Tulsi Kumar is a professional singer based out of the finance capital of India, Mumbai. She is the daughter of Late Gulshan Kumar, founder of India's biggest music label, T-Series. Her voice ensures the achievement of her father’s desire to see her emerge as a professional singer. From the age of six, Tulsi started her training in classical music at the Suresh Wadkar Academy. Presently, she is learning under Pandit Vinod Mishra. The austere training helped her hone her vocal skills. She has lent her voice in seven devotional albums, along with many more remixes and cover versions of the same. Annu Malik gave Tulsi her big break with the song, Humko Deewana Kar Gaye. Achievements: GiMA (Global Indian Music Awards) for the Best Music Debut Non-Film Album, Love Ho Jaye (2010) Global Indian Film and TV Honour, 'Upcoming Music Talent' for the Song 'Tum Jo Aaye' (2011) GiMA Awards – MTV Hot Pick, 'Most Requested and Played Song on MTV' – 'Tum Jo Aaye' (2011) Tulsi Kumari Ralhan, known professionally as Tulsi Kumar is an Indian playback singer, born to Gulshan Kumar and Sudesh Kumari Dua. Kumar has two siblings Khushali Kumari Dua and Bhushan Kumar Dua. Her singing career started by her backing tracks in Bollywood movies such as Chup Chup Ke, Humko Deewana Kar Gaye and Aksar. In 2009, her debut album, Love ho Jaaye, was released. Along with the album, Kumar made a music video for the title track. Her song "Mujhe Teri" from the movie Paathshaala and "Tum Jo Aaye" from Once Upon a Time in Mumbai were hits. She has worked with Guru Randhawa Himesh Reshammiya, Pritam, Anu Malik, Amaal Mallik, Mithoon, Jeet Ganguly, Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Meet Bros and Sajid-Wajid among others. She sang the solo song "Mainu Ishq Da Lagya Rog" in 2015, through which her sister, Khushali Kumar made her screen debut. It is a recreated version of the original song from the movie Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin. She sang "Soch Na Sake", "Sanam Re", "Nachange Sari Raat", "Ishq Di Latt", "Salamat", "Dekh Lena", "Wajah Tum Ho", "Dil Ke Pass" and "Dil Mein Chupa Lunga" in 2016.