Born: 19 June 1992
- He is an Indian singer-songwriter.
- He is best known for his award-winning ghazals, and international singles in classical, pop, and world music genres.
- His notable performances include sharing stage space with Hariharan and opening for Ghulam Ali.
- His tribute to 6 ghazals originally rendered by Mehdi Hassan, Jagjit Singh, Hariharan, Ghulam Ali, and Pankaj Udhas won him the Singer of the Year Silver Award from Swar Systems, Switzerland.
- His first international single, Gham-e-Duniya, written by the Mughal poet Mirza Ghalib, featuring a Miss Diva finalist, earned a 5-star rating on Apple iTunes and went viral on YouTube.
- In 2014, he featured Grammy-nominated pianist Jonathan Wesley and flautist Parth Chandiramani for Tu Hi Dilruba, landing a consideration in the 57th Grammy Awards ballot, and a Silver Award in the Southeast Asian VIMA Music Awards.
- His music also served as the main theme song in Saad Khan’s film Loneliness, based on an account of the prevalent national social distancing during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
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June 19, 2020