She is pretty, vivacious and her smooth voice mesmerizes millions. For singer Tulsi Kumar, music is more than a passion. She belongs to the family who own India's Biggest Music Company, T-Series, and hence, music runs in her veins. Her voice also ensures the fulfillment of her father’s desire to see his daughter emerge to be a singer of repute and regard in her own right.
Tulsi’s father, music mogul Gulshan Kumar had always wanted his children to be passionate about music. While her brother Bhushan Kumar went on to take the reins of T-Series, Tulsi Kumar took the artistic route and pursued her passion with dedication and devotion to emerge as one of India’s best voices under the guidance of her mother, Sudesh Kumari.
From the tender age of six, Tulsi got trained in classical singing at the Suresh Wadkar Academy. From the last four years, she has been training with Pandit Vinod Mishra. This training has honed her skills and she went on to lend her voice to innumerable actors.
To gear up for that, the talented singer first lent her voice to as many as seven devotional albums, remix numbers and cover versions in order to explore the whole gamut of songs before getting into mainstream playback singing.
Only in her early twenties, Tulsi Kumar, already has innumerable stage performances to her credit. Music directors also feel that Tulsi will soon follow the lines of Sunidhi Chauhan and Sreya Ghoshal. Annu Malik, who gave Tulsi her break in HumKo Deewana Kar Gaye, says "Tulsi has music in her veins. But she has never been vain and has always been careful so as to get work on merit and make her brother Bhushan proud. She works hard on every song and does riyaz everyday. And this reflects in her voice and her songs." Himesh Reshammiya and Pritam acknowledge that Tulsi's voice is "fresh and vibrant," and that’s what makes her really different.