Mitali Mukherjee Biography

Updated On Jun 26, 2019 Published On Jun 26, 2019
Facts of Mitali Mukherjee
Birth Nation: Bangladesh
Name Mitali Mukherjee
Father Amulya Kumar Mukherjee
Mother Kalyani Mukherjee
Nationality Bangladeshi
Birth Place/City Mymensingh District
Profession Classical and playback singer
Eye Color Dark brown
Hair Color Black
Face Color Brown
Married to Bhupindra Singh
Awards National Film Award of Bangladesh, Gaan-e Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona
Online Presence Facebook
Siblings Pradeep Mukherjee and Late Deepak Mukherjee
Albums Saahil, Chandani Raat, Gulmohar, Ghazal Ke Phool, Aarzoo
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Mitali Mukherjee is a classical and playback singer from Bangladesh. She is known for her song Ei Dunia Ekhon To Ar for the movie Dui Poishar Alta. The popular song won her a National Film Award of Bangladesh in 1982. She is married to Ghazal singer Bhupinder Singh.

Early Life and Education of Mitali Mukherjee

Mitali Mukherjee was born in Mymensingh District, Bangladesh. Her father's name is Amulya Kumar Mukherjee and her mother's name is Kalyani Mukherjee.

Mitali CAPTION: Mitali Mukharjee SOURCE: Independent BD

Mitali's involvement in music started early in her life. Her parents were familiar with classical sangeet so they groomed her from a young age. She also took formal training in classical music from Pt. Mithun Dey.

She has two siblings, Pradip Mukherjee, and Deepak Mukherjee. Unfortunately, Deepak Mukherjee died in 1988.

Education

Mukherjee completed her bachelor's study from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. She got a scholarship from the Indian government to study at the University. Her major was music.

Mitali Mukherjee's Career

The classical music-artist released her first album, Saahil, in 1985 with UK based music and film retailer, HMV. She then proceeded to collaborate with renowned lyricist Gulzar for her album Chand Parosa Hai. 

In 1982, Mukherjee won the National Film Award of Bangladesh for her super hit song Ei Dunia Ekhon To Ar for the movie Dui Poishar Alta. She continued to release many successful albums after Chand Parosa Hai.

Mitali CAPTION: Mitali Mukharjee (left) recieving an award. SOURCE: Prothom Alo English

Some of her hit albums include Chandani Raat, Gulmohar, Ghazal Ke Phool, Aarzoo. Mitali has also sung in many languages like Punjabi, Gujarati, and Tamil.

The National Award winning-singer has also served as a judge in the famous Indian singing show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Bangaladeshi singing show, Shera Kontho.

In 2015, the Bangladeshi government also awarded Gaan-e Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona award to Mukherjee. 

Personal Life of Mitali Mukherjee 

Mitali Mukherjee married prominent Ghazal singer Bhupinder Singh in 1983 and settled in India after marriage.

Bhupinder Singh is an Indian ghazal singer, musician, and a Bollywood playback singer. His album with his wife, Aarzoo, took the Indian and Pakistani music industry by storm. 

Mitali Mukherjee's Net Worth

Mukherjee has accumulated her wealth by selling millions of albums over the years. Her collaborative album with her husband cashed a lot of profit for Mukherjee.

Mitali CAPTION: Mitali Mukharjee and husband Bhupindra Singh. SOURCE: Film Udyog

According to sources, an average Indian musician earns around $3800 every year. Top artists like Shreya Ghoshal earn around $29000 per song.

Age, Ethnicity, and Nationality

  • Although Mitali Mukherjee's exact age is unknown, she is well over her 40s.
  • Mukherjee's ethnicity is unknown.
  • Her nationality is Bangladeshi. 

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Mitali Mukherjee facts on timeline

Receives National Film Award of Bangladesh

1982

Mukherjee won the National Film Award of Bangladesh for her super hit song, Ei Dunia Ekhon To Ar for the movie, Dui Poishar Alta.

Marries Indian musician Bhupindra Singh

1983

Mitali Mukherjee married famous Ghazal singer Bhupinder Singh in 1983 and settled in India after marriage.

Releases her first album, Saahil

1985

The classical music-artist released her first album, Saahil, in 1985 with UK based music and film retailer, HMV.

Receives Gaan-e Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona

2015

In 2015, the Bangladeshi government also awarded Gaan-e Gaan-e Gunijon Shongbordhona award to Mukherjee.