Teesha Nigam

Teesha Nigam

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Teesha Nigam Profile

  • Name:
  • Teesha Nigam
  • Father:
  • Agam Kumar Nigam
  • Mother:
  • Shobha Nigam

Teesha Nigam Biography

Teesha Nigam or Neekita Nigam is a female playback singer from Bollywood and she is the younger sister of Sonu Nigam, celebrated playback singer from Bollywood. She was awarded for Best Debutant Female Singer at Mirchi Awards and the Best Female Playback Singer Awards at the CineMaa Awards for her hit song 'Dheera Dheera' from Telugu blockbuster film Magadheera. The song also earned her many other nominations. Teesha Nigam debuted with the track 'Aarzoo hai pyar ki' from 'Kaisay Kahein' in 2007.


Teesha Nigam was born in Mumbai into a musical family as the daughter of famous singers Agam Kumar Nigam and Shobha Nigam. She celebrates her birthday on 21st December. Her elder brother is Sonu Nigam, leading playback singer of Indian film industry. She enjoys performing at concerts with her brother Sonu Nigam. She started singing at the age of 2. She been studying and learning other things, at the same time music remains her first priority. Her first ever experience was singing a devotional song as a kid. It was a bhajan album that featured various artistes and it began her music journey.


She has been awarded Best Debutant Female Singer for the song Dheera Dheera at Mirchi Awards in 2010, and many other nominations. The song shot her to quick fame. She has also sing for many Telugu movies which includes Super, Bujjigadu, Saleem, Sree, Political Rowdy, Gunde Jhallumandi, Shirdi Sai etc. 'Aarzoo hai pyar ki' from 'Kaisay Kahein' is her first song in Hindi, released in 2007. She later sung for Salman Khan starrer Marigold and Wanted. She got her first break to Telugu cinema after that. 'ShortKut’, 'Sooper Se Ooper’, 'Singh Saab - The Great' and 'Loveshuda’ are some of her works later.


Published: September 30, 2018

Updated: September 30, 2018


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