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Top 10 Television Stars those are also good singers

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A lot of TV stars are surprisingly good singers. Some have released their albums while some have proved their mettle by winning singing reality shows. Whether it is for stories, songs or even the style sense of film stars, the TV industry often looks to Bollywood for inspiration. In what seems to be the newest such trend, a large number of popular names on the small screen are now turn singers.

Let's take a look at top 10 Television Stars those are also good singers:

1. Hina Khan

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata's Akshara aka Hina Khan made her singing debut with Vande Mataram. The actress is often seen singing in Colors' Khatron Ke Khiladi. Hina is not a trained singer but is thinking of taking up music professionally.

2. Neha Marda

Neha Marda who came into limelight for playing the role of Gehna in the popular show ‘Balika Vadhu’ show her singing talent on ‘Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa 8′.   Not many are aware about her brilliant singing skills, she was even part of a singing reality show ‘Star Ya Rockstar’ featuring Kapil Sharma, Manasi Parekh and many more with her as contestants. She is very much interested in acting as well as dancing. Neha has also won 3 consecutive Boogie Woogie Dancing competition, when she was teenager.

3. Manasi Parekh

Sumit Sambhal Lega actress Manasi Parekh is a trained classical singer. She has won Zee TV's singing reality show Star Ya Rockstar and has also given background vocals for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Devdas.  Last year, Manasi also came up with an album Tum Bhi Na.

4. Kapil Sharma

Comedian turn actor Kapil Sharma who is currently seen in “The Kapil Sharma show” has some more hidden talent. Kapil is not only a comedian but also a singer, and he can give some tough competition to many of our auto-tuned playback singers. Kapil is fond of singing and this is also why we often hear him sing on his show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. He was a wild card contestant on Zee TV’s reality show ‘Star Ya Rockstar’ in 2011.

5. Devoleena Bhattacharjee

Saath Nibhaana Saathiya actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee aka Gopi Bahu launched her first single Hey Gopal Krishna Karu Aarti Teri this Janmashtami. The beautiful actress stunned everyone with her equally beautiful voice.

6. Suyyash Rai

TV actor Suyyash Rai make his debut as a singer with a single titled Khushnuma. The video of song Khushnuma featured Suyyash Rai and his wife Kishwer Merchant. The song is indeed beautifully shot and Suyyash’s voice is heart rendering. The surprise element of the song is to find Kishwer lend her voice to the number.

7. Namit Das

Sumit Sambhal Lega's Sumit aka Namit Das is a trained classical singer. He belongs to a family of musicians and singers, his father is a known ghazal singer Chandan Dass. Namit will leave you speechless with his composition Pi Bin Aayi.

8. Chhavi Mittal

Chhavi Mittal, who is best known for her role as Disha in “Tumhari Disha” started her career as a singer at the age of 7. She used to sing in Doordarshan’s show. Later, she shifted to modelling and anchoring. After that, she started her acting career with Zee TV’s show ‘Tumhari Disha’. She has also worked in many popular serials like ‘Teen Bahuraaniyaan’, ‘Bandini’, ‘Naaginn’, ‘Ek Chhutki Asmaan’ and many more.

9. Sumeet Raghavan

Sarabhai vs Sarabhai's Sahil aka Sumeet Raghavan stunned us with his mesmerising voice in Zee TV's Star Ya Rockstar. He is a trained classical singer and before Star Ya Rockstar he had participated in a Marathi celebrity singing reality show Say Shava Shava and was one of the finalists.

10. Ragini Khanna

Ragini Khanna started her acting career with Imagine TV’s daily soap ‘Radhaa Ki Betiyaan Kuch Kar Dikhayengi’. Ragini has trained in classical music, Ghazals and loves old Hindi film songs. Music is in Ragini’s blood, what with her late maternal grandmother Nirmala Devi being a renowned Thumri singer. She also participated in singing reality show for TV celebrities – ‘Star Ya Rockstar’.

posted Aug 24 by Ananna Dey

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3. Shivam Pathak:

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5. Antara Mitra

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6. Bhoomi Trivedi

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Mohit Chauhan 

 

He has the most effective voice in Bollywood and we as a whole love his music. He charges a measure of Rs. 4 Lakh for each melody and is in the eighth position in our rundown. 

