Keep your profile low, advises vocalist Esha Gaur
Describe your background for us. What inspired you to start singing?
I'm descended from a medical family. My grandpa, father, and brother are all physicians. When I was four years old, my singing-inclined mother saw the singer in me.
What are some of the well-known TV productions you've worked on?
For a variety of stations, including Ek Aastha Aisi Bhi (Star Plus), Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega (Zee TV), Vidya (Colours), Gupta Brothers (Star Bharat), and Shubh Shagun, I have sang the titles of TV series (Dangal TV). I've performed for the background music in Lakeerien, Rangrezz, Namah, and other films in addition to the theme songs.
Do you have any professional experience?
Yes, I have a master's degree in music from Varanasi and received both my undergraduate and graduate degrees from SNDT College in Mumbai.
How did you get your first singing gig?
After I gave a performance in 1994 and won first place, I got my first break. Kalyanji-Anandji then phoned me. A few years ago, my song Lakeerein from the television program Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega also gained popularity.
You'll also make your singing debut in Bollywood. Inform us about it.
My two tracks are used in the forthcoming movie 1920.
Which musician is your favorite?
I like Asha Bhosle as a performer. I like her versatility the most. Aao Huzur Tumko is her song that I love the most.
Why do you like to maintain a low profile?
Everyone should, in my opinion, maintain a low profile since it's the finest gift you could offer yourself. If you maintain a low profile, life is easy.
What would you have become if you weren't a singer, and why?
As I like designing my home, I am an interior designer.
What recent changes in the music business have you noticed?
In recent years, music has seen significant shift. It's now more entertaining. The music business is experimenting and producing quality work.
What are your current professional goals?
to expand one's job in Bollywood.