Shreya Ghoshal 5th National Awards 2023
Renowned playback singer Shreya Ghoshal has added another feather to her cap, receiving the prestigious Best Female Playback Singer award at the 69th National Film Awards. The award was presented to her by the Hon’ble President of India, Droupadi Murmu, in a grand ceremony held at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
Glorious Journey: Shreya’s Fifth National Film Award
Shreya Ghoshal’s remarkable journey in the Indian film industry has been adorned with accolades, and this recent win marks her fifth National Film Award. Her first National Award was in 2003 for the soul-stirring rendition of “Bairy Piya” in the iconic movie ‘Devdas.’ Subsequently, she achieved further acclaim for her melodious contributions to films like ‘Paheli’ with “Dheere Jalna” and ‘Jab We Met’ with “Yeh Ishq Haaye.” In 2010, Shreya’s talent shone once more as she clinched the National Award for not one but two songs – “Jiv Dangla” from the Marathi film ‘Jogva’ and “Pherari Mon” from the Bengali movie ‘Antaheen.’
National Film Awards: A Glimpse into India’s Cinematic Excellence
Established in 1954, the National Film Awards stand as a pinnacle of recognition for excellence in Indian cinema. This annual event is eagerly anticipated by filmmakers, artists, and cinema enthusiasts, as it showcases the best of Indian cinema. The Hon’ble President of India plays a pivotal role in presenting these prestigious awards, making it an illustrious occasion in the country’s cultural calendar.
Shreya Ghoshal’s latest triumph in the 69th National Film Awards reaffirms her position as one of India’s most gifted and celebrated playback singers. With a career spanning two decades and a string of melodious hits to her name, Shreya continues to enthrall audiences with her soulful voice. Her exceptional contribution to the music of ‘Iravin Nizhal’ through the enchanting song ‘Mayava Chayava’ has secured her a well-deserved place in the annals of Indian cinema. As she stands proudly with her fifth National Film Award, Shreya Ghoshal remains an inspiration to aspiring artists and a cherished icon in the world of music and film.