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These 8 Musicians Who Tried Their Luck As Heroes

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Bollywood has been a position of instabilities where one can expect the startling at whatever time in any structure. There have been cases where music chiefs and vocalists have played cameos on screen however playing the male lead is something Bollywood hasn't acknowledged it bigly. Some music chiefs who turned as performers met with moderate achievement when they tried to wear the greasepaint to play the lead. Here we take a gander at some not all that well known music chiefs who likewise acted by playing the fundamental lead, throughout the years. 

 

Himesh Reshammiya 

Himesh started his Bollywood venture by forming for the Salman Khan starrer 'Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya'. He sang and created music for some blockbuster movies like 'Aashiq Banaya Aapne', 'Aksar', '36 China Town', 'Aap Kaa Surroor', 'Namastey London' and 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. He made his screen debut by playing the lead in 'Aap Kaa Surroor' which met with moderate achievement. From that point he likewise included in motion pictures like 'Karzzzz', "Radio" and 'Kajraare', and now recently he worked in movie 'Teraa Surroor' which is touted to be the continuation of 'Aap Kaa Surroor'. 

 

Mika Singh 

More youthful sibling of Daler Mehndi, Mika began his singing vocation by singing for private collections. He steadily got into playback singing and warbled some enormous hits which included – Mauja greetings mauja, Singh is King, Dhinka chika, Subah sharpen na de, Gandi baat, Jumme ki raat, and so forth. He showed up by doing cameos in 'www.Love.com', "Plunder" and 'Babloo Happy Hai'. He played the primary lead alongside Shaan in 'Balwinder Singh… Famous Ho Gaya'. Be that as it may, singing remains his first love. 

 

Shaan 

Shaan who is more prevalent as a playback vocalist started his singing vocation by warbling for collections and jingles before he made huge by loaning his voice for 'Pyaar Mein Kabhi', 'Dil Chahta Hai', 'Asoka', 'Hit We Met', 'Om Shanti Om', 'Taare Zameen Par' and 'Fanaa'. He as of late turned music chief with the film "Amrapali" which is yet to discharge. He played cameos in "Daman" and 'Luv U Soniyo' and the second lead alongside Mika in 'Balwinder Singh… Famous Ho Gaya'. 

 

Yo Honey Singh 

Another rapper who has loaned his voice and formed numbers for movies like 'Bajatey Raho, 'Chennai Express', 'Bhoothnath Returns', "Kick" and 'Singham Returns'. He played one of the leads alongside Himesh Reshammiya in the 2014 tension thriller dramatization 'The Xpose'. 

 

Shekhar Ravjiani 

One of the top music executives of the Vishal-Shekhar musical couple, Shekhar alongside Vishal has conveyed numerous chartbusters in the course of the last one and a half decade or something like that and keeps on doing as such. The twosome have created music for blockbusters like 'Pyaar Mein Kabhi', 'Jhankaar Beats', 'Dus', 'Dostana', 'Ra.One', 'Chennai Express' and 'Cheerful New Year'. Shekhar played the male lead inverse Sonam Kapoor in the as of late discharged "Neerja" before doing a cameo in the film 'Home Delivery'. 

 

Baba Sehgal 

The rapper excessively attempted his fortunes as a lead in the long overlooked film 'Miss 420'in 1998. In spite of the fact that he appeared as the fundamental lead in 'Twofold Gadbad' and 'My Friend Ganesha 3', he went ahead to create music for movies like 'Twofold Gadbad' and 'Bhoot Unkle'. 

 

Sonu Nigam 

Sonu Nigam is a standout amongst the most well known voices in Bollywood who began off as a tyke performing artist and after that swung to playback singing. In the wake of conveying numerous hit numbers he wore the greasepaint to play the lead in movies like 'Jaani Dushman – Ek Anokhi Kahani', 'Kaash Aap Hamare Hote' and 'Love In Nepal'. He later formed music for movies like 'Jal', 'Singh Saab The Great' and 'Sooper Se Ooper', to give some examples. 

 

Kishore Kumar 

The multi-capable Kishore can be viewed as the best performing artist and playback artist of Bollywood. Despite the fact that he was an on-screen character, vocalist, lyricist, author, maker, executive and essayist, he is most associated with his playback singing and funny depictions on screen. He made his appropriate acting cum playback singing presentation in Dev Anand's "Ziddi" in 1948 yet it took him a while before he showed up as a lead in "Andolan" in 1951. He turned music executive with "Jhumroo" in 1961 and consequently created for ten different movies where he played the lead as well.

posted Jul 14, 2016 by Deepa

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