Starting her career at the tender age of 10, Sunali Rathod learnt the particulars of Indian classical music. Known for her versatility and beautiful voice, she rapidly excelled as a musician. By the age of 18, she released her first EP of a Gujarati song and there was no stopping her. In 1987, she released her first Ghazal album, Aghaaz, for which she won the Best Ghazal singer award by Emirates International in Dubai. As the years went by, Sunali started singing Ghazal, Bhajan, Kheyal, Tappa and light music.
Music Plus is celebrating the International Women’s week by talking to Sunali’s better half Roop Kumar Rathod who is an established musician himself. Tujhme Rab Dikhta Hai and Tere Liye are some of his popular and treasured works. Back in 2008, Sunali along with Roop Kumar Rathod participated in Mission Ustaad, an Indian musical reality show and were crowned with the Ustaad Jodi title. Here’s what Roop has to say about Sunali
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