Mohit Chauhan: Without training, he played the magic of voice on the world, know how the boy from Himachal became the 'Sirmaur' of cinema
Famous singer Mohit Chauhan is celebrating his birthday today i.e. on 11 March. Mohit is not dependent on any identity today. With his hard work and dedication, he has earned a lot of names in Bollywood. He was born in 1966 in the Sirmour district of Himachal Pradesh. He did his early studies in delhi and completed the rest of his studies in Himachal. The special thing is that Mohit, who plays the magic of his voice in the songs of the films, has not taken any training in music. He is good at playing guitar and flute.
Mohit, who made everyone crazy with his voice, wanted to become an actor, not a singer. During an interview, he said that he wanted to become an actor and not a singer. He further added that, for which he did theater and was also a part of the National school of Drama (NSD). Thought of going to FTII as well, but due to a lack of acting there, he changed his decision. He further said that if he had taken an acting course at FTII during his time, he would have been an actor today.
Mohit formed a band with his friends during the 90s, which they named Silk Route. His band sang the song Duba-Duba, which people still like a lot, but this band of his stopped in the year 2000. After this, Mohit had to work hard to make his mark. He made his bollywood debut in the year 2005 with the film 'Main Meri Patni Aur Woh', but he got recognition from 'Rang De Basanti'.
After this, he met famous singer AR rahman at an award show. After this, a long wait of five years, he got a chance to sing AR Rahman's song 'Rang De Basanti'. After this song, as if his luck opened up. people liked this song of his. After this, he started ruling the hearts of the people and sang more than one excellent song.
Talking about Mohit's career, he sang hit songs like 'Kunfaya Kun', 'Phir Se Ud Chala', and 'Masakali'. He has been awarded the Best Playback singer Award twice. Not only in Hindi, but also sang songs in Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and many other languages. Talking about Singer's personal life, he married journalist Prarthana Gehlot in the year 2012. Apart from this, Mohit is also an animal lover.