Abhay Jodhpurkar

Abhay Jodhpurkar is an Indian singer born in Madhya Pradesh. He debuted as a playback singer with the Kannada film God Father in 2012. He is best known for his song "Moongil Thottam", a duet with Harini for the Tamil film Kadal[2] and "E Sanje Eke Jaruthide" for the Kannada film RangiTaranga. In 2018, he sang "Mere Naam Tu" for Zero, which marks his singing debut in Bollywood.

Abhay Jodhpurkar
Abhay Jodhpurkar - Moongil Thottam Fame.jpg
Background information
Bornsendhwa, Madhya Pradesh[1]
GenresIndian classical music, Filmi
Websitehttp://www.abhayjodhpurkar.in/

Educational backgroundEdit

Abhay Jodhpurkar completed his Bachelors in Biotechnology from SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai in 2013.[3] Schooling at Sendhwa Public School, Sendhwa, Madhya Pradesh.[1]

Singing careerEdit

Abhay has learnt Qawwali for two years and got the opportunity to sing in A.R. Rahman's Sufi albums. Abhay learnt Hindustani classical music for 3 years at Alaap music academy, Chennai from Kuldeep Sagar. His music journey started when he got into A.R. Rahman's school KM Music Conservatory.He started singing in different languages like Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam as well as Hindi.

Playback singing discographyEdit

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film name Song title Music director Co-singers Language
2012 Godfather "Aalapane Mellane" A. R. Rahman Maria Roe Vincent, Blaaze Kannada
"Deepavali" Sonu Kakkar, Apoorva, Swetha Majethiya, Arun Haridas Kamath
"Neene Ee Kanna" Chinmayi
Konjam Koffee Konjam Kaadhal "Uyir Thozi" Phani Kalyan Nivas, Gayathri SG, Shakthisree Gopalan, Phani Kalyan Tamil
2013 Kadal "Moongil Thottam" A. R. Rahman Harini
Patchani Thotta Telugu (Dubbed version)
Endrendrum Punnagai "Othayilae" Harris Jayaraj Bhargavi, Tippu Tamil
Rummy "Adiye Yenna Raagam" D. Imman Poornima
Naveena Saraswathi Sabatham "Kaathirundhai Anbe" Prem Kumar Chinmayi
2014 Pattaya Kelappanum Pandiya "Yean Vizhundhai" Aruldev
Anegan "Aathadi Aathadi" Harris Jayaraj Bhavatharini, Dhanush, Tippu
Thegidi "Vinmeen" Nivas K. Prasanna Saindhavi
Bhadram "Valapai Virise" Telugu (Dubbed version)
Maine Pyar Kiya "Adiginde" Pradeep Kumar Kalyani Nair Telugu
Jeeva "Oruthi Mele" D. Imman Tamil
Oru Oorla Rendu Raja "Odum Rayilai"
2015 RangiTaranga "Ee Sanje Yaake" Anup Bhandari Gokul Abhishek, Monisha Kannada
Prime Time "Tujhya Vina" Niranjan Pedgaonkar Savani Ravindra Marathi
Double Seat "Man Phiruni" Jasraj, Saurabh, Hrishikesh
Kanche "Itu itu itu" Chirantan Bhatt Shreya Ghoshal Telugu
2016 Kalam "Anuvai Philanthai" Prakash Nikki Shweta Mohan Tamil
Aakashvani "Kaalam" Sreeshankar Anna Kathrina Malayalam
A Aa "Yaa Yaa" Mickey J Meyer K. S. Chithra, Anjana Sowmya Telugu
Brahmotsavam "Vacchindi kada Avakasam"
Okka Ammayi Thappa "Yegirenay Yegirenay" Ramya Behara
"kav kav" Haricharan
Iru Mugan Helena Harris Jayaraj Christopher Stanley Tamil
Inkokkadu Chilaka O Chilaka (Helena) Telugu (Dubbed version)
2017 Jomonte Suvisheshangal Nokki Nokki Vidyasagar Merin Gregory Malayalam
Cheliyaa Allei Allei A. R. Rahman Chinmayi Telugu (Dubbed version)
Ivan Yarendru Therikiratha "Aala Paaru Aala" N. R. Raghunanthan Vaishali Jayashankar Tamil
Rajaratha Hele Meghave Anup Bhandari Kannada
2018 Koode "Minnaminni" M.Jayachandran Malayalam
NOTA "Raja Raja Kula" Srimaini Nityashree Mahadevan Telugu
Zero "Mere Naam Tu" Ajay-Atul Hindi
Thimiru Pudichavan "Kannadi" Vijay Antony Padmalatha Tamil
2019 The Fakir of Venice "Wako Naam Fakir" A. R. Rahman A. R. Rahman, Arjun Chandy Hindi
Panipat "Sapna Hai Sach Hai" Ajay-Atul Shreya Ghoshal Hindi
Panther: Hindustan Meri Jaan "Marhaba" Amit-Ishan Nikhita Gandhi , Shovon Ganguly Bengali
2020 Zam Zam "Ellarum Pirinju" Amit Trivedi Malayalam

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "The big break-Abhay Jodhpurkar". The New Indian Express. 17 January 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  2. ^ "A.R. Rahman's new find Abhay Jodhpurkar". Only Film. 13 April 2013. Archived from the original on 6 June 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2013.
  3. ^ "SRM University has its own take on 3 R's". Daily Thanthi. 14 June 2016. Retrieved 5 September 2019.

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