Madhushree is an Indian artist, who sings in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada movies. A well known voice in A. R. Rahman's creations, Madhushree hails from a musically slanted family, having already been prepared in established and western styles
music. Her dad needed her to be a traditional vocalist, Madhushree joined the Rabindra Bharati University and finished her lords, yet her longing was dependably to be a playback artist. Tamil actress
Madhushree was conceived as Sujata Bhattacharya in a Bengali family in Kolkata to Amarendranath and Parbati Bhattacharya, who were her underlying teachers.She was taught traditional music by Sangeetacharya Pt. Amiya Ranjan Bandyopadhyay,
a prominent type of the Bishnupur Gharana and exceeded expectations in Thumri and Khayal.Later she began working for the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, through which she was deputed to show established music in Surinam.On Javed Akhtar's proposal, she
then made her playback singing presentation through Rajesh Roshan's Moksha. She has then gone ahead to sing melodies in movies like Yuva, Aayitha Ezhuthu, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Ham Hain Ispal Yahan and Kuch Naa Kaho, Tu Bin Bataye, In Lamhon Ke Daaman Me.
She sang 3 melodies in A.R.Rahman's Tehzeeb, for which she has been credited as Sujata Bhattacharya. They are considered by faultfinders, to be among the best tunes sung by her. Be that as it may, the melody she is known for most is "Kabhi
Neem" from Yuva (2004). She additionally sung a melody 'In Lamhon Ke Daaman Mein' from the film Jodhaa Akbar, music coordinated by A. R. Rahman. She won the twentieth Edition of Lions Gold Award for All Time Film Versatile Playback Singer and the function
was held at Bhaidas Hall in Mumbai