Shibani Kashyap – the Indipop diva


Up close on New This Week

She’s like the girl next door you who you always want to find ways to talk to, she’s the girl with `the guitar’, the Indipop Diva Shibani Kashyap. You don’t have to remember her at all, coz just like us, we’re sure even you haven’t forgotten the classic indipop song `Ho Gayi hai Mohabbat’ ,that is synonymous with the singer.

Shibani came out with her debut album in 1998 which won her the Channel V award and ever since then, she’s always been around, just like our `girl next door’!  Shibani Kashyap’s music has always had style to it, be it her debut album or the popular songs that she has sung in bollywood like `Sajna Aa Bhi Jaa’, `Zinda Hoon Main’ and others. Did you know that Shibani is also the voice behind the signature tune of AIR FM, that was released way back in 1996?

Shibani Kashyap is one of those artists who started the Indi-pop, or as we would like to say `independent music ’ revolution in India. And we’re proud to have this Indi-Pop diva with us in the NEW THIS WEEK lounge. Here’s what Shibani Kashyap has to say about us,   – “It is a great site as it gives artists their individual space and a platform. It is a great revenue opportunity as well, because there is no way people would be able to pirate these songs, as they are not available in the market. This way we can fight piracy and get our rightful revenues”

 Don’t forget to log onto and watch the diva up close and personal as she talks about her journey so far and the future, along with some soulful unplugged performances on New This Week, exclusively on  


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