4 Times Ankit Tiwari left us awestruck with his melodious voice
About Ankit Tiwari
Playback singer, music director—Ankit Tiwari has come a long way in the music industry in a span of fewer than five years when it takes years and years for many aspiring singers and musicians to establish a name in the industry.
Well, the young lad certainly has a long list of songs and film scores to his credit, ever since he made his debut in the industry, composing music for the movies Do Dooni Chaar and Saheb, Biwi aur Gangster in the years 2010 and 2011 respectively.
But it was the year 2013 that made him a household name, a sensational singer, as he is known to be today, thanks to Mohit Suri’s Aashiqui 2, where Tiwari lent his voice doing playback singing for Aditya Roy Kapoor in Sunn Raha Hai Na Tu.
Top 4 songs by Ankit Tiwari —
Galliyan from Ek Villain
Feelings, heartache, love—the song has it all. A chartbuster of 2014, Galliyan remained on a loop on everyone’s playlist and Tiwari’s voice succeeded in not just doing justice to the song but also to the rough on tough anti-hero of the movie, Siddharth Malhotra. In fact, the makers owed a vital part of the success of the movie Ek Villain to its breathtakingly beautiful music.
Katra Katra from Alone
Sensuous, dramatic and bold—Tiwari’s voice for Katra Katra along with female playback singer Prakriti Kakar made the song a chart-topper instantly, intensifying the impeccable and sizzling chemistry between the leads Karan Singh Grover and Bipasha Basu.
Sunn Raha Hai Na Tu—Aashiqui 2
A concrete romantic storyline, sizzling chemistry between the leads Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapoor, and the intensely beautiful music and songs—Aashiqui 2 was a story focused primarily on music and every song in the movie has managed to send chills down our spine. Tiwari managed to garner endless accolades and praises for his mesmerizing voice in Sunn Raha Hai Na Tu and oh boy! Do we fall in love with it every time it’s played!
Tu Hai Ki Nahi from Roy
Be it the magnetic lyrics, the beautiful whistles or the hypnotic voice of Ankit Tiwari—the song surely manages to put you in a state of music reverie, one that you certainly won’t want to get out of.