Draft:Prateek Gandhi

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    Prateek Gandhi
    Prateek Gandhi 4.jpg
    Background information
    Born (1991-01-06) 6 January 1991 (age 32)
    Banswara, Rajasthan, India
    Years active2009–present

    Prateek Gandhi (born 6 January 1991) is an Indian singer and independent artist based in Mumbai. Hee has composed & produced music for films, albums and singles such as Main Royiyaan, Mashhoor Banegi, Ankahi Baatein, Saans Re Dhaage, Kalma, Bade Kamine Ho, Pacharangi Lehariyo, World Cup anthem 2019 – Tum Khelo Dum Se.[1][2][3] He is an exclusive artist for Wynk Music, a music streaming service in India.[4][5] Owner and Founder of AUM Studios – God Note Private Limited, Gandhi is currently working on his independent music.[6][7]

    Early life and career[edit]

    After completing his schooling and higher education from Prestige Institute of Management And Research, Indore, Gandhi has started his professional career as a musician in Indore in 2009.[8]

    It was during the later part of those formative years, made up his mind about becoming a music composer because he felt that would give him the maximum release of expression towards his art. Gandhi opted for finding a bigger canvas and he decided to shift base to Mumbai.[9]


    Music videos
    Year Title Singer(s) Note
    2022 Raat Jaage Prateek Gandhi ft. Being Shadab Khan, Shalini Suryavanshi Khan, Eira Ali Khan
    Ishq Ho Jayega Prateek Gandhi Sai Ketan Rao & Shivangi Khedkar
    Ishq Da Rang Prateek Gandhi ft. Tarun Raj Nihalani & Shivani Patel Nihalani
    Main Roiyaan Prateek Gandhi ft. Isha Gupta
    Mashhoor Banegi Prateek Gandhi ft. Sai Ketan Rao & Shivangi Khedkar
    2021 Pacharangi Lehariyo Suvarna Tiwari & Prateek Gandhi ft. Tridha Choudhury
    Ankahi Baatein Prateek Gandhi ft. Namish Taneja & Stefy Patel
    Official India-Pak Rivalry Anthem Prateek Gandhi ft. Indian Cricket Team
    Do Hisse (Unplugged) Prateek Gandhi & Alfeeya Donna ft. Prateek Gandhi & Alfeeya Donna
    Saans Re Dhaage Prateek Gandhi ft. Sonesh Arya & Garima Chouhan
    Kalma Prateek Gandhi ft. Kanika Mann and Shoaibe Dhebar
    2020 Neend Nahi Aave Prateek Gandhi ft. Prateek Gandhi
    Piya Ko Milan Prateek Gandhi
    2019 Raanjhan Ve Purva Mantri ft. Purva Mantri, Sameeksha Sud & Bhavin Bhanushali
    Other singles
    Year Title Lyricist(s) Singer(s)
    2022 Ishq Ka Aasma Anil Jeengar Prateek Gandhi
    Sulajh Jane Do Prateek Gandhi & Rajat Shukla
    Tu Meri Duniya Lovekush Chaudhary
    Chahta Di Chhawan Lovekush Chaudhary
    Dard Yeh Thode Hain Ragini Mahajan
    Rabba Ve Deepak Adhikari
    2021 Tum Aao Na Ritika Chawla
    Mauka: More than a Game EPR
    Mumbai Machaand Malik Sahab Hindustani Bhau
    2020 Bade Kamine Ho Aniket Shukla Purva Mantri ft. Prateek Gandhi
    2019 Tum Khelo Dum Se Aniket Shukla Prateek Gandhi


    1. ^ "Prateek Gandhi recalls Bappi Da's music: Once you listen to his work you can't stop tapping your feet to it". The Times of India. 16 February 2022. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    2. ^ "Madhav and Prateek join hands for Tamil single 'Ennodu Vaa'". The Hindu. 30 March 2021. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    3. ^ "Hear Singer Madhav Krishna and Composer Prateek Gandhi's Reminisce on 'Ennodu Vaa'". Rolling Stone. 12 April 2021. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    4. ^ "Check Out Popular Hindi Official Music Audio Lyrical Song- 'Ankahi Baatein' Sung By Prateek Gandhi". The Times of India. 18 January 2022. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    5. ^ "Indie-music composer and singer Prateek Gandhi shows lost love during lockdown with 'Tum Aao Na'". The Times of India. 27 April 2021. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    6. ^ "Pop Artist Prateek Gandhi Looks Back at Lost Love on New Song 'Main Roiyaan'". Rolling Stone. 22 April 2022. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    7. ^ "Prateek Gandhi's romantic Ballad, Do Hisse, is dedicated to broken hearts". Indulge Express. 9 February 2021. Retrieved 28 April 2022.
    8. ^ "World Music Day special: Shilpa Rao and Prateek Gandhi talk about their musical journeys". Indulge Express. 16 June 2022. Retrieved 3 August 2022.
    9. ^ "Singer , Composer Prateek Gandhi's Career Is A Masterclass On How To Succeed As An Indie Artist". Brighter Kashmir. 22 March 2021. Retrieved 3 August 2022.

    External links[edit]

    Category:Living people Category:1991 births Category:Indian male pop singers Category:Indian male singer-songwriters Category:Indian singer-songwriters Category:Indian male composers