Shivani Bhatia was a popular Indian singer and stage performer. She is best known for singing remix songs like “Dil Ko Tumse Pyar Hua,” “Shagan” and “Neele Neele Ambar Par.”
Shivani Bhatia was born on 14 July 1994 (age 24; at the time of death) in Sitamarhi, Bihar, India. She was fondly called “Ilu” by her close family members and friends. She was always fascinated by music and gave her first stage performance at the age of 4. She did his schooling from Nikhil Shyama DAV Public School in Sitamarhi, Bihar. Her musical breakthrough came in 2016 when she became the runner-up in a Bhojpuri singing competition. After receiving an initial good response from her stage shows, she decided to become a professional singer.
She lent her voice to various remix numbers like Dil Ko Tumse Pyar Hua, Shagan and Neele Neele Ambar Par.
She was born into a lower-middle-class family. She got married to a musician, Nikhil Bhatia, and the couple was blessed with a daughter named Doren Bhatia.
On 28 January 2019, at around 5:45 am, near milestone 88 of Surir police jurisdiction, Mathura district, while she was travelling to Agra with her husband Nikhil Bhatia, he lost control on their i-20 car and rammed into a divider. After it, both were rushed to Niyati hospital in Mathura, and on 29 January, at around 4:30 am, Shivani succumbed to her injuries, whereas, Nikhil received injuries.