A Nepali origin popular in Indian and Nepali Movies
Udit Narayan is the reigning king among male playback singers. His capability as a playback singer knows no bounds, as he not only sings in thirty languages but has also been acclaimed for every kind of melody – soulful, romantic, fast-paced and recently, even pop. He is known for his versatile tone, which appears to flawlessly suit every Indian hero on screen today. With three National awards and scores of other awards to his credit, Udit Narayan possesses one of the largest arrays of hit songs in the industry.
Udit Narayan began his career in Nepal singing for Kathmandu Radio Station where he used to sing Maithili and Nepali folk songs. After years of struggle and unnoticed recordings came the musical success of �Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak� in 1988 making Udit an overnight star. Fans marvel at his versatility, but his trademark remains his “golden smile,” where one seems to actually �hear� the smile on his lips through his songs.
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