Kailash Kher was born on July 7, 1973, in Uttar Pradesh. Kailash learned music from him as a child. He has sung in 18 languages for Indian films and in more than 300 songs for Bollywood. With the song of reproduction Kailash formed his band called “Kailasa”.
He was inspired by Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and classical musician Pandit Kumar Gandharva. They are always his inspirations. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Singer – Telugu for the film Mirchi. Kailash is also an active artist. Their live performances are always successful. Kailash Kher became famous with a song “Allaah Ke Band” from the movie Waisa Bhi Hota Hai.
His father Mehar Singh and his mother Chandrakanta Devi came from Meerut. Kher’s father, Mr. Mehar Singh Kher, was an amateur musician whose performances of traditional folk songs took place regularly at home.
He started learning Indian music at the age of 12. He has always sung with Kailash about the Indian folk songs that inspired Kailash. Before singing, Kailash tried his luck in the export trading sari of a family friend, but it did not work. Then Kailash moved to Mumbai to try his luck in Bollywood.
He married Mumbai’s Sheetal from Kashmir, a man on February 14, 2009, and they have a three-year-old son, Kabir. Kailash Kher always wanted to return to his kosher roots of Pandit.
Kailash Kher is a famous Sufi Indian and has a typical Bollywood story. At some point, he fought for a residency in Mumbai and lived in Andheri Station, and now he is a sensational singer from India. With the song of reproduction, Kailash had founded his band “Kailasa”.
At the age of 14, Kher left his homeland, seeking a guru or institution to continue his musical education, and began years of studying classical and folk music. He moved to Mumbai in 2001, where he began his foray into the music industry. He had no good shoes to wear and went with cheap shoes in the rain of Mumbai and it sounds “Chap Chap” because of the water intake. Kailash had to fight for a chance in Bollywood.
He had the opportunity to sing a song for the movie Andaaz. In this film, his song “Rabba Ishq Na Hove” has become very popular. His song “Allah Ke Band” from the dark movie Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II became very popular and this song made him a star of popular singing in Bollywood.
In 2004, he sang in Indian language Indian films and over 350 songs for the Hindi film industry in 18 Indian languages and recorded more than 500 commercial jingles on radio and television. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Singer – Telugu for the film Mirchi.
A Rahman says “I remember the first time I heard of him, he asked Mehboob, our lyricist, a new voice that is earthy and strong, and he said: I have the person for you, this voice can only be Kailash! And he sent Kailash to meet me when I heard him, I knew that there was a voice that was so wonderful and had its own unique space … I mean, Kailash Kher’s voice was something he missed many: I had a soul! Allah Ke Band is one of my favorite songs of all time.
In 2004, he performed more than 150 Hindi film scores and sang in more than eighteen languages in several regional films and recorded more than 500 commercial jingles on radio and television. Some of the languages in which he sings include Bengali, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Sindhi. In 2005, the songwriter Kaal sang the song Ankhiyan Teriya Ve with Caralisa Monteiro.
In 2006, he released his first album titled Kailasa, which had hit numbers like Teri Deewani and Tauba Tauba. In the same year, he appeared for the song O ‘Sikander for the film Corporate. Meanwhile, Mangal Mangal has also sung for Mangal Pandey.
Members of his group play Dholak, Tabla, Harmonium, Iranian Sitar, Santoor, Ravanahatta, Rabab, Saz, Qud, Khartal, Mor Chang Mandolin and Sitar. Such songs, in which followers try to convince their divinity, can be seen in their songs like Teri Deewani, Jhoomo Re, and Babam Bam.
As a copywriter, he wrote numbers for films such as Traffic Signal (2007) and Dasvidaniya (2008) and Chandni Chowk for China (2009).
In 2007, Kher participated in a tour of concerts in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean titled The Incredibles. The tour consisted of Indian singers Asha Bhosle, Sonu Nigam and Kunal Ganjawala.
His second album, Jhomo Re, was released in May 2007 and the Saiyyan number was a big hit in India and internationally. His third album titled Chaandan Mein in 2009 was his first international album released by the independent label Cumbancha. His fourth album, Ranked, was released in 2012 by his own company Kailasa Records. He also released another album called Ya Rabba.
The band, Kaliasha, has played in more than 100 cities including Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, New York, San Francisco and Houston. Back in India, he played at Amity University in Noida (2011), Manipal University in Manipal (2012), IITF Allahabad (2012), Nirma University of Science and Technology in 2013, Guru Nanak Khalsa College at Matunga (2013) and the TCS Youth Festival in the city of Indore (2013).
In 2013, Kher collaborated with Shreya Ghoshal on “ReSound Project: Upgrading Your Ears,” compiling and singing the song “Naina Chaar” to promote the use of Sony headphones. In 2014 Kailash Kher sang Joy Joy Ma for the Bengali film Arundhati.