Shweta Subram is a Canadian playback singer, known for singing in the song ‘Jalebi Baby’. She is the recipient of multiple awards including the North American Best Singer award and Best Singer Award from Shankar Mahadevan Academy’s talent hunt. She was an active participant in the International Indian Film Academy Awards (2011), performing with Bollywood music composer/director duo Salim–Sulaiman for IIFA Rocks in Toronto. Shweta Subram can sings in Hindi, as well as Punjabi, Sindhi, Tamil, English and other languages.
Shweta Subram was born in Mangalore, India but her family relocated to Dubai, UAE when she was two months old and moved to Canada.
She graduated from Merivale High School and obtained a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from Carleton University.
Though singing started off as a hobby for Shweta, her talent was constantly appreciated through multiple awards and accolades in Dubai and Canada.
Her biggest break came after winning the North American Best Singer award from Sangam Kala Group.
After that she did tour across India with the band and was chosen by Zoom (TV channel) to join the Sunsilk Gang of Girls.
In 2013, she was chosen by The Piano Guys, an American musical group, to render an Indian adaptation of Swedish House Mafia’s Don’t You Worry Child.
Shweta’s debut in Bollywood with the movie ”Hawaizaada” starring Ayushmann Khurrana, and Pallavi Sharda. She sang the title song, Dil-e-Nadaan, alongside Ayushmann Khurrana.
In 2015, she was invited to sing national anthems of Canada and India during Modi’s Canada tour.
Her debut in Tamil cinema came through the song “Mella Mella” for the film Maayavan (2017).
Shweta also sang three songs for Mostly Sunny, a biography of Sunny Leone by director Dilip Mehta.
In 2020, Shweta sang the hook Jalebi Baby for Tesher’s original with the same name.