Bhoomi Trivedi Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Boyfriend, Biography & More
Bhoomi Trivedi is an Indian singer
Bhoomi Trivedi started her singing career as a participant in Indin Idol Season 5. Her song Ram Chahe Leela was an instant hit with the audience. After that, there was no looking back. In town for a live concert, the Vadodara girl spoke about her love for music, family, and more.
No, this is my third visit to Patna. This place is like a second home to me. The city has always given me overwhelming love and support. I am very happy and I would like to thank everyone for inviting me and giving me an opportunity to perform live and share the stage with 20 talented little contestants. It was totally a surreal experience.
Singer Bhoomi Trivedi is “shocked and stunned” to see that her police complaint about people impersonating her on Instagram, has ended up revealing the ethically questionable practice of artists buying fake likes and fake followers on social media.
“My one step has become so big. I am blank right now. But I am thankful to the Mumbai Police and whatever it is that they are doing,” says Trivedi.
For the uninitiated, last month Trivedi filed a complaint with Mumbai Police about an “a few people” who were “impersonating” her on Instagram, asking artistes “such as DJs, actors, dancers and choreographers” to pay them to get Instagram’s blue tick verification for their respective social media profiles. “Within a few days, the cops identified the culprits. They told the cops they work for agencies which get fake followers and likes for artistes,” she says.
“My case was different. I used to get a lot of messages from people, asking me if I had indeed paid them to get a blue tick. It became like a job, that I am telling people it’s fake, every day. That’s when I decided to go to the police,” she adds.
Popular singer Bhoomi Trivedi, whose song ‘Vaagyo Re Dhol’ from the film Hello turned out to be one of the biggest musical hits of the year, says that she loved the entire experience. Bhoomi also feels that 2020 will be a great year for music in Gujarati films. Talking to us, Bhoomi shares, “I am really upbeat about the future of Gujarati film music, and the huge success of the songs in Hellaro gives us enough reasons to celebrate. Personally, it was an honor to sing the number ‘Vaagyo Re Dhol’, which has such a retro feel to it. There is this perception that this generation only prefers modern sounds and ‘urban’ films, but the success of Hello proves otherwise. Depending on the content of the film, even acoustic sounds can strike a chord with the masses and in 2020, I think Gujarati film music will see experimentation with all kinds of sounds and genres, depending on the script. Also, since we are getting to hear so many remixes in Bollywood these days, there are music lovers who are turning to Gujarati film music for fresh songs, which have good lyrics and nice sounds. I also believe that folk songs will always stay relevant in Gujarati films. I don’t think the composers are following any set rules right now and are open to different kinds of treatment of songs, which is great news for singers. The audience has started accepting good Gujarati film songs in a big way, and this is a very welcome change.”
Indian playback singers are known for their range and melodies, however, Bhoomi Trivedi is one who broke out of the norm. Having grown up in a musically inclined family from Gujarat, receiving support and training at home came naturally and in abundance. While the music she learned was classical, the genre(s) she gravitated toward were Electronic, Rock, Pop, and Bollywood.
Trivedi is best known for her Bollywood track “Ram Chahe Leela” from the 2013 Bollywood movie “Goliyon Ki Rasleela: Ram-Leela”, whereby movie and music director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was looking for a different voice to carry out this number. This track garnered her many awards and recognition from 2013 onwards with bids for several movie tracks for mainstream Bollywood and Gujarati movies.
Singing sensation and the voice behind 'Ram Chahe Leela' from 'Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela' (2013), Bhoomi Trivedi says that artists should not stop interacting with 'people with a good heart', out of fear of trolls on social media. At the same time, she also believes that social media users must learn how to put their point across without hurting sentiments. Asked how safe she thinks social media platforms are as a female artist, she told IANSlife: "There are so many things that need to be changed. It's not so much safe or unsafe, but about how you answer those trolls back. People should be taught to use social media accordingly, (just because) you have access to celebrities, paid internet, and the freedom to talk to them or message them, doesn't mean you invade their personal space or hurt their sentiments. The worst part is how people take freedom for granted, in terms of, say, any public figure posts a picture in a bikini, and trolls start to body-shame her. In this age of freedom and democracy, people need to be taught. Also, we should not stop using out of fear. We should not stop interacting with a good heart, out of fear."Not only females but males are getting trolled for saying what they feel is right. You can't keep everyone happy, there will be a few people not happy. You should have a way of putting your point forward, without hurting anyone's sentiments. You need to not spread nuisance. And one should go to authorities against dangerous things like rape threats, and these people should be taught a lesson."
