Shweta Subram to perform at PM Modi’s Canadian Reception! It’s a rare opportunity to perform for one prime minister, let alone two.  However, Shweta Subram, has been chosen to perform in front of India’s Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, and Canada’s Prime Minister, Mr. Stephen Harper – leaders of two established democracies. [Read more...}” - Roopa Modha

Urban Asian

Shweta Subram becomes youngest Indian vocalist at Carnegie Hall Soon after she topped the YouTube charts last week for her cover of ‘Jeena Jeena’ from the film ‘Badlapur’ with the talented Aakash Gandhi, Qyuki artist Shweta Subram has added yet another feather to her cap by becoming India’s youngest vocalist to perform at the Carnegie Hall with American musical group- The Piano Guys. [Read more...]” - RNMTEAM

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Shweta Subram Bollywood Debut with Ayushmann Khurrana Shweta Subram made her entry into Bollywood with the song Dil-e-Nadaan for the upcoming movie Hawaizaada, which she sings alongside the handsomly talented Ayushmann Khurrana. [Read more...]  ”

— MyBindi

Canadian Songstress Shweta Subram Makes Bollywood Debut with Ayushmann Khurrana in Hawaizaada Shweta Subram, the beautiful Canadian songstress, is now taking on Bollywood with the title track Dil-e-Nadaan, alongside heartthrob actor and singer Ayushmann Khurrana for the upcoming film, Hawaizaada.   [Read more...}” - Darpan News Desk

Darpan

Shweta Subram & Ayushmann Khurrana talk the lovely Dil-e-Nadaan from Hawaizaada Coming up on January 30th is Hawaizaada starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Pallavi Sharda and Mithun Chakraborty. ...Joining in on the lovey song is singer Shweta Subram, whose voice shines on the track. Excited to be part of ‘Dil-e-Nadaan’, she tells us exclusivley, “It was pleasure singing with Ayushmann. He is multi-faceted and immensely talented.”  [Read more...]” - Stacey Yount

Bolly Spice

6 Decades Of Bollywood Songs Packed In 5 Minutes! Bollywood has come a long way as far as its music is concerned. Indo-Canadian singer Shweta Subram takes her listeners into a musical time machine for a journey tracing popular Bollywood songs from classical evergreen melodies [read more...]

Times of India

This Woman Will Take You Through 60 Years Of Bollywood From Babuji Dheere Chalna To Baby Doll Bollywood music has come a long way since its inception! Shweta Subram takes us through a 60-year journey of Bollywood music evolution from Babuji Dheere Chalna to Baby Doll. [read more...]” - Adarsh

Scoop Whoop

Shweta Subram covers Ayushmann Khurrana’s and Rochak Kohli’s “Mitti Di Khushboo” “Mitti Di Khushboo”, the melodious single by Bollywood actor-singer Ayushmann Khurrana and composerRochak Kohli is generating quite a buzz. The duo have created magic twice before, and the magic is still going strong.  Earlier, Khurrana and Kohli created the hits “Pani Da Rang” from Vicky Donor and “Saadi Galli Aaja”from Nautanki Saala. If there is anyone who can create a perfect cover of the track, it is Canada’s Shweta Subram. (click here for more...)” - Roopa Modha

Urban Asian

Shweta and Gaurav present Love Anthem of 2014 – Pehla Nasha / You’re Still The One Do you remember the sweet memories you shared with your first love while listening to ‘Pehla Nasha’ from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander? How about the beautiful days spent together over melodious voice of Shania Twain in ‘You’re Still the One’? These two have become timeless classics in Hindi and English and many love stories have been written through these songs. Shweta Subram andGaurav Dagaonkar have revived our memories through their rendition of ‘Pehla Nasha’ /’ You’re Still The One’.  (Click for more...)

Bolly Spice

Shweta Subram in Khushnuma Shweta says, "I was extremely thrilled to receive a phone call from Stephen Sharp Nelson of 'The Piano Guys' a couple of months ago. Steve heard my voice in 'Mere Saajan Sun Su'n by Shankar Tucker and wanted to work with me on their next project. [more...]

Times of India

In our Sept issue: the talented @ShwetaSubram talked to us about working with @ThePianoGuys, her inspiration and a lot more.  [more...]

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