Tushar is one busker you can't help but notice and that's because his getup is so attractive. He mostly plays 2-3 instruments at a time and those bright red ghungroos strapped to his ankle ensure you cast a second glance his way. He is a Hindi singer-songwriter who enjoy composing his own songs as well. These self-written pieces act as a personal commentary on everyday life situations and are peppered with a hint of sarcasm and a generous dose of humor. He hails from Uttarakhand and remembers being introduced to music for the first time here. Since then, he has always been enthusiastic about music and musical instruments. His quest to explore opportunities in the field of music led him to join the NSPA as an artist. He continues to receive training in music from Mr. Pramod Prabhune from the Gwalior Gharana and is also pursuing music direction. He wishes to forge a path for himself in the film industry and as an independent artist in the future.
“I reached Vashi station tired and worn out from the days work, to see a crowd formed around a man, went to investigate, and I saw a man performing a song which sounded like Sufi music to me. His voice echoed through the granite corridors of the station and the merry strums of his guitar filled the air with melancholy. I stood there hearing his song about finding God in ones own belief, reminded me of Kabir ke Dohe which i had read when i was a kid.”
“NSPA u rock !!”
“Accidently bumped into Nitesh's performance this morning at borivali stn. Great going. Keep it up.”
“An opportunity to listen to good music.. Thanks ”
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