Neha Kakkar Height, Weight, Age, Wiki, Biography, Family & More
Neha Kakkar is a famous singer as well as an actress and Dancer. She was born on 6 June 1988 in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India. Her fans are more interested to know about Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Body Figure, Lifestyle, Hobbis, Feveroute things and More. She Launched her debut album “Neha-The Rock Star” in 2008 with music by Meet brothers. Neha was made her Bollywood debut with the Theme song of the Film “Blue” in 2009. She started singing at the age of only four Year. In 2006 she was seen first time on the tv screen in the popular singing reality show “Indian Idol Season 2” and selected as on top ten Finalist.
Neha Kakkar Sings her songs in two different Language like Hindi and Punjabi. She has sung many super hit songs like “Hai Rama” in movie Meerabai, “Not out” and “Jadu ki jhappi” in movie Ramaiya Vastavaiya, Title Song “Woh Ek Pal “ in TV Serial Na Aaana Is Des Laado. Neha also sang remix song “Bareilly Ke Bazzar Mei” and Party song “sunny sunny” in movie Yaariyan, “Second Hand Jawani” in movie Cocktail. She has also worked with many famous artists like Daler Mehendi, Gippy Grewal, Honey Singh and more. Neha considered one of the most glamorous singers in the Indian music industry.
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Neha Kakkar Age 30 Years Old, Her Height 4 ft 9 in approx. 148 cm and Weight 46 Kg approx. 101 pounds. Her Body Measurements 32-26-32 Inches, Bra Size 32B Waist Size 26 Inches, Hip Size 32 Inches, and Body Shape-Hourglass, Shoe Size 8 (US) and Dress Size 4 (US). Neha Kakkar Hair Color Black and Her Eye Color Brown. Her Star Sign Gemini and her Religion is Hinduism.
Neha Kakkar Father has Rishikesh Kakkar and her mother has Niti Kakkar. She has one brother Tony Kakkar works as a Music Director and sister Sonu Kakkar works as a Singer. Neha did her High Schooling from New Holy Public School, Delhi. At Present Time she has Unmarried.
Neha Kakkar was Dating Actor Himans Kohli but the couple broke up in 2018. Her estimated salary is 1.5 lac per song.