Pithoragarh: While Bollywood performance is frequently discussed, the work that goes on behind the scenes is equally important. Similar to cricket, the hero and heroine in films are the same, but collaboration is the key to success. The son of Uttarakhand has brought honor to the state by singing in a Bollywood movie.
An inhabitant of Daula village near the Pithoragarh district office, Mayank Kapri Singer, was given the chance to sing in the Bollywood film “Heropanti-2” under the guidance of music director AR Rahman. Along with the American rapper “Thoughts for Now,” Mayank performed the song “Mauka Parast.” Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria play the key roles in the Sajid Nadiadwala Productions-made movie.
Mayank has previously worked on projects relating to Bollywood. He is making a name for himself in the music industry and motivating the residents of the mountains to advance. Leaving the highlands to travel to Mumbai, look for a job, and then establish one’s identity is not at all simple. Children from Uttarakhand have made their mark in the film industry for some time, and the state is proud of them.
Mayank’s mother Indira Kapri works as a teacher in a public school, and his father Jagdish Kapri owns a clothing store in Subhash Chowk. Music fans and those connected to the district’s acting community have expressed their satisfaction at Mayank’s beginning of a career and his accomplishments. In addition to modeling and acting, young people are increasingly becoming well-known in the music industry.