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 fulfilment of her father’s desire to see his daughter emerge to be a singer of repute and regard in her own right.
She has received the GIMA award ( GLOBAL INDIAN MUSIC AWARDS) - Best music debut non film album "Love Ho Jaye“ , GIMA for MTV Hot Pick, Most requested & played song on MTV- "Tum Jo Aaye" (2011), Mirchi Music Awards- Listeners Choice Abum of the year "Aashiqui 2" (2014), Mirchi Music Awards- Best Album of the year "Aashiqui 2" (2014) Global Indian Film & TV Honor- Upcoming Music talent for "Tum jo Aaaye" (2011), which is a testament of her versatility as a Singer. She was honored with the Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award for 'Melodious Voice of the year‘ (2015). Recently won the GIMA this year for best duet of the year Soch Na Sake from Airlift (2016).
To gear up for Playback singing, 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.
She is doning various hats. She has turned a voice over artist for a kids edutainment channel Kids Hut on YouTube which is doing extremely well in USA, UK and India. She also turned entrepreneur when she decided to start T Series Stageworks academy of film music and performing arts along with her husband Hitesh Rahlan. Through this academy which imparts training in the fields of singing, dance, modelling and acting. Tulsi is taking her father Shri. Gulshan Kumars dream of honing talent and making superstars of tomorrow through this.