She is little princess of her parents, little pretty naughty sister of her big brother and a happy friend and a good student but when she sung the sargam even musical and magical voice king Shaan can’t control himself and turned to say I WANT YOU, multitalented Shekhar was so impressed by her singing that he made her sit on his chair but this lucky charm chooses Neeti Mohan as her mentor for the journey of Voice of India. Presenting little chit chat wit this young and melidious singer winner of 2016 Voice of India “Nishtha Sharma”
Q. How you entered in VOI?
A. After being in Top 20 of Indian Idol junior, I got confidence in myself that I can do much more in field of singing with constant guide of my parents. When got to know about VOI through internet and TV ads given my audition.
Check her blind audition
Q. Who is your inspiration?
A. My both parents are in music and running music institute (Shri Swami Haridas Sangeet Sewa Sansthan) in Sultanpur. I learned music from my both parents and my elder brother is my constant guide and mentor.
Q. Tell something about the journey of VOI.
A Journey of VOI was too good under great coaches we all learned a lot. They all taught us how to be presentable and better performers not only this heard their struggle stories of life which inspired me a lot.
Q. Neeti Mohan is a versatile singer how was your experience being under her guidance?
A. Neeti Ma’am is really sweet person with her we all enjoyed a lot and she has given her full time to coach us and made us very comfortable with the choice of songs.
Q. You are big fan of Asha ji, which song you want to sing in front of her if got chance?
A. I always love to sing her songs. If I get chance will sing same songs which I sung in VOI and everyone liked it a lot, one is Pan khaye saiya hammar and other is Piya bawari .
Q. You want to take up your career in singing, how your school supported you in this musical journey?
A. There was full support of my principal and teachers, they helped me in this journey and my studies not get effected.
Q. How your parents reacted on this winning?
A. People in Sultanpur don’t know much about music and my parents both from musical background always wanted to give full support and guidence with musical knowledge to all students in their institute. They wanted someone to make that name and when I won for them it’s like dream comes true.
Q. You gained popularity in such a small age, any message to kids who want to make career in singing ?
A. I would say music is a good way to connect to God, it not only give entertainment and fun but also a stress buster and make you to feel good. Music is a big Samandar you need to be very dedicated to learn it.
Thanks Nishtha 🙂 for taking out time and sharing your journey with us. Wishing you on behalf of all my readers a very bright & musical future full with smile 🙂
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