Swaroop Khan, a name that resonates with the soul-stirring tunes of Rajasthan, is the voice behind the songs ‘Ghoomar’ from ‘Padmaavat’ and ‘Tharki Chorro’ from PK. Swaroop Khan came into the limelight after he made it to the Top 5 in Indian Idol in 2010.
Due to his upbringing in a musical environment, he carried forward the family legacy & started singing at the age of five in a local folk group. This is where he also mastered musical instruments like Khartal & Morchang.
The turning point in Swaroop's career arrived when he was presented with his first playback singing opportunity, the title track ‘Emotional Attyachar’ composed by the renowned Bappi Lahiri in 2010. This marked the inception of his journey into the world of playback singing, captivating audiences with his distinctive voice and emotive renditions.
Salim-Sulaiman, noted music composers, recognized Swaroop Khan's talent and offered him an opportunity to contribute an Alaap to the remix version of the popular song Judas - The Desi Remix by Lady Gaga. This collaboration proved to be a milestone that showcased Swaroop's ability to infuse traditional elements into contemporary music, captivating listeners with his unique fusion.
His mellifluous voice resonated not only within the country but also across international stages, captivating audiences at renowned events like the GIMA Awards, Pulse Wave Awards, and IIJW Fashion Week.
Among his numerous honors are the Dharohar Virasat Award, Sangeet Natak Academy recognition, Humlog Award, and the Big FM Rising Award.
In less than eight years, he has already done numerous shows worldwide & has made a name for himself as an authentic folk singer. His ability to seamlessly blend traditional folk melodies with contemporary music solidifies his legacy as a true musical maverick carrying the rich musical heritage of Rajasthan to the world stage.
Some Popular Tracks
- Diwali Ki Badhaai
- Jai Ho Pehlwaan
- Tharki Chokro
- Diwali Ki Badhaai