Bhoomi recently came up with a new Gujarati song "Utsav" which connects with Indian tradition and culture not just in Gujarat or India but across the globe and portrays different festivals like Navratri, Diwali, and Uttarayan."Asked about how social media open up new audiences for artists, she says: " I Think during lockdown people realized the importance of seeing good stuff on the internet. Utsav is something that treats people after a lot of tension and stress and captures the right essence of joining people together, not physically but emotionally. It talks about three festivals - Navaratri, Diwali, and Makar Sankranti. All three festivals connect people with loved friends. We wanted to connect with Indian, specifically Gujarati audiences overseas because I have traveled a lot and noticed how Gujarati culture is represented, accepted, and respected outside our country. The diaspora is missing their culture. We have gotten a tremendous response to the song.'" If you want to create something really good, you do it. We found new ways of working during COVID-19. This time taught us to unlearn a way of working where we had to meet people and innovate," the Indian Idol star concluded.
Singer Bhoomi Trivedi must strongly believe in the maxim ‘where there is a will, there’s away. Despite having to withdraw from Indian Idol twice, she succeed the third time and finished as a runner-up; something she deserves for starting her music practice in eighth grade.
Though new to the industry, Bhoomi is already craved a niche for herself and won many accolades and awards including Best Female Playback Singer by Star Guild Awards in 2014, Most Entertaining Female Singer by BIG Star Entertainment Awards in 2013, and Upcoming Female Vocalist Of The Year by Mirchi Music Awards in 2014, all for Ram-Leela’s title track, Ram Chahe Leela, which was picturized on Priyanka Chopra. Here are some of her songs that make us think she’s here to stay in Bollywood and make it big.
It was Sanjay Leela Bhansali who gave her a break in Bollywood’s Music Industry. Bhansali wanted a new voice for his movie’s title track in the film Ram Leela. He finalized Bhoomi for the song Ram Chahe Leela and that’s how this sensual and energetic dance number was born. It was also this song due to which Bhoomi won 3 awards.
This is a Marathi regional song for which Bhoomi gave her voice and it went on to be a regional superhit. She paired up with Aditya Narayan for this track. The lyrics were written by Mangesh Kangana, and composed by Shail-Pritesh. It is an energetic number to which Bhoomi gave a dashing touch.
Bhoomi Trivedi has stormed into the industry with her charming and sizzling looks. Started her career as a singer as a young girl in 2012, Her musical journey and her melodious vocals brought her local and international acclaim and recognition. Her Bollywood songs “Ram Chahe Leela” from Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela and Husn Parcham from Zero earned her several awards and Nominations.
Hailed from a musical family in Vadodara of Gujarat, She started to learn music while she was in 8th grade. Her father is a Railways employee who is fond of singing and her mother is folk who has her own music group. In 2007, she stepped into the music world with her selection from audition to perform in Indian Idol 3. However, she quit the show as she was suffering from jaundice. Next year she again gave auditioned to perform in Indian Idol 4. But again had to quit the show since her aunt died because of breast cancer. She returned to Indian Idol’s fifth season where she ends up in the competition as the Runner-up. Bhoomi Trivedi made her Bollywood singing debut in 2012 with the song “Bahne Dey” from the film Prem Maybe. After that, she never looked back and lent her voice to many Bollywood songs.
Singer Mika Singh has ‘proposed’ to singer Bhoomi Trivedi, that too on national television!
In an upcoming episode of the music reality show “Indian Pro Music League” (IPML), the Punjab Lions trio of Mika Singh, Asees Kaur, and Rupali Jagga perform Sajid-Wajid’s popular title song of the film “Mujhse Shaadi Karogi”. During the act, Mika left everyone surprised by walking over to Bhoomi and leading her to the stage even as he continued singing the song. At one point he asked Bhoomi: “Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (will you marry me)?”
