Kalpana Patowary

Singer, Lyricist
Born: Oct 27, 1978
 
 

Kalpana Patowary, who hails from Assam, is a popular name in Bhojpuri music and is also a playback singer in Bollywood.

She is the daughter of Assamese folk singer Bipin Chandra Nath and the disciple of Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan. Her debut album in Bhojpuri “Gawanwa Leja Rajaji” (2003) was a massive hit. In 2010 she performed as a part of Commonwealth Games Dellhi. Monty Sharma’s “Tikhi Tikhi Mirch (Folk Version)” (“Mirch”, 2010), Pritam Chakraborty’s “Isak Se Meetha” (“Aakrosh”, 2010) and “Aila Re Aila” (“Khatta Meetha”, 2010) and Sanjeev Srivastava’s “Men Not Allowed - II” (“Men Not Allowed”, 2006) are some of the songs she has sung in Bollywood.

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Film


 

Singer

Dukh Ke Badri Dukh Ke Badri
  • Album: Chamku
    Singer: Parthiv Gohil, Kalpana Patowary, Shail Hada
    Music Director: Monty Sharma
    Lyricist: Sameer
    Genre: Filmi
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    Mona Ka Tona Mona Ka Tona
  • Album: Dhara 302
    Singer: Kalpana Patowary
    Music Director: Sahil Multy Khan
    Lyricist: Sahil Fatehpuri
    Genre: Filmi
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    Dono Aankhon Ka Shutter Dono Aankhon Ka Shutter
  • Album: Khel To Abb Shuru Hoga
    Singer: Kalpana Patowary
    Music Director: Ashfaque
    Lyricist: Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay
    Genre: Filmi
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    Salame Salame Salame Salame
  • Album: Mumbai Can Dance Saalaa
    Singer: Kalpana Patowary
    Music Director: Bappi Lahiri
    Lyricist: Taufique Palvi
    Genre: Filmi
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    Ye Aankhen Ye Aankhen
     
  • Album: Siyasat - The Politics
    Singer: Kalpana Patowary
    Music Director: Santosh Sharma
    Lyricist: Aslam Sani
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