Tulsi Kumar

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Tulsi Kumar is an Indian playback singer.
Tulsi Kumar, daughter of the T-Series (Super Cassettes Industries Ltd) music label's founder & film producer Gulshan Kumar and Sudesh Kumari, and sister of the same company's current producer Bhushan Kumar.

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Singer Tulsi Kumar was at once delighted and nervous when she was told that she will have to perform an Asha Bhosle classic - Aye Mere Humsafar (from Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak; 1988) - for an upcoming Abhishek Bachchan-starrer.
Singer Tulsi Kumar says that the digital space is a great platform for singers to connect with their fans.
Recently actors such as Alia Bhatt, Shraddha Kapoor and Salman Khan have crooned for their films.
Singer Tulsi Kumar, who was recently awarded for her song Soch Na Sake from the film Airlift, says the biggest recognition for her is love from her fans.
The ongoing battle of words between rappers Yo Yo Honey Singh and Badshaah has brought an ugly side of the music industry to the limelight and as a member of the fraternity, singer Tulsi Kumar does not approve of this attitude.
Singer Tulsi Kumar is all set to open a performing arts academy in Noida.
Singer Tulsi Kumar is thrilled to be singing for actor Shraddha Kapoor again. Tulsi, who sang Hum Mar Jayenge from Shraddha's film Aashiqui 2 (2013), says that she has been told by many people in the industry that her voice best suits Shraddha.
Although singer Tulsi Kumar has only sung romantic melodies in the past, she has recently sung a chartbuster, Saiyaan Superstar, which was picturised on Sunny Leone.
Singer Tulsi Kumar has sung her first Bengali song in a soon-to-release Bengali flick. The singer was excited when offered the song and readily agreed.
A singer herself, she comes from a family that owns one of India's biggest music labels (run by her brother Bhushan Kumar). So, when we spoke to Tulsi Kumar, we just had to bring up the ongoing copyright tussle between labels and singers. What's her take on it?

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