 

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1. The Simpsons

It is so rare to stumble upon someone who has never seen, at least, one episode of The Simpsons, or worse, haven’t even heard about it. It is the most popular cartoon show and has always been since 1989. Simpsons is for adults since it is a sarcastic cartoon that criticizes political, societal and cultural circumstances and conditions with great sense of humor. Hence, it became so popular and loved by almost everyone, regardless their cultural background or political views.

2. Looney Tunes

Most of us have grown up watching the enjoyable and funny Looney Tunes. It would be shocking if there is anyone who did not fall in love with this show, and its characters. How could you resist the charm of smart Bugs Bunny, sweet and innocent Tweety and beautiful Lola Bunny? And here, we are actually referring to the old Looney Tunes, not the new season. Probably, the unpopularity of new Looney Tunes goes back to the absence of nostalgic feelings and memories that are associated with the old one we used to love as a child.

3. Tom & Jerry

You know what makes Tom & Jerry one of the best cartoons of all time? It is the fact that you do not have to speak a certain language or have a specific cultural background to watch these series. Tom & Jerry is popular among both adults and children, and although it might not always convey a message, the endless chase of the cat and mouse is always fun to watch; And the show, as a whole, can be seen as a representation of the relationship between people who are too different from each other; they fight a lot, then forget all quarrels and stand up for each other at critical times.

4. Family Guy

It is unquestionable for Family Guy to be on this list. Once you watch it, you will get obsessed with it because it is all about the giggles and the comic scenes; the characters are portrayed in a smart way that you actually cannot help but fall in love with each of them. Family Guy is a funny sitcom about the values of a family, and how crazy they can drive you; in fact it’s what they can do best. Nevertheless, you will stay thankful that they are there.

5. The Powerpuff Girls

How would you resist falling in love with these three adorable girls? The thing about The Powerpuff Girls is the fact that it is not meant to be only for girls, as some people think, but it’s for everyone. It is a smart comic show with action scenes that kids and adults would love to watch, and. The Powerpuff Girls is also considered a feminist cartoon because it demonstrates that, in a patriarchal world, girls can be superheroes too and save the day.

6. The Pink Panther

The Pink Panther is one of the oldest, most popular, timeless cartoon shows. It has always been loved by numerous different generations. Just like Tom & Jerry, it is a silent show. The show is about a pink panther who gets himself in all kinds of troubles, which results in very funny situations.

7. The Fairly OddParents

The Fairly OddParents is an American animated show, and one of the best cartoons that have been around for a while. It is hard not to fall in love with almost all its characters. The Fairly OddParents is a comic show that you will definitely find hilarious. The show illustrates the fairies motif, tells the story of a 10-year-old boy summons his fairy godparents who are capable of achieving wishes.

8. The Flintstones

The Flintstones is one of the most popular cartoon shows that have been around since the 60’s. Well, isn’t it funny to watch Fred and his gangs do everyday activities, but in a stone-age style? The Flintstones and their fellows are pretty much cave-people, but in their own modern way. The show events takes place in the Stone Age, therefore the whole show is about rocks. They even lived in a town called Bedrock; and dinosaurs were their pets. It is a product of an incredible imagination.

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Road Runner show is produced by Warner Bros and Looney Tunes, which is a good reason for listing it here. The show might be an endless cycle of the Coyote, named Wile, trying to catch the road runner, the incredibly swift bird; no matter how many times all his attempts fail. The show is actually hilarious and enjoyable to almost everyone.

10. Spongebob Squarepants

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Let us take you on a ride to the 1990s, when Indian television was at its best. For perusers in Indian, prepare to guarantee your cut of sentimentality! For every other person - how did TV in your nation stack up against the shows recorded here?

Indian TV in the 1990s had such a great amount to offer to each age gathering. It was a period when appears with a fresh portrayal and reasonable yet captivating plots kept us stuck to our sets.

Before the conspiring mother-in-laws and tricking mates assumed control over the blockhead box, the '90s were a period when the whole family could sit together finished a feast and giggle away the day's depletion in the pure funniness of these shows.

Let's take a look at top 10 Indian TV serials of the 90s we grew up watching them:

1. Tara

Tara was the primary Indian cleanser musical show to keep running on Zee TV. It concentrated on the lives, battles, and yearnings of three urban ladies. It was the primary touch of woman's rights in Indian TV. This was likewise the principal show to advance the idea of the "snare point" that makes the group of onlookers anxiously sit tight for the following scene.

