A name synonymous with Sufi music in this country, Kavita Seth’s soulful voice is a pure blend of divinity and love. From her debut Maula in the film Vaada to Mujhe Matt Roko in Gangster to Mora Piya Mose Bolat Nahi in Raajneeti to Bangur Jaisi Duniya in I AM to her claim to fame, Iktara in Wake Up Sid, Tum Hi Ho Bandhu in Cocktail, each song she lends her voice to promises to stay with people forever. Her recent Bollywood chart-toppers include Nuskha Tarana from Gone Kesh, Khalipan Shor Kare from Paharganj, Jeete Hain Chal from Neerja, Prem Mein Tohre from Begum Jaan, and Maa from Maatr.
Besides her successful oeuvre in Bollywood, she has also rendered her voice to Lagan Laagi Re and Khari Khari, songs from the Hollywood venture Trishna. In fact, her vocals in the Rajasthani folk-based Khari Khari mesmerised one and all through the popular music based TV show, Coke Studio. Her first International single ‘Mahi’ with Lost Stories was a chart topper on Apple Music and the likes.
A post graduate in Hindustani Classical music, Kavita shares pristine sufi renditions through her numerous music albums — Ek Din (Universal Music), OM (Sa Re Ga Ma), Sufiaana (Times Music), Kabirana Sufiana (EMI), Bulleshah (EMI), Jaam-e-Sufi (Hungama- digital), Khuda Wohi Hai (Times Music), Trance with Khusrow (Sony Music).
Having carved a niche for herself in the industry, the singer has bagged several awards. The prestigious Filmfare, IIFA, Stardust, Screen, three awards by GIMA (Global Indian Music Academy), Radio Mirchi, GR8 Woman Achiever Award in Music and many more have appreciated her exceptional talent.