Sourabhee Debbarma


Indian singer

Sourabhee Debbarma (born 1985 in Agartala, Tripura, India) is an Indian singer who was a contestant on the fourth series of Indian Idol, where she became the first female Indian Idol winner.Belonged to a non-musical background, Sourabhee Debbarma became the first female Indian Idol winner in the Indian Idol series – 4 in 2009. She had also released a music album – 'Meherbaan.'Apart from her own state, she had performed in stage shows in other parts of the country and abroad too.She made a record in Guinness World Records by singing for 4: 30 minutes while suspended upside down by breaking the existing record of New Zealand singer Rebecca Wright who sang upside down for 3 minutes and 53 seconds She is also a Guinness World record holder. She is a singer, performer and entertainer who performed live concerts and has performed across India and abroad in countries like Hong Kong, Nigeria, Durban, New York City, London, Kuwait, Bangladesh and Nepal