2. Dekh Bhai Dekh

A family with a wide range of peculiarities! With the most ideal cast and astonishing comic planning, this show won everybody's heart. Conflicts between three eras living in one major lodge and their straightforward day by day life inconveniences made for culminate comical survey.

3. Chandrakanta

Didn't you simply start to murmur the title melody? Highlighting one the catchiest title tracks, Indian TV's most important dream arrangement Chandrakanta additionally had the most sensational characters: from Kroor Singh to Rupmati and Shani, the rundown is unending. It gave us the best of romantic tales and the most emotional lowlifess entwined up in a profoundly turned plot! We as a whole cherished it.

4. Hum Paanch

This show had an ideal formula for comic drama. Hum Paanch included a bothering spouse, five dysfunctional little girls with their own particular novel methods for seeing life, a talking representation of the dead first wife, and in the midst of every one of them the husband discovering it truly difficult to make due in the female-commanded house!

5. Zee Horror Show

The nightmarish Zee Horror Show was loved by we kids, regardless of the endeavors of our folks to keep us far from it. It is the thing that your senior cousins would spook you with by murmuring the title tune. Don't bother the sketchy make-up and exaggerating, the show got our consideration inevitably, despite the fact that it cost us many evenings' rest. We as a whole endeavored to watch it – with our eyes half-shut!

6. Shaktimaan

'Sorry Shaktimaan' – how frequently have you said this line? We thank this serial for gifting us our most loved superhuman. It hugy affected children in the 1990s, and a considerable lot of us even purchased the outfit to sparkle among our gathering of companions!

7. Captain Vyom

This show took sci-fi to another level through and through, throwing the most attractive stars of that time. Milind Soman, Nethra Raghuraman, Dino Morea, Madhu Sapre, and Rahul Bose – all these and more acted in this one. Without a doubt, this was the most loved of numerous youths.

8. Banegi Apni Baat

Displaying a urban school sentiment, heartbreaks and ragging – this show was a cut of energetic life. It was a major hit among teenagers and youthful grown-ups, and despite the fact that schoolkids were encouraged to avoid it, they figured out how to take numerous a sneak look!

9. Filmi Chakkar

A film-fixated family – a spouse, wife, two children, and a Dadi. With Bollywood at its heart, the dim family issues and the ideal dim answers for their issues meant a highly cherished and conceivable show.

10. Tu Tu Main Main

As a dominant mother-in-law and, to coordinate her, a similarly rambunctious little daughter-in-law, Reema Lagoo and Supriya Pilgaonkar won the hearts of watchers with this parody appear. Portraying the characters' day by day life issues between with a touch of feeling and adore, it was so dissimilar to the most recent saas-bahu adventures we see today.

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1. Game of Thrones

It’s gripping, gory, and beautiful. From dark dungeons to snowy mountains, the contrasting landscapes are captivating, each with a new story to tell. With its strong narrative and jaw-dropping visuals, there is no wonder that it has broken all sorts of records. The acting might seem a little wooden at times, but this is perfectly in keeping with the medieval look and feel of the show. Yes, it is dark and gloomy, but again in keeping with the narrative. Yes, some scenes can be hard to stomach for some people. It also happens to be one of the most pirated TV shows ever. No wonder they premiered the 6th season in 172 countries simultaneously (by far the largest TV simulcast ever)!

2. Rome

Rome could undoubtedly have accomplished Game of Thrones' prevalence. It's a disgrace that it was wiped out after just two seasons. Rome never got the gathering of people it expected to keep it on the screen and it was insane costly to deliver. Uplifting news is, you can even now watch 22 scenes of this magnificent arrangement on HBO Go or Amazon on Demand. All that you have to know is shrouded in those couple of scenes. It doesn't feel incomplete. You'll know who is standing and who has fallen before the second's over season. Rome needs in nail-gnawing battles, yet it more than compensates for it with its gritting storyline and persuading acting.

3. Vikings

Vikings takes after the tale of Ragnar Lothbrok, a rancher who at last turns into the lord of Denmark, as he threatens France and England with his consistent attacks. He is joined by his grieved sibling Rollo, his first spouse Lagertha, and the shipbuilder Floki in his journey. Despite the fact that it's not Game of Thrones by any extend of the creative ability, regardless I adore its storyline that has figured out how to spellbind for four seasons. As you watch, you'll wind up pulling for folks you despised in the main season and booing last season's saints. The plot and character advancement is cunning, and to the extent the delineation of medieval Scandinavia goes, I'd say it's really precise.

