NEHA KAKKAR: WE DON'T GET PAID FOR SINGING IN BOLLYWOOD

She has belted out some of the biggest foot-tapping hits including "Garmi", "Aankh marey", "O saki", "Dilbar" and "Kala chashma" among many others, and enjoys as much popularity as any top singer in contemporary Bollywood.



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