Vivienne Pocha is an Hindi film playback singer and musician. She started singing when she was only twelve years old. She started her career as a singer with theatre musicals and has worked on plays like “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Blood Brothers” and “The Sound of Music”.
A self-taught singer, she has performed with Indian classical singers like Shoba Gurtu and Trilok Gurtu. She has sung for films like "Taare Zameen Par" (2007), “Yuvvraaj” (2009) and "Delhi 6" (2009).
Vivienne plays a number of musical instruments and also runs her own rock band called “Ashu” that has performed internationally. She acted in the short documentary film “My Daddy Strongest” in 2009.