4. Black Sails

Airing on Starz and set as a prequel to Treasure Island, the plot takes after the enterprise of a standout amongst the most dreaded and scandalous privateers of brilliant age, Captain Flint. On an island invade with hoodlums, privateers, and whores, Flint needs to look after control. The primary season encourages you get to know the characters and style of narrating. You may surmise that everything is a bit showy, yet the second and third seasons will help change your feeling. In the event that you are searching for some activity, Black Sails is a decent wagered.

5. House of Cards

The plot takes after politicians of different rank and impact in Washington D.C. With natural confronts like Kevin Spacey and Kate Mara, the entire cast flourishes under Fincher's course. Fincher has pulled off this dramatization in the most ideal way that could be available. Venturing out of 13 scenes for every season is difficult. House of Cards is a genuine political dramatization. Imagine a scenario in which somebody is not into legislative issues. Would they like it? The short answer is 'yes'. Regardless of the possibility that governmental issues is not some tea, you ought to discover House of Cards pleasant. The written work is to the point, sharp, and precise. It never goes over the top or disappoints, either.

6. The Tudors

The Tudors is the account of Henry VIII's rule over England. It's about his political control over the district. Much the same as Game of Thrones, this show is about governmental issues and the battle for power. It won't not be truly precise, but rather regardless it is a ton of enjoyable to watch all the four seasons. In case you're searching for chronicled exactness, avoid this passage. On the other hand, I don't think authentic mistake is an issue for a Game of Thrones fan. You're here for some genuine, abrasive show, and The Tudors has a lot of that in the store.

7. Spartacus

Spartacus is an arrangement packed with some exceptional activity, brutality, and dramatization – all that you'd anticipate from a TV demonstrate like Game of Thrones. In spite of the fact that this show doesn't abide in dream, it has warriors with swords. Did I say that there are huge amounts of plot disloyalties? You can stream the whole thing on Netflix.

8. Boardwalk Empire

Occurring in the midst of a flourishing unlawful liquor business amid the time of Prohibition, when the political scene was bound with savagery and debasement, Boardwalk Empire is an anecdote about Nucky Thompson, a government official who additionally happens to be a mobster, playing both sides to his pick up. Because of his sumptuous way of life, the government begins investigating him, making life a smidgen harder for our man than it as of now is. What astounded me is the manner by which far the producers of this arrangement were ready to run with each and every detail. It's past precise. Each outfitting, each corner, each road looks and feels legitimate, as though everything was shot in 20s. In this show, another standard is set for narrating with everything a long ways past great. With a gifted and experienced cast, astonishing cinematography, and winding story lines, Boardwalk Empire bonds its place as one of the best chronicled shows to ever air on TV.

9. The Bastard Executioner

The Bastard Executioner began airing September, 2015. In the wake of viewing the one season broadcast before it was scratched off, I was persuaded that this medieval epic merited a place in this rundown of shows like Game of Thrones. It cost an incredible $10 million to make the two hour debut, and resulting scenes cost practically $2 million each. In light of the nature of substance and appraisals, however, I'd say it was cash well spent. The story is set in Wales something close to 1300. It's about Wlikn Brattle, a warrior who has had enough of the war and is hoping to live rest of his life in peace. Shockingly, he discovers that he has no choice yet to get the sword once more, this time as a renegade killer. The initial couple of scenes don't uncover much, however it's sure that The Bastard Executioner won't be a week after week execute-terrible folks scene. It's attempting to recount a bigger story.

10. The Last Kingdom

It's a disgrace that more individuals don't think about this arrangement or the story it depends on. Much the same as Game of Thrones, The Last Kingdom depends on a progression of books called The Saxon Stories. Set amid tenth century AD in England when Viking attacks were at their pinnacle, The Last Kingdom is an anecdote about Uhtred, a vagrant conceived in Northumbria who must pick between the general population who raised him and his local nation. Eye-gouging, decapitating, wounding, and torturous killing, in addition to other things, is all here for your pleasure. There are a ton of bone-crunching fights with fulfilling sticks of swords.

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