Kshitij Tarey

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Template:Coi Original short description: "Indian playback singer"


Kshitij Tarey
Born (1985-08-26) 26 August 1985 (age 34)
Ujjain, Kota, India
Nationality Indian
Citizenship India
Occupation Template:Flatlist
Known for Playback, Bollywood
Parents Sushama Tarey
Dr. Ganesh Tarey
Musical artist

Kshitij Tarey[1] is an Indian playback singer[2][3], songwriter[4] and composer born in Ujjain, India.

Career

Kshitij first came to prominence when his song Aye Khuda from the movie Murder 2 became popular in India.

Early life

Kshitij was born in Ujjain, Kota, India. His father, Ganesh Tarey , is a Doctor, and mother, Sushama Tarey, is a housewife.


Discography

Film/Singles Song Co-Singer(s) Lyricist Year of Release Notes
Anwar (2007 film) "Tose Naina Laage" (Bollywood Debut) Kshitij Tarey, Shilpa Rao 2007 composed by Mithoon
"Lamhaa" Maadno Kshitij Tarey, Chinmayi composed by Mithoon
Murder 2 "Aye Khuda" Khistij Tarey, Mithoon composed by Mithoon

Awards and nominations

Year Category Song/nomination Result
Global Indian Music Academy Awards
2016 Best Devotional Album Template:Won


References

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