Nihira Joshi (conceived 10 December 1986) is an Indian artist. She was a Sa Re Ga Mama Dad Challenge 2005 finalist accomplishing fifth spot with public votes. Joshi is likewise an individual from Ismail Darbar’s “Yalgar Ho” Gharana.
Education and career
Nihira Joshi is an alum from Mithibai School, Mumbai. Her playback singing profession incorporates the melodies “Dhadak”, with Sunidhi Chauhan and Udit Narayan in the film Bunty Aur Babli, “Sabse Alag” from the film Alag, “Raat Kahegi Daastan” from the film 88 Antop Slope “Mera Dil” and “Babuji Dheere” from the film Salaam-e-Ishq: A Recognition for Adoration and “Tan Man” from Marigold. She has likewise sung the title melody of the Ekta Kapoor Zee television sequential “Kasamh Se” and the Radio City signature tune with playback artist Shaan.
Nihira is the main female vocalist in the whole collection of Salaam-e-Ishq: A Recognition for Affection who sings two melodies. “Mera Dil” is a glossed over affection melody sung by Nihira and Shaan. The track was created for Ayesha Takia and Akshaye Khanna in the film. Nihira likewise warbles the re-organized [not remixed] adaptation of the work of art “Babuji Dheere Chalna” [Aar Paar] initially sung by Geeta Dutt.
Nihira was a previous victor on the Ghazal show, Aadab Arz Hai. Nihira’s voice showed up in Hindi motion pictures, including Bunty aur Bublly, Salame Ishq, Marigold, Kabhi Alvida Na kehena and foundation vocal on Alag and 88 Antop Slope. Nihira’s voice in Marathi motion pictures, including Pailteer, Amhi Satpute and Tula shikaveen changla dhada. An impending Marathi project is films Londoncha Navra. On television, she sang the Kasamh Se title melody and foundation vocals for different serials on Zee television.
She performed in musical stage shows in Singapore, India and the United States.