Following this, host Karan Wahi asked Bhoomi and Mika to dance together, and that’s when Mika went down on his knees and asked her the question once again!
“Bhoomi, ab toh bata do, mujhse shaadi karogi? Sab log Bhoomi see Jude Hain, Maine Socha main Bhi Bhoomi see Jud jargon (Bhoomi tell me now, will you marry me? Everyone is connected to Bhoomi, I thought I should, too). What do you guys think about Bhoomi Singh?” Mika said. Bhoomi replied: “What do you think about Mika Trivedi? But to be honest, I have come here to find a bride for you, it would be an injustice to them.” The episode airs on Zee TV on Saturday evening. Recently on the show, Mika Singh had declared that he would get married only after Bollywood’s “most eligible bachelor” Salman Khan ties the knot.
Bhoomi Trivedi is an Indian singer, she is also known for her Bollywood songs “Ram Chahe Leela” from Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela, in the year 2013, and Husn Parcham from Zero, in the year 2018 which resulted in several awards and Nominations.
Bhoomi Trivedi has a Stunning figure and she is 168 cm tall which is 5 feet 6 inches. She has a keen interest to maintain her body fitness her weight is 53 kg. Bhoomi Trivedi is very health conscious she always takes care of her looks and appearance. She visits the gym regularly and her figure measurement is 33-26-33 she has attractive Black hair and Blackeyes.
Trivedi’s father is a Railway employee who is fond of singing and her mother is a folk singer who has her own music group. Bhoomi Trivedi’s elder sister is an engineer and a trained Bharata Natyam dancer. There is not much information available about Bhoomi Trivedi’s family and love life.
In the year 2007, Trivedi got selected from an audition to perform in Indian Idol 3, however, quit the show as she was suffering from jaundice. The following year Bhoomi was again auditioned to perform in Indian Idol 4, but again had to quit the show since her aunt died because of breast cancer. She returned to the Fifth edition of Indian Idol where she ends up in the competition as the Runner-up. In the audition, the singer sang a mix of the Gujarati portion of the multi-lingual rap song, Blood Brothers, by Karmacy and Wannabe by Spice Girls. Trivedi began her Bollywood career with the 2012 film Prem Maybe with the song “Bahne Dey”.
Though, singer Bhoomi rose to fame with her rendition in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2013 released movie Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela, where Trivedi lent her voice for the song Ram Chahe Leela which was picturized on Priyanka Chopra. Bhoomi was initially approached to pen Gujarati lyrics and sing that bit for a song arranged by Shail Hada when Bhoomi Trivedi said that Bhansali was looking for a different voice to sing a song for his next movie. The song was well accepted by the audience and critics, while reviewers praised Trivedi’s rendition of the song. Other than Bollywood songs, Beautiful Bhoomi also had recorded for several Gujarati movies including the song ‘Vaagyo Re Dhol’ from the national award-winning movie Hello.
|Real Name||Bhoomi Trivedi|
|Debut||2012: Bahne Dey (Prem Maybe)|
|Language Known||Hindi & English|
|Date Of Birth||23 August 1988|
|Age (as of 2021)||33 Years|
|Birthplace||Vadodra, Gujarat, India|
|Hometown||Vadodra, Gujarat, India|
|Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign||Virgo|
|Height in Centimeters||165 cm|
|Height in Meters||1.65 m|
|Height in Feet & Inches||5′ 5″|
|Weight in Kilograms||55 kg|
|Weight in Pounds||121 lbs|
|Figure Measurement (approx.)||32-26-33|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Actor||SHAH RUKH KHAN, Salman Khan|
|Hobbies||Traveling, Shopping, Reading, Dancing|
|Color||Pink, White. Blue, Black|
|Holiday Destination||Goa, London, Maldives|
|Car Collection||Not Known|
|Salary (approx.)||Not Known|
|Net Worth (approx.)||Not Known|