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Shalmali Kholgade's pink ride (TV snippets)
Mumbai, Sep 11 : Singer Shalmali Kholgade, known for tracks like "Pareshaan" and "Balam pichkari", was surprised when she was asked to drive a pink auto-rickshaw as part of her television show "Angels Of Rock". She says it was a fun ride.

Shalmali Kholgade remembers lessons Anusha Dandekar gave her
Mumbai, Aug 14 : Singer Shalmali Kholgade, known for tracks like "Pareshaan" and "Balam pichkari", caught up with actress-singer Anusha Dandekar on the set of "India's Next Top Model 2". She became nostalgic about how Anusha helped her in her initial days in the industry.

Indian classical music too complicated for easy listening: Shalmali
New Delhi, July 29 : Singer Shalmali Kholgade, best known for songs like "Pareshaan", "Daaru desi" and "Balam pichkari", believes that Indian classical music is too complicated for easy listening and that it requires "specific interest".

Shalmali, Anusha, Akasa rode bullets, composed songs for 'Angels Of ...
Mumbai, July 13 : Singers Shalmail Kholgade, Anusha Mani, Akasa Singh and Jasmine Sandlas rode Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycles, wrote and composed songs for inspiring women, explored India as part of their television show "Angels Of Rock".

Playback music is a backseat job: Shalmali Kholgade
New Delhi, April 18 : Known for crooning hits like "Pareshaan", "Daaru desi" and "Balam pichkari", versatile singer Shalmali Kholgade, who has created waves with her voice in the Hindi film industry, feels playback music is a "backseat job".

I have the potential to become a very good actor: Shalmali
New Delhi, April 2 : Singer Shalmali Kholgade, who began her Bollywood playback singing career with the song "Pareshaan" for the film "Ishaqzaade" in 2012, says she has the potential to become a "good actor" and if given a chance, she would love to essay a "very challenging role".

North Indians dig 'gaadi, ladki' in rap songs: Shalmali Kholgade
New Delhi, April 1 : Known for crooning hits like "Pareshaan", "Daaru desi" and "Balam pichkari", versatile singer Shalmali Kholgade feels the sudden growth in rap songs based on cars, girls and alcohol is because north Indians prefer such tracks.

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