I’ve been around for over 3 decades. I’ve voiced films, programs and presentations for hundreds of clients including Nokia, Vodafone, Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Cybage, Singapore Airlines, HSBC, the Ministry of Defence - Government of India and the Tata group.
‘Samvedana’, a film, which I had voiced in 1993, won honours at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Another documentary depicting the life of the social activist Anna Hazare had been nominated for the Tokyo International Film Festival, 2006.
‘Radhanagari - Land of the Gaur’ is an award winning documentary film that was produced in 2015 and screened during the Pune International Film Festival.
In 2017, a documentary film titled ‘Challenge of Lhotse Everest’ voiced by me won two awards at the 6th Bangalore International Short Film Festival in the 'Best Documentary Film' and 'Best Cinematography' categories.
It all began in high school, when a classmate pointed out that my voice sounded good on a microphone. Since then, at last count, I’ve voiced over 4000 projects, some of which, involved over 300 hours of narration each. Besides English, I’ve taken a shot at Hindi and German and you can listen to the demos by clicking the voice samples link.
Being a lifelong student of the craft of voicing, I’ve come to appreciate the importance of breath control in this field. I’ve been trying to practice the ancient art of breathing - ‘pranayama’ as well as ‘Bramhavidya’ more recently.”