GIRISH VISHWA

Music is your participation, your thoughts, your knowledge. assuming that you don't live it, it won't become out of your beak. - Charlie Parker
Ethnic music sounds old fashion? Well, read about Girish Vishwa to change your perception, an amazing Dholak player. He was born in 1964, Indore, Madhya Pradesh. He completed his graduation from a Christian college, Indore. Girish started his music career at the age of 14 by playing music with "Jhankaar and Chatterjee bros".
In 1985 Girish Vishwa moved to Mumbai to reach milestones of his dreams. He collaborated with 7 colors orchestra which made him very popular in no time. He started recording music with well-known directors such as Ram Laxman He has worked for so many famous movies like "Aag ki Such", "Maine Pyar Kiya" and "Beta" etc. He's one of the well famous and biggest achievements was working for the song "Dhak Dhak Karne Laga" from movie "Beta". A musician with passion has no boundaries and the same is proven by Girish.
He has been a part of the Bollywood movies 'Hum Dill De Chuke Sanam' and 'Devdas' while working with a very famous Indian Bollywood film score composer, instrumentalist, violinist and music director, a popular name in Indian Film Industry: Ismail Darbari. It won't be wrong to say about Girish Vishwa always had an exclusive impact on his performance. And that's still not all. From achieving one of the biggest stepping stones by working with R.D Burman to making the original version of Balam Pichkari a memorable one, he has been a gem to the Bollywood Industry.
He had this mesmerizing talent and passion for music that He has been a support for a whole bunch of renowned music directors for his unmatchable skill of playing Dholak. He has also worked with the music team of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa since its very first show. He shares a great bond with the production team of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa due to the talent and passion he has for work. He is reaching new heights by being a part of the world tours of legends like Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor and much more to come.
It won't be unfair to say that he follows a different path of music and brings a lot of originality to his performances. He has set some serious goals for the younger generations hesitating to take up ethnic music as a career option by his unbeatable techniques of playing Dholak. Being a Famous Dholak Player in India , he is working below the curtains and adding perfection to other's work as well.

Author's Bio: 

My self Anu Bhardwaj. I love to share the stories of Indian talented personalities.