Gita Setia got her initial training in music from her mother, Sushila Kapoor, and gave her first stage performance at the age of six. She has trained in Hindustani classical music for ten years and learnt Rabindra Sangeet for four years under Ila Banerjee. Her first album Dil Hei Nagmanigar was released last year. Her second album Tumhare Pyar ka Mausam is based on Madhup Mohta’s collection of poems Tumhare Liye Bas. She has also been part of several plays at Mandi House, New Delhi, where she worked under the direction of Nadira Babbar, Rajendra Nath, etc. She is associated with ITV New York and has been a host of “Jeet Gaye Geet”.