Amrita Sen is a visual artist, musician and storyteller. She creates storybooks that lead to soundtracks and art exhibits. Amrita’s first story, BollyDoll, was originally created as a series of fine art illustrations that debuted at Miami’s Art Basel in 2011. Amrita evolved BollyDoll into a soundtrack, a live show, and eventually a fashion and accessories line. BollyDoll is distributed in department stores.
Amrita’s second story, Cosmic and Eternal Love, is debuting through Barnes and Noble and Dillards. It is a coloring book and gift collection that is inspired by the story of Radha and Krishna, a timeless Hindu mythology.
You may remember Amrita from the performance of “Jai Ho” at the 2009 Academy Awards, where she performed the winning song from the movie Slumdog Millionaire with music legend AR Rahman.
Amrita has also performed as the lead singer on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and at the Hollywood Bowl, accompanying the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Amrita has released records with Weezer, Timbaland, Pitbull, and Ozomotli, among many other collaborators. She has written and performed multiple movie and film titles with her signature Bollywood vocals, including the title track for NBC sitcom “Outsourced” as well as theme songs for the TV show “Psych” on USA Networks. You can hear Amrita in various commercials and campaigns including Honda, Jaguar and Sprite.
Amrita was recently featured in the song “Don’t Hold the Wall” in Justin Timberlake’s album 20/20 Experience.