Sona Mohapatra is an Indian singer, lyricist, and a music composer. She has performed in a number of concerts and also featured in a number of albums, music, videos, and advertisement.
She created remixes of many so many songs by David Bowie.
Real Name: Sona Mohapatra
Nick Name: Sona
Date of Birth:June 17, 1976
Age: 40 years
Weight: 59 kg
She was born in Cuttack, Odisha. She has completed has B.tech. Engineering from the College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneshwar in Instrumentation and Electronics engineering. She also has an MBA degree from Symbiosis Center for Management and HRD,. Later on, she worked as a brand manager for some brand like Parachute and Mediker .
Marital Status: Married
She was an executive producer of the musical project. She also attended a show with Aamir Khan. Her performances recorded more than 9 million views across and latest digital count. Her multiple lyricists, unconventional subjects and lots of brainstorming were translated in many languages. The song” muje Kya bechega rupaiya “was sung by Sona Mohapatra was composed by Ram Sampath. The song has received over 5 million hits on you tube.
She started her first venture with advertising and one of the famous jingles was for “Tata salt” .A
section of her song “pass aao na” has been recorded in many languages
She married to Ram Sampath who is also a music director and composer while she was working as a brand with Mexico where she met Ram Sampath for the first time. They married in 2005. They were together introduced to each other by Ram Madhwani with whom he was working. Well, Sona and Ram are partners in many songs both husband and wife are in the field of the music.
In 2009, she recorded her two songs “Diljale” and “pass aao na” in the same year the song of Delhi Belly” bedardi raja “was also sung by Sona Mohapatra. For the TV show, Satyamev Jayte the two songs” mujekya bechega rupaiya” and “Ghar yaad aata h muje “was also sung by her. She is an electric live performer in a multitude including the Lincoln Center in New York and stadium crowds in India.