati Sharma who hails from Muzaffarpur in Bihar is soon going to win over the music industry with her lilting voice. 

The singer already has become a Youtube sensation with her single Kyu Kho Gaye that got composed by Raeth, the popular Pakistani Band. Released by Zee Music Company, the song has crossed more than a lakh views within a few days of it’s release and has already become a talking point on social media platforms. 

Hailing from a small town Muzaffarpur, Bihar, Swati went onto take Sangeet Visharad from Chandigarh University’s Pracheen Kala Kendra. The singer also learned music under the tutelage of her guru Pankaj Maharaj. And maybe it’s this earnest and dedicated training that got her where she is today. Already having lend her voice to a Marathi film titled Kachra, the singer also has Bollywood movies like Ek Tera Saat, Direct Ishq and Flame in her kitty.

Well, the way with which Swati Sharma is climbing the success ladder, one can only say that it’s the talent and hardwork that matters after all, everything else just follows. Atta girl!