Abhay Jodhpurkar is an Indian singer. He was born in a poor family of Madhya Pradesh. He sang “Moongil Thottam” song in the Tamil film “Kadal“, which was composed by A. R. Rahman. In the year 2018, he sang “Mere Naam Tu” in the Bollywood movie “Zero“, So, let us know some interesting facts about Abhay Jodhpurkar today.
Abhay Jodhpurkar was born on 31 July 1991 in Sendhwa, Madhya Pradesh. Abhay began singing at various competitions at the age of 5, and he won many national level competitions. When he was in class 10, he heard the Bollywood movie “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna”‘s song “Mitwa”, Abhay was so impressed with this song that whenever he participated in some competitions, then Mitwa used to sing the song. When he was 21, he sang the song “Moongil Thotam” for Mani Ratnam’s Tamil film “Kadal”, this song was directed by A.R. Rahman. After this, he gave voice in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi and Malayalam films and received many prestigious awards.
Abhay Jodhpurkar is a 5 Feet 7 Inches Tall (170 in Centimeter) and his approx weight is 65 kg . He has a black color hair and eyes.
Family & Girlfriend
His father’s name is Manoj Jodhpurkar, who is an engineer by profession. And his mother’s name is Amita Jodhpurkar. He belongs to a Marathi music family. Because his grandfather was a Hindustani classical singer.
According to the year 2019, he is Unmarried.
Abhay Jodhpurkar wanted to make an engineer like his father, and so he took admission in SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Chennai and completed his B.Tech studies. During the B.Tech studies, he realized that he did not become such kind of profession. That’s why he took admission in A.R. Rahman’s KM College of Music and Technology, Chennai and started learning music.
In the year 2012, he sang “Aalapane Mellane” “Deepavali” “Neene Ee Kanna” for Kannada Film Godfather, all these songs were directed by A. R. Rahman. In the same year, he sang “Konjam Koffee Konjam Kaadhal” for Tamil Film “Uyir Thozi” Although these songs did not become so popular
Abhay Jodhpurkar considers A. R. Rahman as his God. There is also a reason behind this when Abhay Jodhpurkar used to be a part of a Qawwali group when he was learning music at KM Music Conservatory. At that time, A.R. Rahman was looking for a new voice with the Telugu Film “Kadal”. A. R. Rahman heard Abhay Jodhpurkar singing, and he was so influenced by Abhay’s voice that he was in Abhay in the film “Kadal” Offered to sing “Moongil Thottam”, This song became quite popular.
After this, Abhay sang in various languages such as “Tujhya Vina” for the Marathi Film “Prime Time” in 2015, in the year 2016, the song “Kaalam” for the Malayalam film “Aakashvani”.
In the year 2018, he sang “Mere Naam Tu” in the Bollywood movie ‘Zero’, so far this year, more than 42 million people liked the song.
- In 2013, Abhay Jodhpurkar was awarded the Best Playback Singer’s BIG Melody Award for the film “Kadal”.
- In the year 2017, he was conferred the Star Icon Award for the song “Pachai Udutia Kadu” for the film “Vanamagan” (2017).
Abhay Jodhpurkar Signature
- They love Sweet Pongal and Mini Idly food.
- He likes Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol.
- His favorite song is “Mitwa” by the Bollywood movie “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna”.
- He considers Shafqat Amanat Ali and Mohammed Rafi as their guru.
- His favorite Bollywood film is “Rockstar” and the Hollywood movie is “Titanic”.
- His favorite cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.
- His favorite Cricket team “SunRisers Hyderabad”.
- His favorite Author Chetan Bhagat and Dan Brown.
- They love walking around Europe.
- If you talk about bikes, they like to drive their Yamaha FZ.
- His Favourite Football team Manchester United FC.
- They love traveling, swimming, reading, dancing.
- His Favourite Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.
Some Facts about Abhay Jodhpurkar
- They are called Abbu at home.
- He likes to drink alcohol.
- Abhay Jodhpurkar considers A. R. Rahman as his god.
- He runs a band called ‘Sanskruti’ in Chennai. In this band, he sings many songs like EDM, Dance-Rock, and Electro-pop.
- He has sung mostly Malayalam songs.
- His grandfather was a Hindustani classical singer.
- Abhay Jodhpurkar took more than 5 hours to record the Malayalam film Jomonte Suvisheshangal’s song Nokki Nokki.