Male Pop Singers in India


Lucky Ali, a singer, composer, and actor, has been an important cultural force in the nation since the 1990s. His repertoire includes six studio albums and 19 soundtracks, including hugely popular songs like Safarnama and O Sanam.

Lucky Ali 

Shaan, an Indian playback singer, live performer, songwriter, actor, and TV personality, is Mukherjee. He is one of the greatest and highest-paid playback singers in Indian cinema, having recorded many songs for films and albums in several Indian languages.


Playback singer and composer Papon is from Assam. He is the lead vocalist and creator of folk-fusion band Papon and The East India Company and has recorded several famous songs like Moh Moh Ke Dhage.


Carnatic musician, producer, and playback vocalist Sidharth Sriram is Indian. He writes R&B in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi, Marathi, and English. He works alongside music directors and his sister Pallavi Sriram, a Bharatanatyam dancer.

Sid Sriram 

Adanan Sami is a singer, musician, songwriter, and renowned pianist. He has been awarded the Padma Shri for his amazing contribution to music; he has developed well appreciated songs like Noor E Khuda from My Name Is Khan (2010).

Adnan Sami 

Raghu Dixit is a singer, producer, and film soundtrack composer. He is also the lead singer for the Raghu Dixit Project, a multilingual folk music ensemble. He composed lovely songs such as The Train Song from Gully Boy (2019).

Raghu Dixit 

Bappi Lehri, a singer, songwriter, and record producer, popularized disco music in the Indian music business. He was well-known in the 1980s and 1990s for his work on film soundtracks such as Disco Dancer (1982) and the classic Tamma Tamma Loge.

Bappi Lehri