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Rani Hazarika: A Harmonious Odyssey of a Multifaceted Artiste

Rani Hazarika's musical journey commenced at the tender age of three and a half, where her innate talent began to shine. Her exceptional skills in playback singing and live performances would later garner global acclaim.

A Remarkable Debut 

At just 13 years old, Rani made her remarkable entry into professional music. Her debut song, "Bohu Din Hol," in her native Assamese, was composed by Rani herself and featured the renowned Bollywood singer, Sonu Nigam. This marked a significant milestone in her career.

Bollywood Stardom

Her Bollywood debut as a backing vocalist for Kareena Kapoor in "Jab We Met" solidified her status as a versatile singer, adding a new layer of emotion to the film.

International Recognition

In 2012, Rani received the "Khursheed Award" in Afghanistan, showcasing her global appeal.

Awards and Accolades

Rani's accolades include the "IIFT Award" in 2019 and the prestigious "Dada Saheb Phalke Award" twice, in 2018 as the "Best Versatile Singer" and in 2022 as the "Best Playback Singer." She was also honored with the "KL Sehgal National Award" in 2022.

Global Recognition

Rani's talents transcended borders as she received the "Best Singer Award" from the Almaktoum Investment Group in Dubai.

Bollywood Journey

Rani Hazarika's versatility extended to Bollywood, with notable contributions to films such as "Shudra: The Rising," "18.11 A Code of Secrecy," "Welcome Back," "Round Figure," "9 O’clock," "Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai," "JD," "Udanchhoo," and "Risknamaa."

Single Albums

Her diverse talent is showcased in single album songs like 'Maenzi Raath,' 'Salam E Wazwane,' 'Katyu Chhukh Nundbaane,' 'Boz Myane Yaara,' 'Rang Rasiya,' 'Malanga,' 'Wafa Kartam,' 'Dil Hi Toh Hai,' 'Meri Zindagi,' 'Maureen Loves You,' 'Zuv Ho Jahan Ho Hindustan Ho,' 'Naina Huve Bawre,' 'Duchoku Japau Jetia,' and 'Utonuwa Mon.'

Rani Hazarika's journey is a testament to her versatility, dedication, and passion for music. Her melodious voice has enriched the Indian music industry, leaving an indelible mark on generations to come.

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