Nihar Shembekar | Dil Chaahe

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Dil Chaahe

by Nihar Shembekar

Inspired by the beauty that is Andaman... presenting my latest original 'Dil Chaahe''s to another year filled with new experiences!
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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Nihar (born August 28th, 1989) is a Mumbai-based music composer and singer. Nihar was born in a family full of musicians. His grandfather Mr. Jaywant Kulkarni was a renowned playback singer in the Marathi film industry and his parents, both singers, are active in the field of music from the last 30 years. Nihar showed his interest in music at a very early age resulting in him giving his first public performance at the tender age of 4. Starting at such an early age, Nihar developed his liking into a passion, performing extensively nationally and internationally.
At the age of six, Nihar acted in a Hollywood film named ‘The Jungle Boy’. Although music was still his passion, this assignment greatly benefitted him as an individual, with the kind of experience he got there. Nihar has since acted in films like ‘Chimni Pakhra’ (Marathi) and ‘Jajantaram Mamantaram’ (Hindi).
Nihar was also a part of Anandji’s troupe ‘Little Stars’ and has performed extensively with the legend. Being a part of ‘Little Stars’ was a turning point of his singing career as it was here that he actually understood the meaning of a ‘performance’. Nihar has confessed that prior to performing with Anandji uncle, he had never danced on stage.
Nihar got a major break in Hindi film industry when industry veteran Uttam Singhji, gave him the song ‘Ud jaa kale kawa’ from the blockbuster film Gadar- Ek Prem Katha. Surprisingly, after several rehearsals prior to the recording, Nihar recorded the song in one take!
Nihar has also done playback for a Marathi film named ‘Dhangad-dhinga’ by veteran film producer/director Mr. Mahesh Kothare for which he received an Alpha Gaurav Puraskar (now Zee Gaurav Puraskar) as an upcoming child artiste.
Apart from this, Nihar has hosted a singing reality show named ‘Gun Gun Gaani’ on Etv Marathi. He has sung for various ads/jingles like Chocos, Action shoes, Lifebuoy, etc. and for serials like Say Na Something To Anupam Uncle, Fox Kids, etc.
When Nihar was 14, he took a conscious decision to temporarily stop doing shows and concentrate on his studies. He successfully secured above 90% in both S.S.C and H.S.C and now is a graduate in Management from Symbiosis, Pune.
After completing his graduation, Nihar has now decided to do music full-time as a profession. Being away from the music scene for a while made him realize the need to prove himself all over again but also gave a better perspective about things.
One major development in his career was his new found passion for creating music. Being in the field for so long, Nihar felt it was a natural transition for him to start composing. Thus he started composing songs, initially just for fun. But this soon developed into something very concrete and now Nihar is into composing as well as singing. After his graduation, Nihar did a sound engineering course from Mumbai University which greatly helped him develop his skill set to include programming and recording knowledge.
Currently, Nihar is working as a freelance singer and a composer collaborating with various artists to try to create music that ‘lasts’. He also has his own band by the name ‘Nihar Live’ and performs with his troupe extensively.
Nihar considers Greek composer Yanni as his inspiration to go beyond boundaries and mindsets to create new music. He quotes Yanni by saying that the hardest thing for a music piece is to stand the test of time and hopes that his music will…



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