Interview With Parthiv Gohil - Get Candid Episode 3

With feet firmly grounded in the Indian classical music ethos – Parthiv Gohil – is a brilliant showcase of versatility. From playback singing to folk and fusion his live acts are energetic displays of his powerhouse talent.

Among the torch bearer of new age Gujarati Music scene, Parthiv shares with us his musical aspirations and the plans to make more content for his digital audience.

In this candid interview, Himanshu Nainani of creativeyatra.com converses at lenght with Parthiv Gohil on the diverse range of Music that he is part of – right from classical to playback to new age youtube friendly music.

Also listen to Parthiv Gohil Sing ‘Yun Shabnami’ – his HIT song from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Hindi Film Saawariya.

Watch the video till the end.

Get Candid is a segment where we engage in informal conversations with creators of different fields and try and learn from them about their craft, their motivations and dreams as a creator.

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