Mohit Chauhan


    Mohit Chauhan was born on 11 March 1966 in Nahan Sirmaur district, Himachal Pradesh. He is an Indian playback singer, who is a popular singer in Hindi films. Chauhan has received two Filmfare Awards for Best Playback Singer and three Zee Cine Awards for Best Playback Singer. He has recorded many songs for films and albums in many different languages and is one of the most prominent Indipop singers.

    Mohit Chauhan Early Life

    Mohit Chauhan is survived by his parents a brother and a sister. Chauhan father was in a transferable job, so he studied in various schools in Himachal Pradesh. He has completed his Master of Science degree in Geology from Himachal Pradesh University, Dharamshala. He wanted to become an actor earlier but could not because of Adik Lagao in music. Mohit was influenced by his grandfather, who was a classical singer and also played the harmonium.


    His debut album Boonde was released in 1998. He had a band that included Kem Trivedi, Atul Mittal, and Kenny Puri. His second album was released in 2000. Chauhan’s career began in 2002 when she sang “Pehli Nazar Mein Daari Thi” from the film Road. Chauhan’s most notable songs are “Khoon Chala” from Rang De Basanti and “Tum Se Hi” from Jab We Met. Mohit popular songs “Duba Duba” and “Pehchan” were very popular. And the third album “Fitoor” was released in 2009. This song also became very famous. People gave him a lot of love. He also won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer in 2010 for the song Masakali.

    In 2011, he had another song, “Maya”. In the same year, he was also featured on MTV Unplugged. Mohit gained mainstream attention in 2011 for his contribution to the soundtrack of Rockstar. Among other successful songs recorded by him that year, “Abhi Kuch Din Se” from Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji and “Khwabon Ke Parindey” from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, “Accha Lagta Hai” from Aarakshan were hugely popular. And in 2017, she made her Gujarati language debut with the song “Jaag Re Banda” from the film Last Chance. Her first Himachali songs were “Puche Amma” and “Deva Mere” from the film Saanjh.

    Personal Life

    He married Prarthana Gehlot on 29 June 2012. Mohit Chauhan and his wife Prarthana Gehlot, the then President of India A.P.J. Kalam met Abdul Kalam during a meeting related to his work on poetry. Mohit is currently an active participant in National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), a non-profit public limited company that encourages youth to take up gainful vocational training initiatives.


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