Kumar Sanu Age, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More


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About Kumar Sanu



Name: Kumar Sanu
Profession: Singer, Music Director, and Politician
Age: 64 Years 
Wife: Saloni Sanu
Nationality: Indian
Date of Birth 20 October 1957 [1]wikipedia
Age (Current) 64 Years
Religion Hinduism
Present Address Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Hometown Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Physical  Stats

Height 5 Feet 11 Inch
Body Measurement  38 –   30 –   13
Weight 84 Kg
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black


Father (Vocalist and composer): Pashupati Bhattacharya

Mother : Name Unknown

Brother : Tapan Bhattacharya

Sister : N/A

First Wife:  Rita

Second Wife :  Saloni Sanu

Daughter : Anna (Songwriter and Author),  Shannon K (foster; singer)

Son : Jaan (Jico)

Personal Life

School Not Known
College Calcutta University, Kolkata
Educational Status Not Known


1991-1995: Filmfare awards
2009: Padma Shri
2000: Kalashree Award For Best Male Playback
2016: 8th position on “Google most searched Indian singers in last 10 years”

Relationship & more

Affairs Meenakshi Seshadri (Actress)

Favorite Things

Food Fish and chole bhature
Actor/Actress Actors: 
Actresses: N/A
Musicians Kishore Kumar
Hobbies Cooking
Films Bollywood: N/A
Colour White
Likes Singing

Money Factor

Salary Rs. 6+ crores/year
Total Income $13 million


Debut Singing:  Tin Kanya (1986)
Career beginnings Kumar Sanu started his playback career, as Sanu Bhattacharya. In 1986, he got the Bangladeshi film Tin Kanya, directed by Shibli Sadiq. Sanu had his first major Bollywood song in Hero Hiralal (1989)
Singing Journey On 1989 September 23, Jagjit Singh introduced Kumar Sanu to Kalyanji in Vimal Bunglow, Mumbai On their suggestion, he changed his name from “Kedarnath Bhattacharya” to “Kumar Sanu” because his voice and singing style were much influenced by Kishore Kumar.
Career Turning Point For the 1990 film Aashiqui, music director Nadeem-Shravan got Sanu to sing all but one of the songs. He won the first of his record five consecutive Filmfare Awards as Best Male Playback Singer.
Musical style PoP, Hip Hop, Rock, Classical, Jazz, Rhythm, and R&B [2]IMDB

Singing Roles

1990 “Dil Ka Aalam” Aashiqui
1991 “Jeeye Toh Jeeya Kyse” Saajan
1994 “Is Tarah aashiqui ka”, “Woh Aankh Hi Kya” Imtihaan, Khuddar
1995 “Dil Mera Churaya Kyu”, “O Dil Tod Ke Hasti Ho Mera”, “Aakhon Main Base ho Tum”, “Raja Ko Rani Se” Akele Hum Akele Tum, Bewafa Sanam, Takkar, Akele Hum Akele Tum
1996 “Kajal Kajal”, “Pardesi Pardesi”, “Janam meri janam” Sapoot, Raja Hindustani, Mr. Bechara
1997 “Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya” Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya
1999 “O Priya Suno Priya”, “Jis Ghadi Tujhko” Arjun Pandit, Prithvi
2000 “Tum Dil Ki”, “Dil Ne Yeh Kaha Hai Dilse” Dhadkan

Some unknown facts about



1 wikipedia

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