|Born||Titlagarh, Odisha, India|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, Music Composer|
Humane Sagar, also transliterated as Human Sagar, is an Odisha film and album singer who performs in the Odia language in the eastern Indian state of Odisha (formerly Orissa). He won the Voice of Odisha 2012 season. He won best playback singer at the Choklate Awards 2017. In 2017 Orissa Diary identified him as one of the leading Ollywood singers. His work includes the Hindi album Mera Yeh Jahan album.
Career[edit | edit source]
As Playback Singer[edit | edit source]
2017[edit | edit source]
|Abhaya||"Tate mu jhuruchi"||Prem Anand||Lopamudra|
|"Rabba Rabba"||Ananya Nanda|
|"Abhaya (title song)"||Solo|
|Tu Mo Hero||"Tu Mo Hero"||Baidyanath Dash||Nirmal Nayak||Asima Panda|
|"Aashiqana"||Bapu Goswami||Ananya Nanda|
|"Ye Ki Prema"||Bijay Malla||Solo|
|Kabula Barabula||"Zalima O Zalima"||Prem Anand||Basantraj Samal||Ananya Nanda|
|Agastya||"Agastya (Title Track)"||Prem Anand||Arun Mantry||Asima Panda|
|"Dhire Dhire Bhala Pai Gali"||Subrata Swain||Ananya Nanda|
|"Rama Rama E Jhia Ta"||Arun Mantry|
|Nijhum Ratira Sathi||"Aalo Lo Lo Lo"||Malay Mishra||Arun Mantry||Ira Mohanty|
|"Jebe Ichha Dekhi Paru"|
|"Kete Bhala Paye Male"|
|Mu Khanti Odia Jhia||"Dil Janiye"||Baidyanath Dash||Bapu Goswami||Tapu Mishra|
|Baby||"Baby Title Song"||Prem Anand||Arun Mantry||Chunmoon|
|"Sun Zara"||Ananya Nanda|
|"Na Re Na"||Solo|
|"Baby Title Song (Sad)"||Solo|
|Dil Diwana Heigala||"Dil Diwana Heigala Title"||A Kumar||Bapu Goswami||Nivedita|
|Tuma Otha Tale||"Tuma Otha Tale"||Biswaswarup Mohapatra||Deepak Ranjan|
|Gote Suaa Gote Sari||"Na Re Na re M"||Prem Anand||Bijay Malla||Solo|
References[edit | edit source]
- Bureau, Odisha Sun Times. "List of winners at Choklate Music Awards-2017 - OdishaSunTimes.com". odishasuntimes.com.
- bureau, Odisha Diary (2 July 2017). "Odisha: Spirit of Sports in Path Utsav; Olly the Mascot Joined as Guest of Honour - OdishaDiary".
- "Making a mark: Talented director and actor on song -". OrissaPost.
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