Ana Bekuta, born Nada Polic is a very talented and beautiful pop-folk singer. She gained ma s sive popularity as a professional singer. She has sung in several genres such as pop-folk, folk, folk music in her career. She has recorded various albums, which became the greatest hits of her career.
Early Life and Education
Bekuta was born on September 6, 1959, in Fruska Gora SR Serbia, Yugoslavia. According to her nationality, she is Serbian and belongs to the white ethnicity. She is a daughter of Milica (her mother) and Branko (her father). She is the eldest daughter in the family and has two sisters, Dobrila, and Sweetness.
Her birth sign is Virgo. Her mother, Milice is a cook whereas her father, Branka is a farmer. She had a struggling childhood but her parents provided her decent living conditions despite the scarcity, which they have faced daily.
Born as Nada Polic in Banja near Priboj, she completed her high school education in Priboj. Her name was changed to Ana Bekuta on a proposal of a Serbian composer and music editor, Predrag Vukovic Vukas in 1985. Her name was changed because of her name being so much common in the world of folk music.
Bekuta's true wish was to become a teacher, which was also approved by her mother. However, her father, who played the flute, supported her with the intention of doing music. She recorded her debut album for PGB-RTB titled "You're cheating on me ", which consists of one of her biggest hits named "I was not born to live alone".
Bekuta has recorded 17 albums in her career. The biggest hits of her career include I was born to live alone, I need you, Rano mode, Stop Dawn, Rosary, Good Morning my beautiful and much more. Soon after, she moved to Belgrade, where she had her first solo concert in 2011.
Bekuta is so much concentrated towards her musical career. She has struggled very much for the success of her career. She has recorded several albums in her career. Some of the popular albums include Ana Bekuta (1985), You're needed (1986), Only you (1987), We put growth is alone (1988) and Wait, wait dawn (1989).
Personal Life and Affairs
Bekuta has reached the age of 57 now. She currently resides in Belgrade. She has gained ma s sive popularity from her singing career. Despite her popularity, she has kept her personal life low profiled. Her details about her married life are still under review.
Bekuta has appeared several of times with the Minister of Transport, Miultin Mrkonjic, who is already married for more than a year. Neither, they confirmed about their relationship until now nor deny it.
Bekuta's other great hits include Here my hand to give you (1991), You ask how I live (1993), Rosary (2005) and Manita people (2006).
Bekuta has yet not revealed about her husband and children among the public. She might be enjoying her personal life keeping it much confidential.
by ab-niranjan, 24 Apr, 2017