Hailing from Dombivli, this engineering student does a lot more than solve complex equations and mathematical problems. Bursting with talent and energy, he regales people with his beatboxing as well as guitar, harmonica and flute-playing skills. Fluent in many languages, he can sing Hindi, Punjabi and English songs with as much ease as he sings Malyalam and Tamil songs. A jolly mallu himself, he has taken upon his shoulders the mission of bringing South Indian music into mainstream listening, because, he believes that If Mumbaikars can fall madly in love with the very South Indian Appam, Masal Dosa, Mendu Vada and Idli Sambhar, it won’t be long before they find themselves enraptured by thumbing, jumbing South Indian melodies! Yenna Rascala, Mind it!
“Pratyul Joshi, All the best. You have a promising career ahead. As for the initiative, thumbs up. Suggestion: You can conduct street plays on general awareness. Am sure people will watch just like this!”
“I loved d performance of pratyul joshi and rahul bakshi at borivali station on 25th april.”
“This is a best way to educate people or generate awareness for citizens.”
“An initiative that our city needed ! Learned many varieties of genres through this.”
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