Jammu, Jul 2: Subhadip Singh, inspired by his father, a renowned music composer from the state, Arvind Kumar, finally made his way into Bollywood as music composer Singh, 25, who started composing music in his teens, has not only given music in renowned Bollywood flicks but is an upcoming and prominent face in the film industry.
He became popular in the country with his praiseworthy anthem that he composed for 2017 Cricket World Cup for the Blind.
Inspired from father, Kumar, who has given much famous Dogri songs like ‘Taare Turaan Paiyaan’ and composed music for Dogri blockbuster ‘Geetiyan’, Singh, who is now settled in Mumbai, is working individually for the last five years in the industry.
“I have grown up with music in my family,’’ Singh here told UNI.
He said that his father is his first ‘guru’ and he inherited music from him since childhood.
An alumni of Trinity College of Music, New Delhi, Singh besides giving his best to the Bollywood, is also passionate for promoting Dogri language in the form of music and source of entertainment.
“I have worked recently in Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Mukkabaaz’ and composed three songs for the upcoming movie,’’ he said.
Singh feels that Cinema and medium like theatre, films, play a major role in promoting and keeping culture and traditions alive.
“Dogri cinema is not being promoted the way it should be and this is the reason why the language is not groomed in a big way,’’ said the musician.
Singh is not only composing songs but is also producing music for the films.
“I am presently working on a project of GAIL ‘hawa badlo’—to make people aware on environment,’’ he said and added that apart from this mega assignment, he is also busy with 3 to 4 more projects, which would definitely be a life changer for him.
“I have seen my father’s passion for music and this is why I have music in my blood,’’ he said, adding that he wants to give his best in the field of music and make his hometown known across the world.