From Tanvi Shah and Sonu Nigam to Gulzar, there are a number of Indians who have bagged Grammys for their extraordinary contributions to the industry. And, here’s a singer who has put another feather in our cap.


Indian-American singer Falguni Shah, who has even performed and collaborated with AR Rahman in the past, bagged the Best Children’s Music Album Grammy for A Colourful World on April 3rd.

Sharing her big win, the singer, who uses the stage name Falu, took to her social media handle and wrote:

I have no words to describe today’s magic. What an honour to perform for the opening number of the GRAMMY Premier Ceremony.

In 2007, the New York-based singer-songwriter released a self-titled solo album, which had several elements of folk music from south-east Asia and western music.

Interestingly, she is the only Indian-origin woman who has been nominated in the Best Children’s Music Album category at the Grammys twice.

And, this is what people had to say:


You can check Falguni Shah’s entire post here:

Who run the world? GIRLS!

Note: All images are taken from her official Instagram handle.