Musician, Karsh Kale:
A typical audience at a Karsh Kale concert speaks volumes about diversity. The overpowering sincerity in his music attracts an assortment of people; South Asians, South Americans and Europeans, all swayed by his craft. His work has a similar cross-cultural appeal featuring collaborations with an array of artists. From the domestic music scene, Karsh has worked with guitarist Warren Mendonsa, drummer Jai Row Kavi, singers Benny Dayal, Monali Thakur, Papon and others. And then there is Anoushka Shankar, American guitarist-songwriter John Shannon, bassist Tony Grey and vocalist Priya Darshini, among other musicians.
But after releasing six solo
At the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival:
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Their first job
Piyush Pandey: A tea taster by TM & MC Pvt Ltd.
Siddharth Dhanvant Sanghvi: A Kennel boy.
Sarnath Banerjee: A researcher for a television science program that never took off.
Kunal Nayyar: Acted in TV ads and plays
Radhika Vaz: Telemarketed credit cards to rich people in Bangalore.
Nadeem Aslam: Carried bricks on a building site to finance his first novel.