Sukriti Kakar is an Indian singer. She was born on 8 May 1995 in New Delhi, India. She became famous after her song Boss featuring Honey Singh and Kar Gayi Chull. Both the songs became super hit and got more than 100 million views on YouTube.
in Kilograms- 55 kg
Date of Birth
8 May 1995
Age (as in 2020)
New Delhi, India
New Delhi, India
Springdales School, New Delhi, India City International School, New Delhi, India
Mithibai College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India R.D. National College, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Kakar studied Arts at Mithibai College and was a B.M.M student at R.D. National College. Since the very beginning, Kakar has grown up in a musical environment. Her mom has trained in Hindustani classical music for a very long time and was a music teacher at Balbharti Public School in Delhi for a long time. Her elder sister Akriti Kakar is also a playback singer and her twin sister Prakriti Kakar, who is also a playback singer, realised her love for music at the age of 8 and started her career with “Katra Katra” in Alone (2015).
Kakar began her career with the title song of Boss, which was composed by Meet Bros Anjjan. Her next song was from the movie HumHai Raahi Car Ke title track. She next appeared in the track “Goti Song” from the movie Nasha with Akshay Deodhar and her twin sister Prakriti Kakar. Kakar’s performance in Mujhse Hogi Shurvaat was released by “I Paid a Bribe” and The Shankar Mahadevan Academy as an initiative to tackle corruption. Apart from Kakar, the song is rendered by Mahadevan, Prakriti Kakar and Chetan Naik. The song was nominated in the best activist anthem category of Honesty Oscars 2014.
In June 2015, she bagged her first hit, “Pheli Baar” from the movie Dil Dhadakne Do, which was a massive hit which crossed over 4 million views on YouTube. It was then she was offered to sing for the song “Jungli Peeke Tight Hai” from Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon starred Kapil Sharma. A year later in 2016, she lent her voice for Kapoor & Sons for the song “Kar Gayi Chull” along with Badshah. In 2017, she sang “Maine Tujhko Dekha” from Golmaal Again composed by Amaal Malik which itself was a remake from the 1997 film Ishq, composed by Anu Malik.