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And then, there’s of course a whole new side to her personality that gets unleashed in songs like ‘Ishq Shava’ (Jab Tak Hai Jaan) and ‘Malang’ (Dhoom 3) making you wonder if it is really the same singer!
Her slightly nasal tone teases you into an unusual rustic seduction that you cannot fight. There’s a distinct identity to all of her songs like ‘Judai’ (Badlapur), ‘Phir Le Aaya Dil’ (Barfi), ‘Kabira’ (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani) and ‘Darling’ (7 Khoon Maaf).The wacky spunk in her voice is simply infectious, especially in songs like ‘Tera Naam Japdi Phiran’ (Cocktail), ‘Party On My Mind’ (Race 2), ‘Subah Hone Na De’ (Desi Boyz) and ‘Badtameez Dil’ (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani). Just one ‘Dooriyan Bhi Hai Zaroori’ (Break Ke Baad) was enough to sweep us off our feet. The young woman behind the brilliant background score in ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’ who can give most successful music directors in the industry a run for their money, Sneha Khanwalkar is an even better singer.And if you still doubt her potential, go listen to ‘O Gujariya’ from Queen! If there was one word that could describe her work as a singer, it would be wacky!While most female singers stick to the coy, feminine tone, this badass went all out there and stole Honey Singh’s limelight with some loud and unabashed singing in ‘Yaar Na Miley’ (Kick), and that’s a huge feat. It is sad that such a great song largely went unnoticed.Singing alongside Arijit Singh and making your presence felt is no piece of cake.
Now that she’s had a promising start, we hope she has more chart busters lined up! Rahman signed her on for a few tracks in ‘Guru’ and ‘Raavan’ speaks volumes about her talent.