Playback singer Parth Doshi talks about his singing career
Parth Doshi has exceptional singing skills. He is an Indian professional playback singer majorly working in Bollywood films. He was born in Vadodara, Gujarat and later moved to Mumbai and is currently working there. He hails from the field of engineering and pursued a degree from MS University in Baroda. However, since 2017, he is self-employed. Parth Devang Joshi came in limelight after he appeared in an international reality show called ‘The Voice India’. He was just 19 then and was among the top three in Sunidhi Chauhan’s team.
Moreover, his love for singing has been there since childhood. Parth has been doing live stage shows since he was 6. Till now he has done more than 2000 shows. In the show called ‘Pogo Amazing Kids Awards’ he was in the top 3 and in the show ‘Amul Star Voice Of India Chhote Ustaad’ he was in the top 5. Apart from this, the talented singer was a celebrity guest at the grand finale of Radio City Super Singer. He is very popular among the youth and has performed in many schools and college events. Till now, he has done shows in Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Udaipur and many other cities and his shows were telecast live on ETV Gujarati News. Besides this, Parth has his own YouTube channel where he releases covers of Bollywood songs.
He has been a celebrity judge at various shows like ‘Mirchi Tansen’ hosted by Radio Mirchi and also season 8 of ‘Radio City Super Singer’ Grand Finale. Besides this, he took the judge’s seat when he took auditions of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs’ in South Gujarat. His first single ‘Meri Behna’ was composed by himself which he released in August 2016. Parth released the song on Raksha Bandhan to express his love for his sister Bhumika Khatri.
Parth’s first work as a playback singer was ‘Dhime Dhime Mara Sapnama’ for the movie ‘Passport’ in 2016. Apart from this, he has given his voice for three songs for a Gujarati movie called ‘Kitta Buchcha’. Later in June 2017, the singer released his first cover song ‘Afeemi’ from the film ‘Meri Pyaari Bindu’.