Tanishq Bagchi

Tanishq Bagchi

Tanishq Bagchi was born on 23 November 1980 in Kolkata, India to a middle-class Hindu Bengali family. He did his Bachelor of Science from City College, Kolkata. His father's name is Nand Kumar Das, a musician and his mother's name is Sharmishtha Das. He has a sister. Early life Tanishq Bagchi was born in Kolkata city in the state of West Bengal. His father's name is Nandkumar Bagchi and mother's name is Sharmistha Das. Tanishq received his early education from Frank Anthony Public School and Scottish Church College, Kolkata.

Career journey

Tanishq learned music from his parents and performed his first stage show at the age of eight. His actual music career started from his college days and he performed in most colleges in Calcutta. After winning awards at several Fest and Fresher events, he also started doing shows outside his college. After this, he started doing his music-arrangement with his father. A few years later, he moved to Mumbai to try his luck in Bollywood. Tanishq Bagchi started his career with the song Banno from the film Tanu Weds Manu Return, after which Tanishq composed Badrinath's Dulhania song Tamma-Tamma, for which he also received the IIFA Award. He recently won the Zee Cinema Award for Song of the Year for his song Barish. The songs composed by Tanishq have been very appealing to the youth, including "Tu Cheese Badi" (remake), "Badri ki Dulhaniya", "The Hama Song" (remake), "Barish", "Mere Rashke Qamar" (remake) And includes "Tamma Tamma Again" (remake).

Physical Appearance

Height: 5′ 7″ Eye Colour: Black Hair Colour: Black
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